The countdown is on for the 78th edition of the Formula One Grand Prix this May.
Everything you could possibly need to know about the Monaco Grand Prix:
Venue: Monte-Carlo Location: Monaco Currency: Euro Time zone: CET Travel: Plane, Helicopter, Yacht, Car, Taxi, Train, Bus Participants: 10x Formula 1 Liveries Visitors: Due to the ongoing Covid pandemic, the Monaco Grand Prix will be held at half capacity in 2021 Services: 2-day VIP Packs with 3 Hospitality Programmes, Charles Leclerc Fan Experience, Media Centre, Boat shuttle
After being cancelled last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Monaco Grand Prix is back with a bang in 2021. The most important event of the year in the principality, this year’s race promises to be bigger and better than ever before with high-speed action on the track, plus an exciting mix of exclusive parties, charity events and live entertainment off the track.
This year’s event kicked off in April with the 12th edition of the Historic Monaco Grand Prix. Renowned amongst car enthusiasts, the biannual Historic Grand Prix is a showcase for the most prestigious collection of classic cars in the world. With over 180 drivers and cars lined up to compete this year, the 2021 edition of the Historic Grand Prix promises to be an event to remember for racing fans.
Four weeks after the Historic Grand Prix, join the party from the 20th-23rd May as the biggest names in Formula 1 racing head to Monaco for four days of nonstop action and excitement. Held in Monte Carlo since 1929, this classic race sees 20 elite drivers race through the narrow streets of the principality as they battle it out for pole position in Port Hercule.
This year sees a new addition to the weekend with the creation of the brand-new Charles Leclerc Grandstand located at the Tabac curve between Turns 12 & 13. Designed to allow fans to get closer to Monaco’s homegrown champion, this very special VIP experience includes a signed Leclerc cap and shirt plus the opportunity to enjoy a Zoom call with the Ferrari driver himself during the weekend.
Of course the Monaco Grand Prix is much more than a sports event. After hours, the action shifts off the track with a glamorous mix of VIP events, parties and live entertainment on offer across the principality. With so much to enjoy, there’s no better way to make the most of race week than with an unforgettable stay on the French Riviera.
To select a venue for your trip, simply check out our selection of unique spaces in and around Monaco below and then click through to check pricing and availability before confirming your reservation on our website in 3 easy steps :
Ideally located between Nice and Monaco, this stylish modern villa is situated on the beautiful Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat peninsula. Set against a backdrop of the Mediterranean, the 5-bedroom villa is surrounded by over 3000m² of beautifully landscaped gardens. Featuring a rooftop terrace of 120m² plus a huge outdoor swimming pool, this contemporary villa will be the perfect home away from home during race week.
Endless Blue- a stunning Villa in Eze Set in a private domain high in the hills above Eze Village, this breathtaking villa offers sweeping views of the coastline and the Mediterranean beyond. With 8 bedrooms, the villa can accommodate up to 16 guests and offers a wealth of leisure and entertainment facilities including a Jacuzzi, Home Cinema and gym plus a 24m infinity pool which is suspended above sea level. An ideal base for Grand Prix fans, the villa’s sleek sports boat is available for easy guest transfers to and from Monaco during the weekend.
The Chaplaincy - Authentic Luxury in Roquebrune-Cap-Martin A truly exceptional venue with a long and colourful history, the Chaplaincy is a wonderful haven of peace and tranquility just minutes away from the principality of Monaco. Set in spectacular grounds overlooking Monte Carlo, the house features a spacious living area with accommodation for 14. With multiple terraces for outdoor living plus a heated swimming pool, this enchanting space promises an unforgettable stay on the French Riviera during Grand Prix week. '