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F1 - Italian Grand Prix

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Viale di Vedano 5 Autodromo Nazionale Monza, 20900 Monza Italy
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Monza F1 racetrack, the Royal Palace, private guided tour
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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.
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Alan S wrote a review Mar 2020
Huron, Ohio462 contributions109 helpful votes
While in the area we decided to drive into the F1 shop. It's open year round and a good place for track souvenirs and gear. The staff girls are friendly and spoke good english, bought a hat and some patches.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ron H wrote a review Dec 2019
SAN DIEGO,CA349 contributions164 helpful votes
Located aways out of town in a large park like setting very cool indeed, but difficult to get to. The notes of previous reviewers are spot on as to being able to get to the track once you have arrived. You are forced to walk a good mile or more along soggy, uneven grass land, while a paved road is right next to the path but you are unable to access it due to some traffic. Seems that after all the years of racing they could at least allow a small cordone on the road for walking to track enterance. So all in all overlooking the in and out of the track, a great venue.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Richard K wrote a review Sep 2019
Assen, The Netherlands16 contributions6 helpful votes
Go with public transport, take a walk around the circuit. Bring your own food, Hope some ferrari wins to see the crowd go bananas. Dont leave at end of race, go sit some where and watch people take the circuit home ;)
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ukkelo wrote a review Sep 2019
Helsinki, Finland214 contributions92 helpful votes
We are an elderly couple with limited mobility and were concerned about how we can manage the logistics at Monza. We arrived around noon on Sunday. The taxi from Bergamo took us swiftly near to the camping area near to the entrance B. We decided to walk the few hundred meters left when the car queue stalled. My wife was inspected and her bottle of Fanta was confiscated while my stiffer drinks got through uninspected. There were queues after the inspection but we were allowed to pass as we do limp and she needs a walking stick. She was also helped to climb to our seats at the Piscina stand by the friendly personnel. I don’t know did it help that we both had newly bought Ferrari caps en route to the stand. Our exit was smooth too, say 600 meters to a bar where a ride back to Bergamo was arranged easily. I’d also recommend the Grandstand 5 Piscina. Near to the entrance to the circuit and the place to see who got the best start. A large screen ahead to follow the rest of the race. Seats yes, no chairs, no roof but a bargain for the price.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Andy D wrote a review Sep 2019
Milan, Italy4 contributions1 helpful vote
Arrived by train at Monza station and used the black line buses to get to the race course. This was brilliant. To get into Monza was awful, stood for 90 minutes while TWO people checked tickets to let you in at the Vedana entrance. Ridiculous, thousands of people were queueing, organisation was frankly rubbish. Security checks laughable. Not impressed by subsequent signage to find your grandstand. As a spectacle, not bad, as an exercise in shifting thousands of people, poor.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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