Your Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix 2021 experience starts here. Join us at Formula 1’s most prestigious race, where drivers hustle around the toughest street circuit of the Championship, past famous landmarks and through the tunnel to claim the ultimate F1 victory. Enjoy the glitz, glamour and history of the Monaco Grand Prix on the French Riviera with Events Travel in 2021.Read moreRead less
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The Monaco Grand Prix is Formula 1’s flagship event. It stands alone, almost distinct from the sport itself. It’s a bucket-list event for millions and a dream for aspiring youngsters and current Formula 1 drivers to win.Read moreRead less
The race winds through the streets of Monte Carlo in Monaco, around yacht lined harbours, historic landmarks, temporary grandstands and through the famous tunnel; demanding more concentration than any other Formula 1 circuit. Overtaking is difficult, which makes qualifying vitally important. The Monaco Grand Prix is a historic occasion and the battleground of legends ever since the race became a regular fixture on the world championship in 1955.
Situated in the French Riviera, Monaco is synonymous with luxury, glamour and lifestyle. Over centuries, the coastal villages from Saint Tropez to Monaco have been the focal point of movies, novels, photoshoots and the playground of celebrities, oligarchs and world leaders. It makes perfect sense therefore that Formula 1’s most prestigious race takes place in Monaco.
Events Travel is proud to provide fans with the means to live the dream, tick off the bucket-list or visit Monaco once again.
We are proud to offer the full-service and a range of Monaco Grand Prix Packages for 2021. We encourage you to have a look through the options on this page and if you need any assistance or would like a custom-made package, please get in touch with our team of Travel Experts. We’re looking forward to getting your journey started today.
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The principality of Monaco is a small sovereign country on the French Riviera, surrounded by France and the Mediterranean Sea. It is so small in fact, that it is the second smallest country in the world after Vatican City with a land area of just 2.02km² — smaller than Central Park in New York! Monaco is governed by a constitutional monarchy — The House of Grimaldi — with Prince Albert II as current head of state. The country’s economic development in the 19th century was spurred by the opening of the Monte Carlo Casino, which drew gamblers, celebrities and onlookers down from Paris. The now famous Casino, paired with a mild climate, warm sea and stunning coastal scenery and relaxed tax laws has lead to Monaco being a popular destination for the rich and powerful. Monaco now has the second-highest GDP per capita in the world, with one-third of the population being millionaires or billionaires. For this reason, Monaco is a fascinating place to visit, where the rich and famous live lavishly, luxury pours out of buildings onto pristine streets and the Mediterranean laps at its coastline.
Monaco is known for its lovely weather, offering around 300 days of sunshine a year. In May, the daily average sits around 20C, and though it’s nearly summer the sea temperature is still cool and refreshing. UV Indexes can be high at this time, pack your sun protection and a jumper so you can enjoy watching the sunset across the Mediterranean Sea in comfort
Casino de Monte Carlo
The casino of Monaco has been operating since 1848 when the ruling monarch decided this could be a way to save the House of Grimaldi from bankruptcy. The casino complex has expanded over the years and is now home to the Casino, Monte Carlo Opera and Ballet office
This old town sits on a pistol-shaped rock overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and is the only part of Monaco to have retained its original infrastructure including small and winding medieval streets. It is also home to the Palace
Nice sits on the shores of the Baie de Anges, just 1-hour from Monaco - a city full of history and pebbled beaches. Discover cathedrals and museums or take a walk up Castle Hill for a stunning view over the Mediterranean coastline
Place du Palais
Place du Palais is the official residence of the Prince of Monaco and a place for visitors to catch a glimpse into the history of Monaco's royal family. Be sure to arrive before 11:55 am to watch the changing of the guard in Palace Square
Located an hour along the coast from Monte Carlo lies the popular resort town of Antibes. This charming town offers white-sandy beaches and stunning views over the Mediterranean with historical and archaeological sites to discover
Two hours west of Monte Carlo is the seaside town of Saint Tropez, one of the first popularised towns on the French Riviera. Explore cobbled streets, century-old churches, and military castles before soaking in the coastal lifestyle of the Riviera while admiring fabulous wooden yachts
Port de Fontvieille
Sitting at the bottom of Le Rocher (Rock of Monaco) is the Port of Fontvieille, home to the sheltered Fontvieille Marina, a luxury shopping centre, Monaco heliport and Louis II stadium - it's a great place to spend a leisurely afternoon
Deposit: 25% plus any upgrades or extras due to secure your booking
Balance: Due by 19 February 2021
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