Your comprehensive guide to buying tickets for the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix on May 20-23. The best places to watch the action at Circuit de Monaco.
Not surprisingly, Monaco sells some of the most expensive Grandstand seats on the current F1 calendar and prices have been rising across the board in recent years. The tight confines of the principality don’t lend themselves well to large seating areas, meaning less than 40,000 grandstand seats are sold in Monaco.
Where to buy 2021 Monaco Grand Prix tickets?
- We recommend buying your tickets for the 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix from Grand Prix Tickets (GPT).
- We also recommend Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences with grandstand seats and exclusive insider activities in Monaco or access to a choice of trackside hospitality, including a trackside yacht, the Ermanno Penthouse and the Formula 1 Paddock Club. Accommodation with circuit transfers can also be added to your package.
Buying tickets at Monaco is a little different to other races, where you normally buy a 3-day ticket and sit in the same seat for the whole weekend. At Monaco, the majority of tickets on sale are for one or two days, making it attractive to mix it up and sit in different grandstands each day. Tickets are cheapest for the first two F1 practice sessions on Thursday (grandstands priced at under €100). Thursday is also a good day to splash out on a terrace or yacht, when prices are much more affordable than on the weekend. Entry on Friday is free and whilst there is no F1 action, support categories are on track in the morning before the circuit is opened to fans in the afternoon. Weekend tickets start from around €500 for the cheaper grandstands, or just under €200 for the Rocher general admission zone on the hill leading up to the castle.
Best 2021 Monaco Grand Prix tickets to buy?
- Budget (<€250): It’s possible to do Monaco on a budget with a grandstand seat on Thursday and access to the Rocheur General Admission area on Saturday and Sunday.
- Mid-Range (<€1000): Most of the best grandstands in Monaco are location in the harbour, including Grandstand K and Grandstand T.
- Hospitality (>€1000): More affordable hospitality access is available on Thursday. The best views can be found in viewing terraces in the harbor, including the Ermanno Penthouse and the Formula 1 Paddock Club.
Monaco Grand Prix Tickets FAQ
No discounts are currently available.
Yes. Single-day tickets are very popular in Monaco, where many fans choose different grandstands or hospitality suites on all three days of racing.
Grandstand seats are unreserved on Thursday only. Free entry to all grandstands on Friday. Grandstand seats are reserved on Saturday and Sunday.
Grandstand T Upper (opposite the pits) is the only covered grandstand at Circuit de Monaco.
Children aged between 6-15 get free entry on Thursday (but you still need to reserve a ticket) and a 50% discount on weekend tickets.
Parking tickets are not sold by the circuit. More information about the best places to park for the Monaco Grand Prix can be found in Trackside.
Tickets purchased via Grand Prix Tickets (GPT) are subject to a 3% handling fee, which covers credit card processing fees.
Tickets purchased via Grand Prix Tickets (GPT) are sent by registered courier at an additional price of €19 within Europe and €25 outside of Europe.