The Monaco Grand Prix is widely considered one of the most prestigious races in the world. Taking place on a narrow course through the streets of Monaco, the circuit is dangerous to drive and thrilling to watch.
Monaco is the world’s second smallest country – second only to the Vatican – and is world-renowned as a magnet for royalty and the rich and famous. The Monaco Grand Prix is therefore one of the most glamorous, not to mention expensive, events in the world. If you want to really enjoy the Grand Prix like the high rollers, here are the options:
With incredible views over the city and of the track, a terrace is a fabulous option for experiencing the event in the same way as the locals. With everything provided, as you would expect for any VIP, these terrace rentals come with fully-serviced bars, gourmet food and bottomless champagne. There is a range of rentals available throughout the city, each with its own view of the race. Prices range from €1,500 to €5,000 ( £860 to £4,300).
If watching from such a distance is not your thing, you need a ticket for the Paddock Club; after all, this is one of the most famous race tracks and the most recognised race in the world, so you want to be near the action. The F1 Paddock Club Monaco is located in the port, with views of the pit lane and the harbour, so you will be in the thick of the action for the start of the race, pit stops and the end of the race. If you have around €6,000 to spend on your Grand Prix experience, you will definitely want to find out more about the F1 Paddock Club in Monaco. The ticket price includes pit lane passes, enabling you to meet the drivers, and bottomless champagne and gourmet food.
Lastly, in a city also famed for its luxurious yacht show, one of the most expensive views of the race has to be from a yacht. Home to some of the top superyachts in the world, Monaco is the world’s second smallest country – second only to the Vatican – and is world-renowned as a magnet for royalty and the rich and famous. many are in perfect positions to give a fabulous view of the race while you enjoy the yacht’s luxurious glamour. The cost can range from around €80,000 to €1,000,000 including taxes and docking fees.