Enjoying the best of the Monaco Grand Prix

Enjoying the best of the Monaco Grand Prix

For anyone lucky enough to be attending the Monaco Grand Prix, they are guaranteed an experience like no other. From the stunning city backdrop to the celebrities and glamour, the weekend is sure to be one long party.


In order to make the best of your visit, make sure you book well in advance. This year’s event starts on 23rd May, with qualifications on the Saturday and the race on Sunday. As well as hotels being fully booked, restaurants and bars will also be filled with people looking for the best viewing spots.

Race Information

The race is considered one of the hardest to navigate due to its narrow streets, tight corners and tunnels. Ayrton Senna holds the current record for the most wins, with a total of six, which includes five consecutive wins between 1989 and 1993.

Lewis Hamilton, another Monaco Grand Prix winner, recently had a near miss during pre-season testing sin Barcelona.


As well as the race, there are many other attractions to see during the weekend, including the renowned La Rascasse bar.

If you want to visit the Monte Carlo Casino, remember to take your passport with you for identification and dress smartly! If visiting in the evening, you will need to wear a jacket.

Where to Watch

Different viewing points offer different experiences for fans. One of the most popular spots in Casino Square. Fans in the grandstand get to watch the race unfold via live screens and can enjoy beautiful views of the harbour. 


Whilst there is no official dress code for attending the Monaco Grand Prix you will want to bear in mind that the weather can be quite warm and it is the home for many of the rich and famous celebrities that we see. So you might want to ditch the tank top and shorts and instead for for Farah Shirts like the ones you can see at https://www.ejmenswear.com/men/farah with  nice pair of linen or tailored trousers. 


Hotels are nearly always fully booked a long way in advance and are very pricey. Many people stay slightly out of town in the nearby cities of Nice, Menton or Cannes, which all offer a good public bus service direct to Monaco.


One of the best ways to enter the city is via train. The station is located in the city centre and within easy walking distance of the circuit. Driving is not recommended during the weekend, but if you do intend on driving, pre-book your parking space. A budget parking option is the Stade Louis 11 football stadium.


Sohail Gujjar