Located at the world famous Parabolica corners, Latarale Parabolica 21a provides a view of the cars down the back straight and around the first section of the corner.
What can I see?
Located on the outside of the circuit, this grandstand gives you a view of the full breaking zone and start of the corner. From the high speed back straight to a hard breaking zone and tight corner, this is a punishing place to make a mistake, though in recent years the addition of a asphalt run-area before the gravel has made it a little more forgiving.
What do I get with my ticket?
Latarale Parabolica 21a is reserved seating on Saturday and Sunday. The circuit operate a roving policy on Friday 4th September, giving you roaming access to all general admission areas and grandstands (with the exception of Centrale). All 3-Day tickets will have access to the Thursday Pit Lane Walk, subject to confirmation.
09 set 2019
Super easy bookings. Parabolica 21A seats were great! Great visibility of the track. Many stands to eat, drink. Toilets not too bad! It was great to have the big screen in front of us, easy to follow the race. Great atmosphere. Getting back from the track to the station was more complicated, so before you go, check the options!
05 set 2018
excellent seats in stand 21a. the bus and train access on race day has improved greatly from my previous experience 3 years ago - much less queuing.
05 set 2018
Fantastic weekend stayed in Lake Como but for qualifying trains didn't run as well to Monza. For Sunday's race all was well with trains and for 5 Euro per day you get a shuttle bus to and from track which is far better than walking ( used for sat & sun ) Getting into the track took time with obvious security check, we had tickets for Parabolica stand 21A. One issue is some people get confused with where they should be seating and there were no stewards to help you find your seats where in other venues plenty of stewards were about to help. Overall a fantastic experience especially beating Ferrari at their home grand prix.
05 set 2018
Monza had absolutely one of the best crowd atmospheres of any track I’ve attended. We sat in Parabolica 21A which had a good view and we saw lots of spins and good racing. Big screen was close and easy to view. One thing to note is that the tiered height of seats was lower down at the front and while we were in row I and it was ideal I would not have wanted to be in the first 4 rows as they were all much the same height and obscured by the barrier and fences. Monza was very easy and cheap to get to from Milano and surrounds. Disappointingly there was no free Wi-fi within the track. Fanzone was great but food options average and the ticketing chaotic.
03 set 2018
The race and everything was amazing it just wasn’t very nice to find out we had paid €80 to be told to stand on the grass as it was only “general admission “ I think we had been the only people to buy a ticket for general admission as there was no ticket scanning just people walking through what a mess it was, don’t think I’ll be back !
04 ott 2016
The Laterale Parabolica A (21a) is a great place to watch and enjoy the Monza Italian F1 GP. You can see several fights in the last corner of the circuit, off the tracks, etc, and everything "spiced" with the italian supporters (tifosis). It is typical that they allow the tifosi to enter into the circuit when the race is over so you can be very close to the podium and you can also collect some rubber from the F1 cars. The worst part was the service provided by BookF1, they changed the delivery date more than three times so finally I had to chandge the address of the delivery and also to go to the DHL postoffice to collect the tickets because if not they will be not on time before the trip to Italy. I have to say that I bought the tickets more than a month in advance as I had done in other circuits without any problem with the delivery on time. They also told us that they would send three McLaren F1 official lanyards, but they arrived after the race. So as you can understand, very unhappy with this webpage. The next time I will buy the tickets in advance directly with the circuit or in the F1 official page.
25 set 2016
Booked 3 day ticket. Everything spot on.
24 set 2016
We had an amazing time at Monza, although we were a bit weary at first after reading some reviews! We had an apartment in northern Milan a 5min walk to Gorla metro, then a short hop to Sestro FS, from there into the rail station and buy- I think 8 euro rtn ticket(buy enough tickets for all weekend to save queuing again), A train and bus ticket-5 mins on the train-follow the signs to the bus to get to the park. There is a 20-25min walk through the park to the circuit which for us was no problem. Seats at parabolica were fantastic and the bonus of a screen opposite! Even on the Sunday to and from the circuit was easy, well organised with plenty of buses back to the train station.Food and drink at the circuit was good and reasonably priced, unlike at Silverstone!! the only downside were the toilets, no problem with portaloos but there was no running water! wipes and anti-bac gel are a must! We were lucky enough to go to San Marino GP the following week and the loos there were great! Overall it was a fabulous experience were better to watch F1 than at Monza-Forza Ferrari!!
17 set 2015
Fantastic circuit steeped in history. bookF1 were superb. Plenty of communication and information about the race, getting there and facilities. Circuit facilities are very very antiquated. One small toilet block for the whole Parabolica grandstand and don't get me started on the ticket system for food/drink.
14 set 2015
We advised our travel dates & the tickets were delivered well before our departure. Our fifth time at Monza but the first with grandstand seats, now a necessity as there are few viewing areas beyond the grandstands. Excellent view of the back straight & entry into the Parabolica. We'd choose those seats again & would purchase through Bookf1.com. Excellent service.
12 set 2015
We were surprised how far it is to walk and you need to be fit, only disappointment in the area we were is that there are only two small toilets for the parabolic area 21>.
11 set 2015
Really enjoyed the race, however the track is tired and needs an overall. I thought that overall it was too expensive for food and drink. Would hate to see this iconic track disappear from our schedule, but it really does need money spent on it. I think also that transport to and from the track could be greatly improved.
08 set 2014
Cage and net makes it harder to see. Grandstands are very low.
08 set 2014
A good day out but never to be repeated. A long walk, not very well sign-posted. It is in the middle of a large park and the train drops you t one end and my seats were just about as far away as you could get. However, the Italian crowd was well behaved, noisy, happy. A nice day out ... Train from town was worth the trip. Big crowds on the way home added about 30 mins wait but that is expected. Didn't need earplugs with the new cars. Last GP was back in V10 days when you DID need them but these cars are quiet-ish. The addition of a map along with the tickets made like a little easier.
09 set 2013
Great race, good seats, would consider the general admission next time as a friend had several vantage points around the circuit and probably saw more!
16 ott 2012
Absolutely fantastic! Fantastic help, advice and support from bookF!.com. Highly recommended. We arrived at Milan Linate on Tuesday with a view to going to Milan for a few days, which was scuppered by the case not arriving and being told to wait at the hotel as it was coming - it didn't so eventually we drove back to Linate from Monza to find it, which we did. This had however, wasted our free day, Wednesday, but we were pretty chilled and staff at our Monza hotel had been exceptionally helpful (AS Monza Hotel - see my Tripadvisor review!). Thursday spent around Monza and eventually drove to the circuit (we had car park passes for Fri-Sun as I have problems walking) and were waved through and parked at area 8 or 9 (sorry). We sat in the race start grandstand as we were early and eventually followed the herd around the perimeter of the track to get to the pit for the Thursday Pit Lane Walk - the walk was agony for me and I think I found the only chair to sit on for a while, and continued and stopped where necessary, it was also very warm so I was having a tough time and scaring my husband but us F1 fans are determined!! The hoards were eventually let through the gates into the Pit Lane and that started off OK, didn't see many drivers but was happy walking along and having a look into the garages. I was able to sit on the pit wall as I needed. However, the nearer we got to the big name drivers the bigger the crush was and it actually got scary. Sadly I am not a little lady but I was nearly pushed over in the crush and had to call for help to my husband, we had got separated. A father with a child in a wheelchair was completely enveloped by the crowd and it really was no place for children. A very unsafe and unpleasant experience. If I went on a pit walk again I would avoid the main drivers and stick to the smaller teams. People we met did this and ended up having a conversation with Paul de Resta and seeing more drivers than we did! At the end of the Pit Lane we saw Mark Webber who was great, generous with his time, photos and being the nice guy he comes across as on track. Friday I spent in the pit straight grandstand again, with my camera trained on the pit garages. My husband went walkabout round to the Parabolica where we would be sitting for the race/qualy. Having read all the reviews on here we had raided the local supermarket and took our own food and drinks, which worked out fine. There were drink and food stalls dotted around the circuit, prices higher than the supermarket but not ridiculous, and you didn't have to carry it. A disappointment was the choice of memorabilia. Behind the main grandstand was the main area for buying authorised t-shirts, hats etc. Not one had Monza 2012 on it which was a disappointment and many of the others were available online, nothing 'Monza' - unless I missed something, over 4 days of looking!! Saturday we turned up, parked in the same place, for which we will be eternally grateful, and walked (slowly) to the Parabolica A grandstand. All the information I had got from the bookF1.com website had made the whole experience easy - like chucking people out of your seat!!!! I took inflatable cushions, the seats are metal and narrow, and it was very hot. No division between seat numbers and no shade so the hat came in handy! I had also taken ponchos but thankfully no need for them, I wouldn't have enjoyed being in an open stand in the rain, poncho or not. There were no handrails and the grandstand is quite steep. A HSE nightmare. I had chosen the Parabolica deliberately to see cars slow down and speed up on the way out and that was fine. A good enough view to know who you were looking at and a readable TV screen opposite. Little men spent all day, every day walking up and down the grandstands selling drinks. Come Sunday - race day - we drove to the circuit as we had been doing since Thursday, with a parking permit and as we turned down to the Villa Reale a Policeman waved us on to the next exit - panic!! We stopped and I told him in Italian that I had trouble walking and we had a permit and so he shouted 'OK, Invalido!!!' and we proceeded on the way we had used every day, now a completely empty road, and were parked at the main grandstand 15 minutes after we left the hotel. I cannot thank bookF1.com enough. I managed, eventually, to get round to the Parabolica having seen Kovalainen and Jaime Alguersuari arriving and the buzz was great. We got our seats, big banners and flags were taken down by public request so the view was good, you could see the cars coming into the corner and exiting. We saw the drivers on the flatbed trucks parading past, slowly enough to photograph and know who you were looking at! Sadly in the race Jensen broke down almost right in front of us, but on a positive note, it was interesting to watch. It was interesting to see the crowd reaction to the different drivers too. We were sitting mainly with Italian fans, who were lovely and offered to share their food with us. I think that's almost all - every day leaving wasn't a problem. We had to walk slowly but there was no pushing and shoving, no crush. When we finally got back to the car park, driving to the exit was much easier than getting out of Silverstone in the 1980's!! There were Porche races before the F1 GP but no other events. It's been a long time since we were at Silverstone but we remember fly pasts, historic cars, Formula races, and loads of stalls, books, memorabilia, tshirts, food, etc and there was none of that at Monza - we didn't mind, we'd gone to see the race so just reporting back. Go - and enjoy! ps - we didn't get to Milan, that's for another day. We did drive up to the Italian Lakes, only 30 miles away - but that's another story!
Phil and Fran from Guernsey C.I.
23 set 2012
As so many other reviewers have mentioned, the big downside to this event is the long walk through the park to get to the circuit. We went by train from Milan to Monza on the Friday and Saturday then there were free shuttle buses to take you to the park. Must be a 30 -40 min walk? On race day the train said Monza GP on the front so we thought that would get us closer. Fat chance! It took us right to the other side of the circuit and so it took us just as long to walk to find our seats at Parabolica 21. Once there however the view was first class although squashed. We took our own lunches so can't really comment. We were also prepared for the toilet facilities.
11 set 2012
Brilliant weekend - really enjoyed the experience and pleased with the view given the price of the tickets we paid. The facilities at the circuit did not cater very well for vegetarians (which we are) and were very expensive. However, we expected this so were prepared. Access was hard work - it was a very long walk from drop-off points to the circuit in very hot weather. However, the overall experience was so exciting have given it the 5 star rating.
14 set 2011
We were hoping to get an autograph which was not possible eventually. It was sad to see the drivers could not say hello to their fans - we had waited three quarters of an hour in sweltering heat to get Lewis's autograph when we were told he was going to be an extra half an hour... We had to abandon that plan. Our tickets were checked every time we were going in or out of the immediate circuit enclosure. We understood this was necessary for security reasons etc, but we nearly missed the start of the race! We had to queue to get in half an hour before the race, when the stewards took ages to check the tickets for several hundred people there. It was only because people started to push and shout that we were able to get in and see the start of the race. We found the facilities were very poor - the toilets were absolutely appalling! The ones built on the circuit were disgusting, whereas the portable ones did not have any hand washing facility. We were unable to wash our hands for whole days. Monza is a beautiful, historic circuit, but something ought to be done about the facilities there. It was not fair for the thousands of people who had paid to be there. The F1 officials should go out of the paddock area and see what the public have to put up with for their passion. We would never go back to Monza again; perhaps we will go to circuits where the F1 have got less of a following. The facilities may be better and the drivers may have a bit more time for their fans.
31 ott 2010
We had a wonderful time and our eats were great. We were based in Milan and it was a bit of a trek each day to get to n from the circuit, but more than worth it.
I bambini fino a 11 anni compiuti possono accedere alle zone Prato gratuitamente senza biglietto se accompagnati da un genitore con regolare biglietto.
I bambini fino a 11 anni compiuti hanno diritto a biglietti scontati per le tribune mentre, a partire dai 12 anni, devono acquistare un biglietto per adulti.
Biglietti per bambini non sono disponibili per i pacchetti hospitality e quindi bisogna acquistare un biglietto adulto.
Gli spettatori su sedia a rotelle possono accedere al circuito gratuitamente e non hanno bisogno di biglietto. La tribuna Vedano 25 è accessibile con sedie a rotelle ma gli spazi non possono essere riservati e sono assegnati all’arrivo. Un solo accompagnatore può accedere alla tribuna ma dovrà essere in possesso di un biglietto Prato. Un’area parcheggio gratuita per spettatori diversamente abili è disponibile vicino alla tribuna Vedano 25 e per accedervi è necessario mostrare l’apposito contrassegno rilasciato dalle autorità competenti.
Non tutte le zone del circuito sono accessibili con sedia a rotelle. Dall’ingresso principale è possibile accedere alle tribune che si trovano all’esterno del tracciato (1, 4, 5, 8a, 8b, 24, 25, 26a, 26b, 26c e gradinate 2, 3, 27) mentre si può raggiungere il centro del tracciato attraverso un tunnel (per le tribune 6a, 6b, 6c, 9, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 19, 20, 23a, 23b e VIP hospitality). Dall’ingresso vicino alla Parabolica è possibile accedere alle tribune 21, 21b, 21c, 21d, 21e, 22. Questa zona è collegata con il centro del tracciato solamente da un ponte pedonale e quindi non accessibile con sedia a rotelle. Dall’ingresso nord vicino a Biassono-Lesmo è possibile accedere a tutte le tribune all’interno del tracciato e dal lato dell’ingresso principale.
Solamente nella giornata di venerdì, i posti sulle tribune non sono numerati (ad eccezione della tribuna Centrale) e tutti gli spettatori con biglietti per le Tribune e per il Prato possono accedere a queste tribune. I possessori di biglietto per la tribuna Centrale possono accedere sola a questa tribuna per tutto il weekend.
I posti a sedere in alcune tribune sono in stile gradinate (posti in cemento). Queste sono:
Nella tribuna 8, la sezione “a” è posizionata nella parte superiore mentre la sezione “b” in quella inferiore. Nella tribuna 23, la sezione “b” è più vicina all’ingresso dei box della sezione “a”.
Il circuito di Monza è situato all’interno di un parco nazionale protetto. Per questo motivo, alcune zone potrebbero avere alberi che coprono parzialmente la vista. Se non sei sicuro di come sia la vista da una tribuna, contattaci per avere un consiglio sulle tribune migliori.
Importante - Alcuni biglietti possono essere emessi in formato elettronico stampato.
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