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Monza F1 racetrack, the Royal Palace, private guided tour

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Monza has a medieval town center since it was the base of the Longobard kingdom in the 5th and 6th century. During this tour, we will see the splendid 14th century Cathedral of Monza, then we will walk to the park of Monza - a green wide 700 ha. park which also houses the famous 17th century Royal Villa built during the Austrian kingdom. The royal villa hosted the Austrian emperors, Napoleon Bonaparte, the queen of Austria, the Italian king Umberto, and many other famous people of the past. You will also enter to the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza F1 famous racetrack seeing the tribunes and the main turns, not going along the track but only along the perimeter. This is a private guided tour only for your group. It is also possible to rent bikes to go around the park seeing the old racing cars circuit.
$93.40 per adult
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Daniel19721972 wrote a review Apr 2018
Leuven, Belgium739 contributions325 helpful votes
It is a big square with a car park underneight, the square has some ugly buildings to take the stairs down. The statue on the square is nice but due to the hight, it takes away the view on the square.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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Baross wrote a review Dec 2017
Spikkestad, Norway1,342 contributions131 helpful votes
On my first visit to Monza with no idea what should meet me I after leaving the train I come into this nice square. Not special much people here this sunday I was alone. Should go to info center for picking up map so I had a little control but it was closed strange in my head but maybe Monza is not the place to go if You not are fan of motor sport. I like this memory sculpture who was in honour for people from Monza killed under the first world war and later for all war. I didnt use long time there only took many photo for the memory book of the visit.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Anastazija A wrote a review Apr 2017
282 contributions61 helpful votes
Big squere with huge monument in center of city. Very nice in evening. Interesting and important place for visite.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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Don B wrote a review Aug 2016
Sydney, Australia4,921 contributions347 helpful votes
Piazza Trento e Trieste at Monza is noted for its monumental memorial, originally dedicated to the men of Monza who fell during the First World War, and later re-dedicated to the fallen of all wars. It is truly monumental and highly expressive when you recall that the Italians were attacking uphill against well entrenched Austrian soldiers. The carnage was enormous.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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BobC558 wrote a review Apr 2016
New York City, New York323 contributions210 helpful votes
This is a lovely Piazza in the center of Monza. What makes it stand out for me is the incredible statue in the middle of the space. It is huge, dramatic and a piece of art that I will never forget!
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Date of experience: April 2016
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