Monaco Grand Prix F1 car

MONACO GRAND PRIX
Monaco
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In May, it's time for the Monaco Grand Prix, the Principality's must-see event!
While you wait for the 2024 program, check out the 2023 program!


From May 25 to 28, 2023, attend the Monaco F1 Grand Prix!

During the Grand Prix, the whole of Monaco changes! 
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most prestigious and iconic races in the Formula 1 world championship.
Here's some information about this legendary event:

Monaco Circuit


The Monaco Grand Prix is considered one of the most demanding circuits of the F1 season.
It's one of Formula 1's most famous and iconic circuits.
The Monaco Grand Prix is an event not to be missed during the F1 season.

With over 78 laps, this race is set on Monaco's winding urban roads.
With a total distance of 260 km, the Monaco circuit is packed with points of interest such as the Rascasse and Fairmont bends.

Qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix is just as important to follow.
With overtaking almost impossible and a high number of retirements, it's a real spectacle to watch.

Attend the Monaco Grand Prix

Monaco Grand Prix F1 car

F1 - Automobile Club de Monaco

There are several ways to attend the Monaco Grand Prix:

  • You can take a seat in the grandstands along the circuit.
  • If you're on a budget, you can watch the Monaco Grand Prix from the private terraces around the circuit.
Our tips

It's very difficult to get seats, so we advise you to book well in advance. Find your grandstand seats by clicking here!

It is still possible to access the Monaco Grand Prix village.
Located on the Place d'Armes, it is free and accessible to all.

You'll find stalls selling all kinds of goodies and food.
Throughout the day, enjoy entertainment on the main stage.

You even have the chance to win tickets for private parties that evening!

F1 and the Monaco Automobile Museum

Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1 Collection

The Automobile Collection of H.S.H. The Prince of Monaco

Close to the racetrack and right on the harbour, you can visit the Musée de l'Automobile de Monaco.
Inside, many F1 cars are on display for visitors to see. There are even cars glued to the museum walls!

Admire the entire automobile collection of H.S.H. Albert II the Prince of Monaco!
It includes racing cars from the Monaco Rally, the Monaco Grand Prix and the Historic Grand Prix.

You can find out more about the Museum by clicking here!

Transport

There are several ways to get to the Monaco Grand Prix:

When you are in Monaco :

  • By bus: take lines n°1 or n°2 - Stop at Place d'Armes
  • It's a good idea to get there on foot, especially as there are so many traffic jams.