~ Monaco Grand Prix Guide ~

Monaco F1 tickets will allow you and your companions to view the race from various points around the track. Prices vary according to where you would like to sit or stand. This brief guide should help you decide what you would like and what you can afford. Check our events page for the next Monaco Grand Prix dates.

Since this is a true street race, you will only be able to see the cars as they whiz by your seat, but each car that finishes the race will pass the same position 78 times, 39 on Saturday and 39 on Sunday. To get some of the excitement at a much lower price (40 € standing in Z1), you can purchase a ticket for the Thursday practice sessions which provide a great build up to the Monaco F1 weekend.


When you go to buy Monaco GP tickets there are 20 different grandstands to choose from. Saturday and Sunday ticket holders are assigned a seat number. On Thursday, there are no numbered seats.

The most expensive and most popular Monaco F1 Tickets are for seats located in an area where the track passes in front of and behind the grandstand. Being one of the straightest sections of the track, the seats provide the longest view of the cars and a TV screen is visible from the seats.

Standing Area

You can buy Monaco GP tickets for less if you choose to stand throughout the race. The standing areas are located along the west side of the Boulevard Albert I. On Saturday and Sunday a television screen is visible from the standing area "Secteur Rocher".

Covered Seating or Hospitality Section

If you want to buy Monaco GP tickets and you want covered seating, you need to be prepared to spend several thousand euros. All of the seats are numbered and television screens are visible from all seats.

Coverage for the Monaco F1 Tickets with covered seating is provided by various buildings located near the track. The sixth floor terrace of the Ermanno building, the roof of the Caravelles, the 10th floor terrace of the Shangri La and the seats at the F1 paddock club are the luxury high end seats. Buy Monaco F1 GP VIP tickets from bookF1

General Advice

It’s a good idea to buy Monaco GP tickets early. Some of the seats sell out months before the May race is scheduled. Since most of the seats are not covered, remember to bring a hat or cap for protection from the sun. Foam Ear Plugs are also a must have item!

Many fans pick up their Monaco F1 Tickets as soon as they go on sale. So, now is the right time to buy. Buy Monaco Grand Prix tickets from bookF1

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