Monaco Grand Prix

Circuit of Monte Carlo, Monaco, France

24 – 26 May 2024

From Casino Square to the World’s most famous Hairpin, through the tunnel and past the luxurious yachts, Monte Carlo is a circuit of legendary corners full of history.  No race or circuit of the Formula 1 Calendar can truly match the excellence, the glamour and the challenge of the Monaco Grand Prix. Extremely challenging for both teams and drivers, the narrow circuit through the glamorous streets of the Principality has fuelled dreams in Motorsports for decades. The tight circuit with almost no overtaking opportunities is extremely hard to master, and for some drivers winning the Monaco Grand Prix is even more prestigious than winning the World Championship. Buy your Monaco F1 ticket only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. No hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official Formula 1 ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any Grand Prix of the season.

Travel Package 

From AED 6, 490.00 per person sharing

TRAVEL DATES: 23 - 27 May 2024

Inclusions:

*All tickets / packages advertised are subject to availability and seasonal price adjustments may apply.

Exclusions:

  • All flights and taxes (on request)
  • Circuit Transfers
  • Visa and Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Tours not mentioned, optional extras / optional sightseeing excursions
  • All items of a personal nature. Meals, drinks, tips and gratuities not specified
  • Anything not mentioned

*You can view our Term’s and Condition’s here

Travel and Event Information

Accommodation

Nice which has the longest and most famous beaches of the French Riviera has a perfect balance between a seaside resort and a cosmopolitan city. The beaches are not sand, they are small pebbles and millions of  tourists come to bathe here each year. Nice is a City with a rich culture and architecture. Narrow  streets, tall houses painted in all colours. Museums, monuments, the Russian Cathedral are a must to see, apart from visiting the colourful marketplaces or getting to enjoy a divine meal at one of the restaurants in the streets. A charming place to visit with so many other nearby little towns to see.
Staying in Monte Carlo itself is extremely expensive and usually fully booked out way in advance therefore staying in Nice is the stunning suggested place to stay.  It’s a short journey by bus or train and works out a lot cheaper than staying in Monaco.  Booking your own accommodation in Nice is a click away.  Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.

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Nearest Airport

The nearest international airport is the Nice Cote d’Azur International Airport (NCE) and it’s in Nice (about 40km from Monaco).  Transport from the Airport to Downtown Nice would be to take the Airport express bus 99 operated by Lignes d’Azur leave from terminals 1 and 2 and take you to SNCF Nice Ville train station downtown.  Departures are every 30 minutes from 6am to midnight leaving terminal 1 from bay 8 and terminal 2 from bay 4, the trip to the station takes about 25 to 30 minutes. Returning to the airport you’ll find the clearly signed stop on Avenue Thiers to the right of the train station’s main exit.  Alternatively you can use the local bus service no.23 departing from near terminal 1. Downtown the bus drops off and picks up at the Avenue Thiers and Boulevard Gambetta intersection, just a few minutes walk to the station. The service runs from about 6am to 9pm.

Getting around in Nice

The historical centre of Nice and the beach is easily traversed on foot. Trams run until after midnight – perfect if you got the last train back from Monaco. To use the tram just buy a ticket from the machine at the tram station.  Bus fares are charged at a flat rate per journey, which can include onward or return journeys as long as it’s within 74 minutes of validating your ticket.  You also have the Taxi and Uber options if you get stranded but note that they are quite pricey.

Parking

Parking in Monaco is going to be tricky unless you have a hotel booking which includes parking. It’s strongly advised to leave the car in Nice and jump on a bus or train or if you prefer, a taxi will set you back as they are very pricey.

Coach & Bus

If you’re staying in Nice’s old town its almost easier to get the bus to Monaco. Bus 100 leaves from Le Port, just a short walk away, and takes roughly an hour to reach Monaco before continuing to Menton. The route is just as scenic if not more so than the train.  It’s also just as crowded as the train so get to the bus stop in good time – if the bus is full it will leave even if there are still people waiting to get on.  First bus to Monaco departs at 5.35am and the last bus returning to Nice leaves at 09.05. The route schedule is a guide only; the times are unreliable on a Grand Prix weekend and the route the bus takes through Monaco differs due to road closures.

Taxi

Taxis are available at all times however we suggest using other public means of transport as this option is very pricey and may set you back.
Train
The best way to get to the circuit is by train.  TER local trains depart from Nice train station (Gare de Nice-Ville, Avenue Thiers) about every 30 minutes, though more trains run at peak times over the Grand Prix weekend to accommodate fans going to and from the track.

You don’t need a reservation, just turn up, buy your ticket, validate it at one of the yellow machines and jump on a train. Buy tickets from one of the SNCF machines at the station or an SNCF staff member. A few of these are drafted in on the Grand Prix weekend to deal with the extra numbers and you can buy tickets from them with cash or card.  Tickets bought at the station won’t have a time printed on them so as long as you haven’t already validated it you can use the ticket for any train that day. You can expect the station to be packed with F1 fans on Saturday and Sunday. There’s no seat number on your ticket so grab a window seat on the coastal side if you can, though for many it will be standing room only.

Walking

The best way to get around Nice and Monaco during the Grand Prix weekend is on foot. Everything is well sign-posted for pedestrians with signs pointing the way to each grandstand from the moment you arrive in Monte-Carlo train station, and you won’t have to walk further than about 15 minutes to get to your grandstand. Conveniently Monaco’s hilly streets are connected by a network of escalators and elevators that take the effort out your walks around the principality.

It can be worth picking up a walking map of the town and familiarizing yourself with the shortcuts. These are available from the information center in the train station or just about anywhere else in the region and from newsagents around town for a small fee.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

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Monaco Grand Prix

Circuit of Monte Carlo, Monaco, France

24 – 26 May 2024

From Casino Square to the World’s most famous Hairpin, through the tunnel and past the luxurious yachts, Monte Carlo is a circuit of legendary corners full of history.  No race or circuit of the Formula 1 Calendar can truly match the excellence, the glamour and the challenge of the Monaco Grand Prix. Extremely challenging for both teams and drivers, the narrow circuit through the glamorous streets of the Principality has fuelled dreams in Motorsports for decades. The tight circuit with almost no overtaking opportunities is extremely hard to master, and for some drivers winning the Monaco Grand Prix is even more prestigious than winning the World Championship. Buy your Monaco F1 ticket only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. No hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official Formula 1 ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any Grand Prix of the season.

Travel Package 

From AED 6, 490.00 per person sharing

TRAVEL DATES: 23 - 27 May 2024

Inclusions:

*All tickets / packages advertised are subject to availability and seasonal price adjustments may apply.

Exclusions:

  • All flights and taxes (on request)
  • Circuit Transfers
  • Visa and Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Tours not mentioned, optional extras / optional sightseeing excursions
  • All items of a personal nature. Meals, drinks, tips and gratuities not specified
  • Anything not mentioned

*You can view our Term’s and Condition’s here

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Nice which has the longest and most famous beaches of the French Riviera has a perfect balance between a seaside resort and a cosmopolitan city. The beaches are not sand, they are small pebbles and millions of  tourists come to bathe here each year. Nice is a City with a rich culture and architecture. Narrow  streets, tall houses painted in all colours. Museums, monuments, the Russian Cathedral are a must to see, apart from visiting the colourful marketplaces or getting to enjoy a divine meal at one of the restaurants in the streets. A charming place to visit with so many other nearby little towns to see.
 
Staying in Monte Carlo itself is extremely expensive and usually fully booked out way in advance therefore staying in Nice is the stunning suggested place to stay.  It’s a short journey by bus or train and works out a lot cheaper than staying in Monaco.  Booking your own accommodation in Nice is a click away.  Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

Visa

 

Nearest Airport

The nearest international airport is the Nice Cote d’Azur International Airport (NCE) and it’s in Nice (about 40km from Monaco).  Transport from the Airport to Downtown Nice would be to take the Airport express bus 99 operated by Lignes d’Azur leave from terminals 1 and 2 and take you to SNCF Nice Ville train station downtown.  Departures are every 30 minutes from 6am to midnight leaving terminal 1 from bay 8 and terminal 2 from bay 4, the trip to the station takes about 25 to 30 minutes. Returning to the airport you’ll find the clearly signed stop on Avenue Thiers to the right of the train station’s main exit.  Alternatively you can use the local bus service no.23 departing from near terminal 1. Downtown the bus drops off and picks up at the Avenue Thiers and Boulevard Gambetta intersection, just a few minutes walk to the station. The service runs from about 6am to 9pm.
 

Getting around in Nice

The historical centre of Nice and the beach is easily traversed on foot. Trams run until after midnight – perfect if you got the last train back from Monaco. To use the tram just buy a ticket from the machine at the tram station.  Bus fares are charged at a flat rate per journey, which can include onward or return journeys as long as it’s within 74 minutes of validating your ticket.  You also have the Taxi and Uber options if you get stranded but note that they are quite pricey.
 

Parking

Parking in Monaco is going to be tricky unless you have a hotel booking which includes parking. It’s strongly advised to leave the car in Nice and jump on a bus or train or if you prefer, a taxi will set you back as they are very pricey.
 

Coach & Bus

If you’re staying in Nice’s old town its almost easier to get the bus to Monaco. Bus 100 leaves from Le Port, just a short walk away, and takes roughly an hour to reach Monaco before continuing to Menton. The route is just as scenic if not more so than the train.  It’s also just as crowded as the train so get to the bus stop in good time – if the bus is full it will leave even if there are still people waiting to get on.  First bus to Monaco departs at 5.35am and the last bus returning to Nice leaves at 09.05. The route schedule is a guide only; the times are unreliable on a Grand Prix weekend and the route the bus takes through Monaco differs due to road closures.
 

Taxi

Taxis are available at all times however we suggest using other public means of transport as this option is very pricey and may set you back.
 
Train
The best way to get to the circuit is by train.  TER local trains depart from Nice train station (Gare de Nice-Ville, Avenue Thiers) about every 30 minutes, though more trains run at peak times over the Grand Prix weekend to accommodate fans going to and from the track.

You don’t need a reservation, just turn up, buy your ticket, validate it at one of the yellow machines and jump on a train. Buy tickets from one of the SNCF machines at the station or an SNCF staff member. A few of these are drafted in on the Grand Prix weekend to deal with the extra numbers and you can buy tickets from them with cash or card.  Tickets bought at the station won’t have a time printed on them so as long as you haven’t already validated it you can use the ticket for any train that day. You can expect the station to be packed with F1 fans on Saturday and Sunday. There’s no seat number on your ticket so grab a window seat on the coastal side if you can, though for many it will be standing room only.

Walking

The best way to get around Nice and Monaco during the Grand Prix weekend is on foot. Everything is well sign-posted for pedestrians with signs pointing the way to each grandstand from the moment you arrive in Monte-Carlo train station, and you won’t have to walk further than about 15 minutes to get to your grandstand. Conveniently Monaco’s hilly streets are connected by a network of escalators and elevators that take the effort out your walks around the principality.

It can be worth picking up a walking map of the town and familiarizing yourself with the shortcuts. These are available from the information center in the train station or just about anywhere else in the region and from newsagents around town for a small fee.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

 
Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

Inquire Now!

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