Located opposite the famous Casino de Monte Carlo, Grandstand B overlooks the Casino Square where drivers navigate the intricate Casino Corner before continuing down the hill to Mirabeau.
28 mag 2019
My wife and I enjoyed an amazing weekend at the Monaco Grand Prix. The tickets arrived in plenty of time and the views were great. We watched qualifying at Casino Square, which was incredible and watched the race in T1, where there wasn't the best view if the track action but we got brilliant views of the pit lane action. For the best view of the pits and the cars coming around from the swimming pool, you need to be in seats 1 - 10 in T1 from row J upwards. We viewed Fridays free entry action from the swimming pool stand L, where you get a great view of the track and the pits. That said, we wouldn't change a thing from this trip, it was amazing, thank you BookF1.
28 mag 2019
My husband and I treated my 22 year old son (motor head) to see the practice on Thursday in Monoco. We sat in Tribune B and the view was perfect. My son is an avid photographer and really enjoyed capturing this special event. I wish there were a way we could sit in five different locations at the same time, it was that amazing and fun. We also very much enjoyed the Porsche practice as well, was surprisingly entertaining. The staff was very friendly. It was a little bit of a jigsaw puzzle to get to the tribune, but looks because of construction going on.
28 mag 2019
Book F1 was quality service, prompt communication, good seat location. But the best overall experience would be two days with one on a yatch with a party, and car service to Monaco, if not staying there. The train service leaving, even a little early was awful crowded mess on the train. The race up close is amazing, but a parade at times.
27 mag 2019
Incredible weekend at the Monaco Grand Prix, booked the tickets before Christmas and they arrived in good time before the race. Stayed in Nice and travelled in each day, no problems getting in any day, only after the race I would say it was at its busiest though it still only took us an hour from leaving seats to on the train back to Nice, so not to bad. Atmosphere is unrivalled, close to the action and walking the track on Friday afternoon was something I will never forget seeing all the Iconic sights. If your a formula 1 fan and haven’t been to Monaco put it on your list, it can be done relatively cheaply if your smart about it. We are already considering going back next year!!
30 mag 2018
Me and my boyfriend loved the whole experience, it was definitely worth paying the extra to sit in the grandstands, the only disappointment was having to pay BookF1 £80 to pickup the tickets that I had purchased after paying a lot of money for the tickets,
30 mag 2018
Ordering the tickets was incredibly straightforward. Communication via email was simple pre and post booking. We booked 2 tickets in Stand B opposite the Casino. Both seats were together, half way up the stand on row P - great seats and surprisingly comfortable for a temporary scaffold. Great view of the TV screen, fantastic sound system in French, Italian and English via the huge speakers there - and the view is great. You see less of the cars than you would in, say Tribune O, but its iconic where we were. There are toilets within the gated area and a small cafe providing food and drink just at the back of the stand. A coke 7 Euros and a Sandwich 17 Euros - we found a small stand a little further way for a quarter of those prices - key is to wander around. Train from Nice was fine albeit busy and only cost Euro 3.50 each way. Hotels offer reasonable transport too. We visited Monaco on the "Free Friday" - what an amazing way to get used to the place, the circuit and visit all the stands for free whilst watching the Renault and Porsche races (hence how we could compare each stand to Tribune B). The tickets arrived in plenty of time along with their holders, ear plugs etc. Would definitely recommend this company.
30 mag 2018
This was a 60th birthday present for my partner and initially I didn't have a clue about Formula 1, what tickets to book, or where to get them from and it took a while to google lots of information in terms of where to stay, where the best places where to get tickets from. Book F1.com came up as a reputable agency. I took lots of advice and as I wanted my partner to experience the race days from different view points so I booked Tribune B (Monte Carlo Casino) for the Thursday (there were no seat reservations for this day so you just sit anywhere), Friday was free entry to the track so you could sit in any Tribune, Saturday was qualifying day so I booked Tribune K (Low) which faces the harbour and on the race day itself on Sunday I booked Tribune T (High). As I had booked tickets for Saturday and Sunday I also received 2 passes to 'walk the pits' on Friday afternoon from 2.30pm - there is no F1 action on the Friday so when all the non F1 racing was finished you can also walk the track. You do not have to book the same Tribune for Saturday and Sunday in order to receive the pit pass - I was initially told you had to do this and it clearly was incorrect as I did receive the pit passes even though I had booked different Tribunes for the weekend. This was our first experience at a Grand Prix and it was pretty amazing. As my partner is the one who is the enthusiast I asked him where he thought the best view point was and although he thought Tribune B was iconic as you face the Monte Carlo Casino, he actually thought Tribune K was the best in terms of seeing the most of the track. Tribune T was ok as it did face the pits and I paid extra to sit high up but to be honest, we hardly saw the cars on the track because we were so far away. Would not book Tribune T high again. Would just go with the K Tribune as the atmosphere facing the harbour was pretty good. Through my research I also discovered 'The Paddocks' - this is where all the drivers mobile homes are and where all the media hang out. You can walk right down alongside the paddocks as it's on the circuit and you can stand in front of your favourite teams pad in the hope you see your favourite driver. I wasn't that bothered but my partner was interested so we hung out there for a while. We also stayed in Nice and travelled into Monaco each day by train. We booked an apartment through 'Pebbles Nice' - this is an agency which manages apartments for private owners. Really reasonable prices and a lot cheaper than staying in a hotel and definitely cheaper than staying in Monaco! We flew from Newcastle to Heathrow and then onwards to Nice - just £350 return for both of us ( I did book the flights around 5 months in advance though through British Airways - very generous luggage allowance too). There is an airport bus No.98 which costs 6 euros per person and will pretty much drop you off close to anywhere you need to be in Nice. I made it into a holiday and we arrived 4 days before the racing started and as I write we are still here! Bus service No.12 run regularly from the Promenade Des Anglais to the Nice Ville railway station for just 1.50 euros. The train from Nice Ville railway station runs regularly to Monaco and they put on extra trains on the racing weekend - takes around 20 minutes from Nice to Monaco. The cost each way is 4 euros. We took some really good advice and went to the railway station in advance and booked all the return railway tickets that we needed for each race day from the ticket office. This way, there was no queuing up at the station on race days. Getting back to Nice from Monaco on race days was ok too - the trains were pretty full and the final race day was challenging! However, the Monaco police were clearly used to this and at the end of the actual race day, they only allowed around 300 people at a time into the railway station at Monaco - they timed it so a train was arriving as people descended onto the platform. Pretty impressed at the organisation of it all to be honest. Also, when you get off the train at Monaco all the Tribunes are well sign posted in the railway station itself. We went up the day before all the racing started just to check everything out and I'm glad we did as we were able to walk the entire track given it is set up in the middle of a city so all the roads were still open. Amazing experience for a novice - my partner was thrilled to bits and we have fallen in love with Nice, Monaco and Cannes. You can actually get to Cannes from Nice on the No. 200 bus for just 1.50 euros too and you can also get to Monaco on the No.100 bus for 1.50 euros and the views are just spectacular on that route. However, don't go to Monaco by bus on race days - definitely go by train! The Book F1 team were great and talked me through all the ticket options - they arrived in good time before we travelled and there were no issues at all when presenting them at the different Tribunes. Great experience all round - and yes, we are definitely going back next year :-)
06 giu 2017
What a great experience at the Monaco GP. The service I received from BookF1 was exceptional even changing my request the day the sent out the tickets. Great service and very prompt with any queries I had. I was seated in Casino square and it was a great view with a big screen opposite. The park area behind the stand was also a good bonus. Not to be missed is the pit lane and track walk on Friday.
02 giu 2017
After years of dreaming, Thursday 25 May 2017 was the day where I finally set foot on the famous Montecarlo circuit for the race I always dreamed to attend. As usual, Book F1 were the best by providing me the seats exactly where I wanted so I would like to yet again thank all of their excellent staff for their excellent work. :D
31 mag 2017
Monaco is wonderful every year, and when it is sunny, it is a fabulous F1 race weekend. The seating arrangements were just as I expected...thank you bookf1.com!! Maybe I will try to upgrade next year? :) Two Recommendations - First, tickets are expensive (most costly race on the F1 schedule), so ear plugs and lanyards with plastic ticket protectors should be automatically included as part of the ticket purchase. And it helps you advertise bookf1.com with minimal cost to you. Second, street closures make navigating Monaco and parking a challenge. Include street closure times and which streets are closed in the race package. This will help your ticket holders get to where they want to be on time. Monaco has been closing most of the same streets, at the same times, every year. Yet, most visitors or outsiders don't have the same information the locals do.
29 mag 2017
Really easy to purchase tickets through BookF1.com. We booked fairly last minute so we had to pick up our tickets...we did find the collection point but it was tucked away within the streets of Monaco. On the practice day we had purchased K3 tickets. This was a great view over the harbour front and you can get really close to the track. There are toilets and drinks underneath the stands so it was ideal. Saturday we had tickets for the rocher secteur...obviously this is much further away being up in the old town of Monaco but it has breathtaking views and you can see a lot of the track rather than just a section. I was really pleased to see bag checks and security on stand by and at every entrance point to the trackside. Couldn't fault the trip...one tip is to get the train early! We were completely squished on the first day and that was 8.30 am!
29 mag 2017
A fantastic F1 experience at one of the calendar's must see races
29 mag 2017
First of all I'm super happy that I ordered the Monaco Grand Prix 2017 tickets from BookF1.com! The transaction was easy, the tickets arrived early, even after I had moved to an other state in U.S.A. and needed to change the address. - It was seamless! Also, I was happy that BookF1.com sent me a map of the Monaco Circuit ,plus a schedule. I talked to an other couple, who did not know about the Friday Pit Walk at all. They missed all the fun!! I got so many autographs! ---- I am extremely happy with BookF1.com, and will recommend it to anybody.
28 mag 2017
Brilliant Book F1 again. We stayed in Nice only 20 mins on a train to Monaco, cost for 4 days was 62 € for 2 adults. 8 journeys and had a seat every day. Sunday queued for about 30 mins but at the end of the race on Sunday we were back in Nice within 1 hour. On the Thursday we were in tribune L had a great view and really close to the cars. The stand was nearly full with people going to the far left for picture opportunities. Friday was the pit lane walk we arrived at 2 pm and the gates opened 30 minutes later. You must bring either your Saturday or Sunday ticket or NO entry. Saw lots of the drivers and got several autographs . Good time had by all. After this the track is opened , this is really unusual, we walked the whole 2 mile circuit and on the way saw lots of ferraris bentleys and rollers it was amazing to see all the wealth driving around. We walke in and around the harbour seeing the worlds best yachts and a few celebrities. Saturday in tribune K1 right at the back wow what a view and if you turn around you can see them coming out of the pits. Take some binoculars and watch the wealthy having fun on the yachts but in my opinion not real fans as most of f them were on the phone or looking in the mirrors at themselves,,,, great views again. Sunday race day was my 50th birthday treat so we were in tribune B Casino square and thank you Book F1 as my ticket as requested was 2nd row from the back brilliant views of the Casino and hotel de Paris....iconic to say the least. This is my 10th F1 GP around the globe and this is a MUST.
08 giu 2016
Well what an amazing weekend myself and my Wife had at the Monaco GP, On the Friday we went to Monaco and saw the GP2 race and Porsche Super Cup qualifying, On the Friday we sat in many different grandstands as everyone is free to move around and sit anywhere on this day, We then went to the stage area where some of the drivers were being interviewed and even managed to get some autographs! In the afternoon there is a pit lane walk for Saturday and Sunday ticket holders, It was very busy but well worth it! We got to see all the garages and mechanics preparing the cars and doing pit stop practices, we even saw several drivers too. On the Saturday we had tickets to sit a Tribune V on the Anthony Nogues corner to watch Free Practice 3 and Qualifying, We had amazing seats, we could see the Anthony Nogues corner and the pit lane entrance. On the Sunday for the race we sat at Tribune B at the Casino, Once again, amazing seats and had a great view of the track. We were very impressed with the organisation of the GP in Monaco, Plenty of toilets everywhere, Plenty of merchandise to buy and plenty of places to eat / drink. It was very busy especially on the Saturday and Sunday, We used the train to get to Monaco from Cagnes Sur Mer. Very busy but well worth it and the train station is very well organised. We both had an amazing time, I definitely recommend the Monaco GP!!
01 giu 2016
Another great trip to the Monaco GP, fantastic seats on Casino square
31 mag 2016
Tribune B is only a block of seats, great position but no facilities, you have to buy any food drink etc before accessing the stand, Toilets etc non-exitent so plan your viewing carefully. We will go again but sit near the pits and everyone else, we felt away from the activities.
31 mag 2016
we had a Fantastic day ! this was the 1st time i had been to an F1 weekend since 1985 British GP as a youngster and now bought my son to his first F1 experience at Monaco whilst on holiday in the area . Cannot fault anything Tickets arrived in plenty of time along with the information pack,truly excellent service and cannot wait for next years Monaco tickets to be released which i will be using Bookf1.com to book again
31 mag 2016
A wonderful experience to go to this race weekend, a real party atmosphere. Used the train to get to and from Monaco from Nice, which is heavily used at peak times.
Mr. Michael Windsor
30 mag 2016
Unfortunately it was raining when we tried to use umbrellas, we were told We are not allowed to use umbrellas on the stand we were told possibly we can buy rain protection from outside when we went out they were sold. If we new these restrictions in advance we would have been prepared in advance.
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Children aged between 6 to 15 years old are entitled to free General Admission or Grandstand entrance on Thursday (a ticket is still required) and a 50% discount on ticket prices for the Saturday and Sunday. Please note that this is not applicable for hospitality packages.
The organisers ask that spectators do not bring children aged 5 and under because of the high noise levels. However, at parent's discretion, children aged 5 and under can enter grandstands free of charge without a ticket if they sit on a parent's lap.
Identification may be required on the day for child ticket entry.
A wheelchair-accessible area at the circuit is managed directly by l'Association monégasque des handicapés moteurs. Please contact us if you require more information. The association has advised they expect passes for this area to be available from January 2020.
All tickets for the Monaco Grand Prix are available for individual days (Thu, Sat or Sun) and grandstand tickets can also be bought as two-day (Sat-Sun) or three-day (Thu-Sat-Sun) packages. There is no Formula 1 track activity on Friday 22nd May and access to the venue is free.
Tribune L Low is located in rows A-D, Tribune O Low are rows A-J and Tribune T Low are rows A-M - all other rows in these stands are classified as High. Please be aware that views from lower rows are more likely to include safety fencing. Tribunes L High and T High have views into certain areas of the pits. Unlike previous years, Grandstand K is not split into High and Low rows. The organisers have advised this is due to the increased attractiveness of lower rows following improvements to the port.
As in previous years, a pit walk will take place on Friday afternoon. This will be available for customers who have booked 2 or 3 day tickets in the same grandstand. These ticket holders will receive "pit access" tickets automatically with their tickets.
The 'Le Rocher' General Admission area offers hillside viewing and the natural rough and in some places steep terrain may not suit all spectators. We recommend arriving early in Le Rocher to get the best viewing experience as the area can become very crowded particularly on Sunday.
A limited number of Gold and Silver tickets are available in select grandstands and offer spectators access to privileged seating areas within their chosen grandstand. Fans that purchase Gold and Silver tickets as part of two-day (Sat-Sun) or three-day (Thu-Sat-Sun) packages will also be eligible for additional benefits, namely pit walk access and a piece of merchandise. Please click on each package to see what's included.
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