2020 F1 Monaco Grand Prix Tickets Travel Packages
Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix 2020 Travel Packages to Monte Carlo, Monaco
Your F1 2020 Monaco Grand Prix Travel Experience
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the last true street circuits in the Formula 1 World Championship! As a licensed Tour Operator with over 38 years of first hand experience, we have been providing travel packages and tickets to the F1 Monaco Grand Prix since 1982. We know the best places to watch all the action, best ways to get around and offer some of the best hotel and tickets. If you are looking for the best options for Monaco Grand Prix 2020 tickets, packages, hospitality, tours and dates you are at the right place. Let us show you how to best experience all of the action at the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix. Dates for the 2020 Formula One Monaco Grand Prix are May 21 to 24, 2020. The 2020 Monaco Grand Prix is the event that all true Grand Prix fans must attend at least once in their life.
The Formula 1 2020 Monaco Grand Prix is in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. “The Formula One Event of the Year, it just doesn’t get any better! Imagine watching the 2020 Monaco Grand Prix from your exclusive suite with covered terrace located directly on the track with the most spectacular view (Gold and Platinum Packages) or you can choose reserved grandstand tickets (Silver packages).
Your Monaco Grand Prix package includes everything, F1 tickets, hotel, ground transportation and VIP hospitality. CLINK ON THE LINKS BELOW for all the details of our Monaco Grand Prix 2020 packages including hotels, tickets, hospitality options, itineraries and pricing.
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hotel palais de la mediterannee
5 Star in Nice
Nice’s most luxurious and newest hotel opened in January of 2004. Directly on the sea front and featuring swimming pool, sea view rooms, restaurants and full service casino. This new hotel is built on the site of the original Casino in Nice and has retained the “old world” charm with all the modern conveniences.
Boutique Hotel in Nice
4 Star in Nice
Our 4Star Boutique hotel in Nice is a beautiful ‘belle époque’ style townhouse hotel with just 46 air-conditioned rooms, each individually decorated with bright and charming Souleïado fabrics. All have en-suite bathrooms, mini-bars and satellite TV. The hotel is within easy walking distance of the Promenade des Anglais and the old town of Nice and is only a twenty-minute drive from Nice’s international airport.
3 Star in Monaco
Hotel Columbus is the best value and in the most convenient location for the Monaco Grand Prix. Soundproofed rooms with designer furnishings feature flat-screen TVs, minibars and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add terraces or balconies; some come with sea and/or city views. Select suites include seating areas with pull-out sofas. Other amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool and an exercise room, as well as a beauty and hair salon with massage rooms. There’s also a free local shuttle service.
4 Star in Monaco
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Wednesday: Arrive and be greeted by the Grand Prix Club staff at the Nice, France Airport. Private transportation to your Hotel in Nice or Monaco where you can relax from your flight. Evening cocktails and then explore the many fine restaurants close to your Hotel.
Thursday: Breakfast at our Hotel and then we take the train to Monaco or stroll to our Suite. Spend the day watching two Formula 1 practice sessions plus support races from our Exclusive Suite and Terrace or Grandstand seats or stroll the streets of Monte-Carlo. Many other sightseeing opportunities as well. Lunch at a special restaurant in Monaco (Platinum package). Return in the afternoon by train to Nice.
Friday: Breakfast at our Hotel then enjoy a free day. Take a trip to San Remo, Italy or spend the day sightseeing in Nice or Monaco. No F1 activity on the track on Friday.
Saturday: Breakfast at our Hotel and then departure on the train at 7:30 AM to catch morning practice or come later for qualifying. Lots of other track activity all day. Watch all the action from our Terrace overlooking the harbor or your seat in the Grandstand. Catering (Platinum packages) throughout the day including great wines and food . Televisions also available in our Suite so you won’t miss a thing. Train back to Nice at 4 PM in the afternoon and your evening free.
Sunday: Breakfast and then off to Monaco for the races. If you get there early you can catch the morning support races or you can take the train later. Catering all day (Platinum packages) on our Terrace including Champagne to celebrate the Victor! Return to Nice in the late afternoon and then enjoy your evening at one of the many fine restaurants in Nice.
Monday: Breakfast and then we will take you to the airport or if you are extending your stay we will be there to help you plan other activities.
(B) = Breakfast (L) = Lunch
Note: Tour and Tour Information are subject to change.
Here are some options based on packages with a 3-night stay with Friday arrival. Extra nights before or after Friday and Monday area available. If you don’t find what you are looking for let us know and we will see what we can put together for you.
We separate our package options with a consideration for two primary features:
First by the hotel category and location (either in Nice or Monaco) and Second by the type of tickets, either (SILVER) reserved grandstand of your choice, or VIP balcony tickets including catering (our GOLD and PLATINUM packages). If you decide on grandstand tickets you can opt for a different grandstand for each day.
The Monaco Formula 1 track schedule is Thursday May 24 with 2 practice sessions, one morning and one afternoon, Saturday morning practice and afternoon qualifying and on Sunday afternoon the Grand prix race. There are several support races as well so there are cars on the circuit continually.
The hotels included are all in excellent cosmetic shape and we have used them for several years.
ALL of our SILVER packages include tickets to your choice of grandstands with reserved seating available Sunday for the Grand Prix, additional days tickets are also available and include the package features listed below.
ALL of our GOLD and PLATINUM packages include tickets to access one of our private apartments overlooking the track We have these available in Monaco for daytime use only. These apartments all have full length balconies that are directly over the track and offer the best possible views. They also have TV in the salon so you can see and hear all that is televised live during the event. Food and beverage catering is also included in the PLATINUM balcony package which is located directly over the first turn and offers the best view in Monaco, the GOLD balcony is after the first turn and has cash bar and has a great but different view of the track.
All the packages feature the following- airport to hotel transfers upon arrival, transfers between Nice and Monaco (if staying in Nice), hotel accommodations, event tickets (either Silver or Gold or Platinum) and all taxes.
Extra nights available before and after the event, please inquire for rates.
2020 Monaco Grand Prix 4 Day, 3 Night Packages
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2020 Monaco Grand Prix 4 Day, 3 Night Packages
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About Monaco Grand Prix
Dec. 2019 – Ferrari Announce new 5 year contract with Monaco Grand Prix driver Charles Leclerc. Scuderia Ferrari Mission Winnow is pleased to announce that it has extended its contract with Charles Leclerc. He has come through the ranks of the Ferrari Driver Academy, which he joined in 2016 and will now drive for the Italian team to the end of the 2024 season. Charles Leclerc: “I am very happy to be staying on with Scuderia Ferrari. This past season, driving for the most illustrious team in Formula 1 has been a dream year for me. “I cannot wait to enjoy an even deeper relationship with the team after what has been an intense and exciting 2019. I’m keen to see what the future holds and I can’t wait to get going again next season.” Mattia Binotto Team Principal: “With each passing race this year, our wish to extend our contract with Charles became ever more self-evident and the decision means he will now be with us for the next five seasons. It demonstrates that Charles and the Scuderia have a firm future together. “Charles has been part of our family since 2016 and we are more than proud of the results we are achieving with our Academy. We are therefore very pleased to be able to announce that he will be with us for many years to come and I’m sure that together, we will write many new pages in the history of the Prancing Horse.”
Monza is the only other circuit with regular appearances on the racing calendar, so it only makes sense for Monaco to produce a lot of magical moments from the all-time Formula One greats. Before Monte Carlo became the venue of the Formula One World Championship, a quick look at the statistics shows that McLaren is ahead of Ferrari in total wins and pole positions. In recent times, the grand prix wins of other manufacturers in Monaco are dwarfed by the 10 wins that cars with Mercedes engines have. That is if you don’t count some parts of the 1960s and 1970s, when a majority of the teams were using Ford engines.
For the racing teams, Monaco means achieving glory, taking risks, and overcoming fear. Alongside that there is also royalty, glamour, beautiful people, and hardcore fans of the sport. Up until today, the scene wherein the Grimaldi royal family presents the trophy to the grand prix winner has always played out, which is done on the iconic terraced podium at the start-finish straight. Following Monaco’s adoption into the world championship calendar, a lot of different players had managed to achieve milestones and set records. Some of the most notable ones are the following: Juan Manuel Fangio, who was the first to claim two wins in the years 1950 and then in 1957, managed to win with Alfa Romeo and Maserati; Stirling Moss, who was the first three-time winner in Monaco, managed to bag titles with Maserati and Lotus.
When Graham Hill burst onto the scene, he bagged a total of five wins between 1963 and 1969, of which three had been with BRM and the other two with Lotus. The benchmark set by Graham Mill lasted until 1980s. By the time the two-time world champion was done, he was the only racing driver to score wins in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Indy 500, and the Monaco Grand Prix.
Then there was Senna, who is arguably greatest racing driver ever that had a truly special relationship with Monaco. During his debut in the Monaco Grand Prix in 1984, he was close to winning the title with his Toleman F2 with a BMW engine. However, his magical debut was spoiled by Alain Prost, who only won with his McLaren due to an early checkered flag waved by Jacky Ickx, the race director during that time. Had the race gone through normally and the usual points had been given to the racers, Alain Prost would have won the title during that season, which he only lost by a half-point to his teammate Niki Lauda. But despite falling short on his debut at Monaco, Senna went on to have more illustrious wins throughout his career.
The period between 1987 and 1993 was considered as the Senna era, where the legendary racing driver bagged a total of six wins in Monaco, of which the first one was with Lotus and the rest with McLaren. The only setback was in 1988, when Senna was only a few corners from home and he accidentally clattered into the barriers. Senna’s achievement in the Monaco Grand Prix – which is definitely going to last for many years to come – speaks a lot about the amazing alchemy between circuit, car and driver. Not even Michael Schumacher, who went on to have multiple wins in Monaco – of which three were with Ferrari, managed to beat Senna’s record.
When Daniel Ricardo won in 2018, it was the last time a non-Mercedes driver was able to win the Monaco Grand Prix. As for the last Ferrari win in the highly esteemed circuit, it was in 2017 with Sebastian Vettel. Now, could all of that change this year?