Tickets – 2022 Monaco Grand Prix

Your comprehensive guide to buying tickets for the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix on May 26-29*. The best places to watch the action at Circuit de Monaco.

*Dates have not yet been confirmed for the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix.
Official Ticket Packages from F1 Experiences are already on sale for the 2022 Monaco Grand Prix, which offer a choice of grandstand seats or access to various hospitality suites, including a trackside yacht and the Ermanno Penthouse.

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 Monaco Grand Prix from Grand Prix Tickets (GPT). Tickets are not yet on sale.
  • 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.

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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 2022 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.

Disability access at the Monaco Grand Prix is handled by the Association Monégasque des Handicapés Moteurs. You can apply for access by sending an email after January 2.

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.

Full Analysis of Monaco Grand Prix Grandstands

Grandstand A1 is located on the inside of turn 1, otherwise known as Sainte Devote. Following the start/finish straight, the track narrows considerably at Sainte Devote; you can almost guarantee some action here on the opening lap of the race. From the top row, you can also turn around and glimpse the cars entering the harbor section of the circuit, right behind the stand. No access to a big TV screen. YouTube view of Grandstand A1.
Grandstand B at Casino square is one of the most expensive on sale at Monaco. Located opposite the Casino and close to Hotel de Paris, you get a view of the cars taking the tricky Casino corner before heading down the hill to Mirabeau. This grandstand offers big screen TV viewing. Given the high price and lack of panoramic views of the circuit, there are better options for a 3-day pass to Monaco – but Grandstand B is worth considering for one day.
Grandstand C is located on the Portier Corner before the tunnel entrance, an important section of the circuit where drivers try to line up overtaking moves. Tribune C is a good value option on both Thursday and Saturday but lacks the atmosphere found in the Harbor section, which offers better race-day Grandstand choices. No access to a big TV screen.
Grandstand K is a large and popular harbor grandstand with good views from the exit of the Nouvelle Chicane, the Tabac corner and up to the entry of the Swimming Pool complex. Seats in the highest row of K also offer views behind of the main start/finish straight and turn 1 (Sainte Devote). The best seats are in the first two zones, closest to Tabac.
Grandstand L is located next to the Rainier III swimming pool with views of the last turn in the Swimming Pool complex as well as the pits. Not the cheapest Grandstand at Monaco, but a safe choice for a first-time visitor who wants to be at the heart of the trackside action.
Grandstand N (Piscine Panne Nord) and Grandstand P (Piscine Panne Sud) are wide and low, flank the higher and more expensive O grandstand in the centre. All three grandstands are located over the water in the harbor with views of the swimming pool complex of the circuit.
Grandstand O (Piscine Plongeur) is the highest of the three grandstands in the harbor facing the swimming pool section of the circuit. If you can afford it, O is a better choice than N or P, as the views are more panoramic and you also get a distant view of the pits – bring binoculars! All three grandstands have views of a big screen TV.
Grandstand T, located in the Harbor area opposite the pits, is one of the larger grandstands at Monaco. The grandstand is divided into lower and upper areas – the more expensive higher seats have views of the pits. On the track, you will see the cars taking the last turn of the Swimming pool complex before heading down the short straight to La Rascasse.
Grandstand V is a small stand located very close to the circuit on the outside of the Anthony Noghes corner, after La Rascasse and before the main start-finish straight. This grandstand also provides a view of the cars entering pit lane. This stand is good choice for at least one day but there are better 3-day grandstand choices.
Grandstand X1 and X2 are small, low grandstands on the main start-finish straight. Apart from offering a good view of the race preparations and start, these stands are not the best choice and their cheaper price reflects this. If you do decide to buy here, X2 is the better bet as it is closer to the start/finish line. No access to a big TV screen.

General Admission Zones at Circuit de Monaco

The largest General Admission zone at Monaco is only open on Saturday and Sunday. A steep hill with little in the way of creature comforts and set back some distance from the track, it is difficult to get a good spot to view the action from here. You will improve your chances by arriving early, but regulars will still have reserved the best spots. The big screen set up for Grandstand V is visible (but distant) from Rocher, so bring along some binoculars. Click here to see a video of the view from Rocher.
Z1 (Enceinte) offers unreserved standing only areas on the straight between the chicane at Nouvelle and Tabac. It’s also very close to the opening Saint Devote corner. There isn’t much room and the views are somewhat restricted, but it’s still a good place to hang out and take in the Monaco atmosphere, and it’s much cheaper than the grandstands. As a bonus, there are also several bars and restaurants in the zone with lots of outdoor seating. Limited big screen TV viewing. Z1 offers the cheapest race day tickets in the heart of the action and race-day tickets sell out almost one year in advance, so get in quick! YouTube view of Z1.

Been to the Monaco Grand Prix? Leave a comment with your grandstand tips!

24 thoughts on “Tickets – 2022 Monaco Grand Prix”

  1. Hey
    I purchased today my ticket for the 2018 Monaco f1 gp, since I will be coming to the race from New Zealand I want to book also my accomodation and flight tickets. However I’m concerned bacuse the dates for f1 2018 calendar have been not confirmed yet. Does the given date for 2018 race which is the 27/05/2018 ( Sunday race day) is likely to be changed or does it remain the same date? So from previous years how sure can I be that the given date for the 2018 Monaco gp will not change ?! Is it safe for me to buy my flight ticket soon or should I wait till end of the year ? Thanks in advance

    1. Hi Yaver, thanks for your question. The good news is that the Monaco GP date is fixed; it’s actually the only date on the whole F1 calendar that will not change after it is announced; it is always the last weekend of May (if you don’t believe me, watch this.) So you can go ahead and buy your flights and reserve your accommodation! Enjoy

      1. Hello,
        I want to buy cheap ticket and can you advice me which place would be good and from where i can buy?

    1. Hi Marama, the Automobile Club de Monaco is the promoter and official ticket agency for Monaco F1 tickets, but they may not be the best place to buy. I note they are currently upgrading their ticket platform, for example. We co-operate with Gootickets, based in Monaco and an authorised reseller of tickets. They have the same prices and are trustworthy.

      1. I created an account with ACM. I forgot my password and clicked the link to retrieve it. I got an email back with the password I had used when creating the account. That means they are storing your password in clear text in their database. This is a huge security issue. If anyone used the same password for this as they do for their Gmail account, they’d be wide open (if ACM got hacked). Who knows what they do with CC numbers. I definitely wouldn’t use ACM.

  2. What do you think to go to monaco only thursday? Prices are proibitive other days. What is best stand for you? Thanks in advance

    1. Hi Stefano, one day at Monaco is better than not going at all! You can also go on Friday as it’s free entrance. I’d sit in grandstand K on Thursday, then maybe try and watch the Formula 2 race on Friday from Casino. Read about our two-day trip here.

      1. Hy
        I’ve bought a ticket for thursday 24 may 2018! Grandstand T. What do you think about it? Do you know if is possible to seat where i want? Where is gate to go in grandstand T? Thanks in advance. Bye

        1. Hi Stefano, I think there is free seating on Thursday in the grandstands. You should be able to move around and sit in different seats in Grandstand T. As for the gate, I am not exactly sure. But I guess you can enter somewhere around La Rascasse

  3. Hey, i wanted to confirm even on the thursday, must you pay the general admission fee before getting into the circuit or is it only seating thats free?

    1. Hi Graham, I’m pretty sure it isn’t like that. Monaco is getting more popular and more expensive; I think access is fairly tightly controlled to the grandstands. Though you can probably move around once you are in a particular grandstand. The good news is that Friday is still FREE.

  4. Mandy Whitworth

    Hi. My 15 year old has severe learning difficulties has autism and adhd but absolutely loves fast cars and the GP it’s coming up to his 16th birthday in June, do you have any concessions for disability and is there a place that it would be able to accommodate him and the carer and myself so he could really enjoy should we be able to come
    Thank you

  5. Hi

    This is my first comment here so first of all thank you for an amazing site. I used it a lot when travelling to the Shanghai GP this year. With great success.

    Regarding Z1, are you able to hear the speakers in that area? At least when the cars are not passing by?

    Br Lars

    1. Hi Lars, thanks a lot! From memory, you can hear the trackside speakers in the Z1 zone. It’s a good place to watch the action, you are really close to the track and the harbour.

  6. Hi! I can’t find info if the T Upper are numbered seats? I have friends who got tickets and I want to sit next to them… Thanks a lot in advance!

    1. Yes they will be numbered seats. It could be difficult to sit with your friends. I suggest asking the same ticket company where they bought their tickets.

  7. Hi! Does anybody know whats gonna be in 3 weeks time with the Grand Prix?
    France has a high number of infections, daily travelling between Monaco and France might be a big problem during race weekend if you don’t have a valid PCR Test available? And PCR Tests mostlt only valid for 48 or 72h …. but the weekend in Monaco is basically 4 days long! Plus add time to fly to Nizza, etc. How should it be possible?

    The only respond I got from ACM is “We are planning with fans but we have no decision yet concerning travel restrictions.” … this helps absolutely nothing.

    What is your feeling?
    Why is F1 and the ACM not able to make a decision for foreign fans in advance?
    Thankful for any idea, information, etc!

  8. hello from argentina! what a complete post! congrats!
    just wondering if you may know stand ticket prices in 2020/21, just to roughly have an idea what to expect for next year. it would be a dream come true. cheers

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