How to get there?

Drive

Our campsite address is: Via Lambro 32, Monza, 20846, Italy.

Our campsite is located to the North of the circuit.

Our campsite is 1021 km away from Calais and 28 km away from Milan.

Ferry

You can add a ferry package to your booking. We can add a return ferry from Dover to Calais or Hull to Rotterdam.

For more information please contact our team.

Closest airports

  • 29 km from Milano-Linate Airport (Direct flights available from Brussels, Dublin, London Luxembourg and more)
  • 60 km from Milan-Malpensa International Airport (Direct flights available from Istanbul, Lisbon, London, Paris, Prague and more)

Closest train station

The closest train station to the campsite is Macherio-Canonica, with trains to Lecco and Milano Porta Garibaldi.

For more information please visit: https://www.trenord.it/

The train from Milan Central Railway station to the Monza Station takes just 10 minutes.

The track usually provides a free shuttle bus service from Monza Station to the race track.

Bus

The closest bus stop to the campsite is Via Volta Via Casati with buses running to Vimercate and Arcore.

Tickets

There are a variety of tickets to choose from at Monza.

Each ticket has a variety of facilities available.

Ferrari fan or not, being among the passionate Tifosi is an experience in itself and will be unforgettable.

General Admission

General Admission gives you the flexibility on the weekend to watch from different areas around the circuit.

The circuit is located within one of the largest city parks in Europe so there are plenty of signed post paths.

The large General Admission areas offer excellent views of the track due to the raised viewing platforms.

Some of the best areas to watch the action are Lesmo corners and the inside of Parabolica.

Please note that a reserved seat is not included.

On Friday you get the chance to rove 20 grandstands on a first come first-served basis.

Grandstands

The grandstands at Monza are situated next to some of the most iconic corners in Formula 1.

Most grandstands provide you with an allocated seat.

When selecting a grandstand, take into consideration the facilities available, such as covered seating or a giant screen in sight.

On Friday you get the chance to rove 20 grandstands on a first come first-served basis.

Main straight & Champions Club

Centrale is good for watching the build-up to the race, start and post-race celebrations.

A seat in the Centrale Grandstand is included with Hero ticket packages and Champions Club Centrale 2-day packages.

The Champion’s Club is the premier hospitality suite for passionate fans.

Located at the base of the Centrale Grandstand on the Main Straight, your access includes gourmet cuisine and an open bar, plus a special appearance by an F1 legend and Guided Paddock Access.

Champions Club Ticket Packages include weekend hospitality on Saturday and Sunday, plus a 3-day seat in either the Centrale or Laterale Destra grandstands nearby.

  • Covered
  • TV Screen

Parabolica & Ascari

Curve Alboreto (Parabolica) is one of the most iconic turns in all of Formula 1 and the scene of many memorable moments over the years in the Italian Grand Prix.

The Parabolica has views of cars slowing down from 340 kph to 180 kph while trying to maintain momentum for the following long straight.

The Ascari is a fast-sweeping chicane towards the end of the lap offerting excellent spectating.

  • Covered (only grandstand 22)
  • TV Screen

Formula 1 Paddock Club

The Paddock Club offers luxurious surroundings and is situated directly above the pits.

The ticket includes daily pit lane walks and guided paddock access.

You will be pampered all day long with gourmet cuisine and free-flowing drinks.

Children

All grandstands have tickets for children aged 15 and under.

General Admission for children (with an adult ticket holder) is free and no ticket is required for entry.

Please note at the event you may be asked for proof of age.

What’s on?

F1 Fan Zone

The F1 Fan Zone can be found behind the grandstand on the main straight.

You will be able to satisfy your merchandise needs at the F1 Store and be entertained with a wide range of interactive displays, challenges and simulators.

Food and Drink

There are food vendors at the Monza circuit operating over the weekend, offering the Italian classics of pizza and pasta as well as other takeaway food.

There are bars offering beer and wine.

Tips

  • Please beware power banks are prohibited inside the circuit.
  • Please make yourself aware of the prohibited items the circuit list before you attend.
Please note this information is a guide and is subject to change.