Monaco offers more ticket options than the usual choice between grandstand and general admission. For those with the means there numerous VIP options that could see you watching the Grand Prix from a private balcony or even a yacht. F1 tickets for Monaco are on the pricey side but there are a number of low cost options.
There are no F1 track sessions on a Friday at Monaco and free practice sessions are instead held on Thursday. Being able to get tickets for Thursday only is great for fans on a budget, offering the chance to see F1 cars on the world’s most famous race course for as little as €60 for a grandstand seat.
La Rocher, or ‘the rock’ is as close as it gets to general admission at Monaco. The steep grassy hill has an expansive, if a little distant view of the circuit. In the good old days it was possible to see the Monaco Grand Prix for free from this vantage point but no longer. Still, at about €120 for a Sunday ticket, is very affordable.
|General Admission (3 days)||N/A|
|General Admission (Sunday)||€120|
|Grandstand (3 days)||€825|
|Prices above are approximate and don't include fees such as booking and delivery. These prices don't include Early Bird promotional tickets or discounted tickets for children and seniors.|