A – From our official website: monaco-grandprix.com
B – By writing to us:
C – Onsite at the ACM Ticketing office at 44, rue Grimaldi, 98000 Monaco.
D – At the various selling points around the circuit during the days of the Grand Prix (see map of circuit).
2 – An e-ticket with a QR code will be available in your personal space on the website, at a further date before the event. You will be informed by e-mail when the e-ticket is sent to your account.
Apart from the legal right of withdrawal inherent to online sales (see our T&Cs), a refund of the ticket will be possible in the following cases only:
No refund will be issued for any other reason, even in the case of medical inability to attend the event, or impossibility to travel due to closed borders.
We advise our Clients to contact their insurers to arrange a cancellation insurance coverage (see our General Terms&Conditions).
Your ticket can no longer be modified once you have reserved and paid for it.
A 2-day package will allow you to get a 10% discount on the ticket each day, whatever the grandstand of your choice.
There is no 3-day package. On Friday, the access to all grandstands is free without ticket.
Children under the age of 16 can attend the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique free of charge.
However, young children are always discouraged from attending the circuit.
Children under 15 must to be accompanied by an adult and should have ID.
We highly recommend that you take public transport to get to Monaco, trains or buses. The tribunes are easily accessible from the exits of the train station.
If you decide to come by car, you can reserve your parking space in advance via Monaco Parkings.
Office website: www.monaco-parkings.mc
Email: [email protected]
The circuit is situated in the centre of town, therefore within close proximity to all the shops, restaurants, cafes, etc…
On the map of the circuit you will note that all of the amenities are easily accessible from each of the Tribunes (Public WC, Emergency services, Drinks and Snack bars, etc….).