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The Ultimate Guide for MONACO GRAND PRIX F1


On this Insider Guide, I’m thrilled to be your guide to an extraordinary experience at the Monaco Grand Prix! As a long-time Monaco resident, a devoted fan of the race, and an organizer of luxurious hospitality events onboard magnificent superyachts for the past fifteen years, I’ve gained insider knowledge and invaluable insights that I can’t wait to share with you.

Monaco, renowned for its opulence, may seem like a destination exclusively reserved for the affluent. However, fear not! Even during the thrilling Formula 1 Grand Prix, you don’t need to be a mogul to revel in the excitement and create lasting memories. In fact, I’m here to prove that it’s entirely possible to have an amazing time at the Monaco Grand Prix without emptying your bank account. In this blog post, I’ll reveal my top tips and tricks on how to make the most of the event on a budget, ensuring an unforgettable experience that won’t leave your wallet gasping for air.

You can also read my other blog post on how to visit The cote d’azur on a budgetand if you plan of visiting Monaco and not attending the race here is my ultimate Monaco travel guide.

So, fasten your seat belts and get ready for a thrilling ride as we delve into the realm of the Monaco Grand Prix on a budget. Let’s unlock the secrets to a sensational experience that will have you reminiscing for years to come!

On this Guide:

  • Facts you need to know about Monaco GP
  • How to watch the race
  • Watch the race onboard a superyacht
  • Where to get Tickets
  • How to get free tickets
  • Should I bring the kids?
  • Where to stay
  • Getting there
  • What to bring, wear, pack.. 
  • The Program
  • Parties and after parties

Facts you need to know about Monaco GP

The Monaco Grand Prix holds an esteemed status as the pinnacle and most revered race within the illustrious “Triple Crown” of motorsports.

"Winning the Monaco Grand Prix is the highlight of any racing driver's career"

- Nico Rosbert

As Nico Rosberg once said, “Winning the Monaco Grand Prix is the highlight of any racing driver’s career”!

  • It is one of the most challenging tracks to drive because of its narrow streets, With its close barriers and unforgiving walls, the Monaco Grand Prix offers no room for mistakes. Even the slightest error in judgment or loss of concentration can result in a race-ending collision or damage to the car.
  •  Known as a street circuit, the tight, narrow layout winds through the streets of Monte Carlo, leaving no margin for error. The lack of runoff areas and minimal overtaking opportunities means drivers must take calculated risks, making split-second decisions as they navigate the tight corners, sharp hairpins, and elevation changes.

Must watch this video from Nico Rosberg (who is also a Monaco resident) and won this race three times, how he explains the challenges of the Monaco track!

  • Variable Weather Conditions: The unpredictable weather in Monaco can make the race even more challenging. A sudden downpour can turn the already demanding circuit into a treacherous obstacle course, testing the drivers’ ability to adapt to changing conditions on the fly. Rain can make the track slippery, reducing grip and increasing the likelihood of incidents. I must admit we are all secretly hoping for rain because that’s when the race gets more challenging and we get to see the most exciting drive moves! Although in the end.. all we want really are champagne showers!
  • The race consists of 78 laps and the average speed is 96 MPH!
  • Michael Shumacher still holds the record for the fastest lap time in Monaco in 2004 who finishes in 1:14:439 (seconds and miliseconds matter in this sport!)

There are many ways of watching the race, you can watch it on the stands, in a hotel balcony, on a building terrace and of course the favorite one is to watch it onboard a superyacht!

Monaco residents or companies that have terraces with track views usually rent their terraces or organize hospitality themselves where they provide catering of food drinks and entertainment.

Hotels that have a track-side view also organize packages, although the view in most cases is not superb. You can also rent a room with a track view for example the best ones are at the Fairmont Hotel and also the Hotel de Paris. The advantage of the Fairmont is that you get free access to Nikki Beach, so if you plan to do pool parties this is your best bet!

I watched it once from Hermitage and even though the lunch was fun the view was quite limited.

The most common way is to watch it from the stands, although there are many and in different locations and if you are not familiar with Monaco, you can learn all about the grand stands and location here.

The paddock club is the most social option, located in the port and near the pits its an open area with many places to lounge, gourmet cuisine eat, open bars relax, meet the drivers and other VIP celebrities. Tickets for this type of hospitality is around 7,000 USD but you can get authographs from the drivers after the race is done!

Insider tip:

To book a table at a restaurant that has track view and that way you only spend on lunch (around 100-300 euros) instead of paying for extra tickets. Here is a list with all the restaurants in pole position. Restaurants like Quai des artistes have great packages of food entertainment and great track views.!

If you can’t attend the race, no worries you can also live stream it from the comfort of your home.

Watch the race onboard a superyacht

The epitome of luxury and the ultimate viewing experience for the Monaco Grand Prix is undoubtedly from the deck of a yacht. However, renting a superyacht for the entire week comes with a hefty price tag of approximately 500,000 euros, not to mention the additional challenge of securing a berth at an extra cost. Actually securing the berth is one of the hardest things! We have been doing it for years, and yet every year is a gamble!

But fear not! You can still indulge in the opulence and live the dream of watching the Monaco GP from a yacht without breaking the bank. Our exclusive hospitality packages start from just 600 euros per day, offering a fraction of the cost while delivering an extraordinary and super-luxurious experience. Moreover, the most glamorous parties and after-parties take place right in the port, onboard these magnificent vessels, creating a truly magical atmosphere.

To ensure seamless access to the yachts, it’s important to note that all access from the port is blocked. The best way to board is by tender, either from La Rascasse or, ideally, from the Port of Fontvieille. However, keep in mind that there may be some “tender traffic,” so it’s wise to plan ahead for a smooth transfer.

A friendly tip: Brace yourself for a bit of turbulence during tender transfers from yachts at anchor or when coming across from Port Fontvieille. Expect a touch of sea spray and perhaps some unruly hairstyles, but the exhilaration of the experience more than makes up for it.

Last minute Yacht Deals:

Boat option 1:

35meter yacht we have THE BEST track view in the port (all other yachts would do anything to have our spot!) hospitality includes: tender pick up in Fontvieille, breakfast, lunch, aperitivo, tea -time, dinner, and evening party!

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Option 2:

50-meter yacht (a lot bigger) second-line view of the track and loads of entertainment for 2,500 euros.

Option 3:

A combination of race view on a huge terrace with panoramic views of the race followed by dinner and a party onboard a yacht on anchor for 2,000 euros!

Where to get Tickets

The best place to buy tickets is officially through the Automobile Club of Monaco, which can be accessed by clicking here. Avoid getting scammed by resellers or unofficial agencies.

Budget tip: The Monaco Grand Prix’s Sector Rocher is one of the cheapest general admission areas in the world, with tickets going for €120 on race day and just over €300 for the whole weekend.

How to get free tickets:

Companies like Netjets invite their clients and rent huge roof top terraces and have incredible entertainment packages.

If you own a yacht (or planning to buy one) reach out to your favorite broker, most brokerage houses in Monaco have nice views!

If you are a member of the Yacht club (or have a friend who is) ask him to invite you to watch the race from there where you have the best harbor views! This year they are also hosting a free party on Saturday!

There are a lot of companies hosting and entertaining clients so if you are a good customer make sure to reach out, remember if you don’t ask you don’t get!

Pro tip: There are FREE autographs sessions by the drivers in the Live fan zone in place d’armes and best part is that no ticket is required!

Where to stay

Hotels in Monaco get booked really quickly and usually those dates are overpriced, We have a great option where you can stay onboard a yacht for a cheaper price than any hotels so contact us for more info!

Budget tip: the best is to stay in the surrounding towns like Menton, Cap D’ ail, or Nice.

 Getting there

The best way from Nice to Monaco and to ensure you arrive on style is for sure by helicopter, which takes only 7mins from nice and costs less than 200 euros.

Parking- If you are hoping on a tender to your superyacht, the best way is to park in Fontvieille, come in early there are big parking like in Carrefour supermarket. Another big parking in Fontvieille is the Stadium parking. Parking can be a nightmare in Monaco during the GP so plan an alternative (and pack flat shoes and be prepared to walk)

Taxis – somehow there are not enough taxis in Monaco during events like this so trying to get one is a nightmare, and sometimes they can even scammed you and treat you like a dumb tourist so be careful!

Train- coming by train has its charms as well. Train tickets are less than €10 for a return trip from Nice or Ventimiglia if booked in advance, although prices do rise for on-the-day bookings. The trip takes 20 minutes from Nice or 36 minutes from Ventimiglia, and each journey showcases one of the most stunning stretches of coastline the region has to offer.

What to bring, wear, and not-pack..

The weather is like in May.. it May be sunny but it May also rain.. so be prepared for both!

If you are seating on the stands, they are not covered so be prepared!

  •     Cash – most places take card, but you never know!
  •     Headphones
  •     Flat shoes
  •     Hat
  •     Sunglasses
  •     Sunscreen
  •     Extra battery pack
  •     Rain jacket and/or umbrella

Do not bring strollers, scooters, scooter helmets, heavy backpacks, etc cause due to high security this won’t be allowed.

 Shoes  First of all you don’t need shoes onboard a yacht so don’t overthink your outfit shoes! Bring a second pair of flat shoes just in case, because once the race is finished the streets are still closed and you may need to walk a lot! Over 21 km of safety railing and 20,000 sqm of catch fencing is set up, so be ready to walk a lot!

The Program

The Automobile Club of Monaco has published a timetable that can be summarized below.

Thursday – The Formula 3 first taking to the city streets in the afternoon for a practice session ahead of Formula 2 and Porsche Supercup practice sessions. The circuit will reopen on Thursday at 19:30.

Budget tip: These are the cheapest tickets, so if you are on a budget you can still experience the Monaco vibes as low as 30euros!

Friday – On the first day of F1 action, there re Free Practice sessions, from 13:30 until 14:30 and from 17:00 until 18:00, with the circuit not opening again until 21:00.

Saturday – Starts with F3 and an F2 Sprint Race, separated by the third F1 Free Practice session and followed by the all-important Qualifying session from 16:00 until 17:00.

Sunday – It’s the big day! The circuit will be closed to the public from 5:00 on Sunday, May 28 to allow for F3, F2 and Porsche Supercup races to take place ahead of an F1 filled afternoon. A drivers parade will see the drivers take to the track one last time before the race, from 12:50 until 13:20.

The Monegasque National Anthem will proceed the Monaco GP, which will begin at 15:00. 78 laps of the city circuit will be raced or the race will finish after 120 minutes. After a series of on-track festivities, including a winner’s lap and the podium celebration, the circuit will reopen at 20:30.

Parties and after-parties

If I’m honest, we are not all here following closely the race 🙂 mostly is about the vibe, the excitement in the air, the entertainment, and THE PARTIES!

Steps for the ideal Monaco experience:

Step 1: Watch the race

Step 2: Go for a nice dinner (Buddha bar, La Mome, Le Grill..)

Step 3: Party onboard a yacht

Step 4: Join the Dj Party

Step 5: Go to Sass Cafe

Step 6: Follow the after party

Monaco’s nightlife during the Grand Prix comes alive with vibrant energy, offering unforgettable experiences at renowned nightclubs like Amber Lounge, Sunset, Jimmy’z, and Twiga.

Arguably the most fun party in Monaco! Best way to arrive is by tender of course (but make sure you bring cash!) it’s a BEACH party so no heels! Arrive early cause sunset as the name implies is the most fun! It’s a great place to meet people (and no so loud like other clubs) but the music is more chill loungy and not a real dance club.



The most famous nightclub in Monaco is Jimmy’z , its literally a legend! Super glam and its iconic dance floor could tell many stories! Here is where the best DJs play and has the best high energy atmosphere. Also its super hard to get in so either come in super early or book long in advance.

 Amber Lounge

Some call it the ultimate party destination during the Monaco Grand Prix, Amber Lounge the party where celebrities and F1 drivers go. With its glamorous ambiance, live performances by international artists, and a buzzing atmosphere, it offers an exclusive VIP experience where you get a chance to rub shoulders with the who’s who of the racing world! Tables start around 30K and its usually sold out so make sure you book in advance.


Flabios Briatore’s restaurant (near Cipriani) has the best of Italian cuisine, exotic cocktails, and an electrifying club scene where you can both eath there and then party! The ambiance and décor are very unique so is a must-visit if you want a sophisticated nightlife experience.

OK Ciao Bye

I hope you enjoyed this guide?

With all the above being said, we can conclude that The Monaco Grand Prix is a celebration of speed, luxury, and history, captivating the hearts of motorsport enthusiasts and thrill-seekers!

From its legendary circuit to the glamorous ambiance of Monte Carlo, the race embodies the perfect fusion of high-octane action and opulent indulgence “A little party never killed nobody”

So whether you’re dreaming of witnessing the race firsthand, getting your superyacht experience with us, or simply immersing yourself in its allure from afar, join us as we embark on an unforgettable journey through the storied history and irresistible charm of the Monaco Grand Prix!

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    Palm Beach travel blog

    The exclusive and sophisticated yachting destination: Palm Beach 

    My luxury travel guide to Palm Beach


    With Palm Beach International Boat Show (PBIB) underway, I want to shed some light on one of my favourite yachting hotspots. After studying at the University of Miami and spending multiple summers here, there is a piece of me that will always be in Palm beach. I always love visiting and who knows perhaps one day I will retire there! 


    Palm Beach is one of America's most glamorous resort towns and THE place to be in Florida; whether you want luxury shopping, amazing beaches, gourmet fine dining experiences or yacht charter opportunities, Palm Beach offers something for everyone; here are some of my top luxury travel tips. 


    If you want to know where to stay, what to do, where to shop and what to eat? Read on! 


    Sleep in luxury 

    Some of my closest family and friends live in Palm Beach, so I usually stay with them, but sometimes I treat myself as Palm Beach is home to some of the most luxurious hotels in the world, and these hotels will take your trip to the next level. 

    Opening later this year is The Vineta Hotel, by the Oetker Collection. It was the historic Chesterfield, a landmark boutique hotel in the heart of Palm Beach that sold last year. Back in 1991, Palm Beach designated this building to a landmark meaning that the iconic pale pink and mediterranean architecture will stay. Another, similar pink exterior is The Colony, an iconic and historic luxury hotel; I love these pink vibes! 


    For a stay at an outstanding resort, head to The Breakers, founded in 1896, while having been rebuilt twice since, the rooms boast complete opulence. For the ultimate relaxation for your accommodation in Palm Beach is the Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa; set on acres of private beach with five-star facilities. A massage here is the dream! 


    Enjoy the beaches

    The pristine, long, sandy beaches line Palm Beach make for a great day out. Whatever you do here, make sure you enjoy at least a few of them! To enjoy the sunshine and ocean, you can rent a beach cabana for the day to relax or have an active day renting out some jet skis. 


    One of my favourites is Juno Beach, just north of Palm Beach; it is a great surfing spot but the reason I love it, isn’t for my questionable surfing abilities but because it is also home to the Loggerhead Marinelife Center! This non-profit organisation dedicates its time to the conservation of sea turtles. Another favourite is Lantana Beach, which is more secluded and less crowded for a more chilled-out day on the beach. 


    Get out on the water

    Why not charter a yacht here to enjoy the ocean from the ocean? As a yachting hub, there are plenty of yachts to choose from in Palm Beach. It is the ultimate luxury travel experience, so jump onboard!  


    You can cruise the Intracoastal or even head to island hop in The Bahamas or the Florida Keys. Whether you are looking for a day trip or a longer trip, I can help you find the ideal yacht charter from Palm Beach, from a dayboat to a superyacht. 


    There is so much to do on a yacht charter around Florida, from snorkelling and diving, beach days and fishing to simply enjoying the coastal exploration in style and comfort. I can create you the ultimate Palm Beach itinerary to enjoy yachting here. 


    Shop till you drop 

    Worth Avenue on Singer Island is a globally renowned shopping destination full of luxury boutiques and designer stores. It oozes charm with its iconic and historical architecture. Kassatly’s is the oldest store here, dating back to 1923 and today they specialise in their personalised service selling the finest linens and designer lingerie. 


    From luxury fashions to fine jewellery, galleries and restaurants, Worth Avenue is a great place to wander, shop and people-watch. 


    Choose from Gucci, Tiffany’s, Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Hermes and Bottega Veneta and many more - a true shopper's paradise! There are plenty of VIP experiences to be had here; for example, you can create your own printed shift dress at the Worth Avenue Lilly Pulitzer store. 


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    You will never go hungry or thirsty in Palm Beach and you will be spoilt for dining choices here. It is home to the best fine dining, with its culinary scene at the heart of the city. Within the historic Brazilian Court Hotel Cafe Boulud, Chef Daniel Boulud creates award-winning French-American cuisine, focusing on seafood with a distinctive South Florida twist.

    Eating dinner with a side of waterfront views is easily done in Palm Beach; the members club with a speakeasy-style bar at 1000 North is perfect for views and cocktails. As well as the Palm Beach Yacht club with views of the Intracoastal as you enjoy their gourmet dishes. I love dining out here! 


    For a sustainably-minded experience, book a table at Lionfish in Delray Beach. This restaurant, named after the invasive reef fish, serves up the pesky Lionfish, amongst other sustainable, modern cuisine, with local and seasonal ingredients in a casual setting. 


    Palm Beach is the ultimate location for sundowners, and my favourite is at the famous Breakers Resort. Virginia - the sommelier here - travels worldwide, bringing the best wines to Palm Beach - enjoy a cold glass, or two, while watching the sunset. 



    I hope this guide gave you an insight into one of my favourite places! Whether you want to charter a yacht there or just want a chat about the area, I love sharing my knowledge with others, so get in touch! 


    A little bit about me and how it all started

    My Background

    My name is Marcela, I am a Monaco Resident Business Consultant in the yachting Industry. I’m an avid business traveler who is passionate about all the amazingness that lies at the intersection of business, cultures and relationship building.

    I was born in Guatemala, and I have had the great luck to have studied, lived and worked all over the world including Miami, Dubai, London,Boston and my current home: Monaco.

    These combined experiences propelled my career in business development consulting in the Yachting Industry.

    As a consultant, I travel for work a lot, which has helped me gain valuable experience and knowledge on doing business with different cultures, which I would love to share with the world.

    I am the proud mother of a beautiful daughter who gives me the strength to be a working mom and the inspiration to go out and work hard every day!

    How I started

    I started working as a global sales rep for an underwater lights company, for a yachting company that allowed me to travel around the world for business,I always managed to combine both Business & Pleasure.

    A valuable gold nugget I learned, is that ‘ is not what you know, nor who you know, but how good are you at managing cultural differences’ therefore cultural sensitivity is a main point on this blog.

    There are millions of travel bloggers but not so many ‘Business Travel’ Bloggers for those travelling for work, and since I literally lived in a plane and hotels, I started sharing my tips on how I was implementing business strategies learnt on my MBA, combined with cultural sensitivity tips and travel hacks for airport lounges, meetings rooms, etc..

    Sharing my insights through my business travels across the world about how to do business with different cultures and in different languages,  is my hobby to do while I am alone travelling the world for work.

    I want to inspire yacht & business owners with added value insights. Be the voice of the yachting industry to make a change.

    Bring the right people together to challenge established thinking and drive transformation.



    I have an MBA from Hult International Business School in Boston, which is rated ‘the most international University in the world’ and a Bachelor in Science in Business Administration (BSBA) with a major in Finance, from the International University of Monaco.

    I have a huge interest in cultures therefore I speak six languages (Spanish, English, French, Italian, Portuguese and German)

    I am the founder and first president of Young Professionals in Yachting (YPY) Monaco; where we shared the vision of networking of young ethical professionals to share yachting knowledge. My business acumen and yachting passion, fold well together with our vision to improve the yachting industry from an ethical responsibility and more sustainable approach.

    I was the commercial director for ICON Yachts a shipyard in the Netherlands. I have seen the industry as a supplier, yacht manager,  shipyard, marina and now as a consultant , professor, and owners rep.

    Proud to be the author of the first textbook ever written about The Superyacht Industry in collaboration with almost 100 experts who design, build, buy, sell, equip, support, operate and manage the world’s largest yachts. They are sharing their experience and true gold nuggets of information that will give you years of competitive advantage in understanding the superyacht industry. They call it  “the yachting bible” but in fact, it is, the state of the art reference for the yachting industry.


    I am proud to be one of the co-founders of AMLA (Association Monegasque pour l’Amerique Latine) A non-profit Association with aim to promote socio-cultural exchange between Latin American countries and the Principality of Monaco.
    We are five Monaco Residents of Latin origin who decided to make an impact in the world and organize events to help the countries we come from.


    To my Community:

    Welcome to all travellers, long and short-haul. To the weary, the wise and bleary-eyed. To the suits, weekenders, the yachties, fashionistas, working moms and affair-havers.

    To the explorers, adventurers, yacht owners and dreamers.

    To all locals of the world from Boston to Monaco and Guatemala.

    To all who are independent yet united in a desire for thriving in business and culture awareness.

    To all mobile citizens of the world,




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