Monaco Grand Prix
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The 2020 Monaco Grand Prix is held at the Monte Carlo Circuit from 22 – 25 May 2020! The most prestigious event of the year!
Monaco Grand Prix
- Venue: Circuit de Monaco
- Destinations: Monaco
- Date: 22 – 25 May 2020
The Monaco Grand Prix is everything that we love about Formula One racing: daring speeds, glitz, glamour, passion and noise. And with the cars never too far from the barriers, there is even a thrilling hint of danger.
Hosted each year at the Circuit de Monaco and run since 1929; the Monaco Grand Prix is thought to be the most prestigious Motorsport event in the world.
The tricky course is in the city streets and features heart-pumping elevation changes, tight corners, and a tunnel. This makes it one of the most demanding tracks in Formula One. Despite the relatively low average speeds; it is a dangerous place to race and often involves the intervention of a safety car.
The Grand Prix weekend sees scores of spectators crowd around the Monaco Circuit on temporary grandstands, balconies, and rooftops. Yachts fill the harbour as celebrities arrive to take their share of the action. From watching precision machines roar around the circuit to people-watching the rich and famous, experience the thrill of the Monaco Grand Prix for yourself.
All the glitz and glamour of Monaco itself adds to the excitement of the race that takes place on a narrow course through the streets of Monte-Carlo, with tight corners and elevation changes presenting a serious challenge to drivers.
Historic City Tour of Nice
Your tour begins with a visit to the magnificent Castle Park. This wonderful area that overlooks the bay was the site of the ancient trading town founded by the Greeks about 600 years before the birth of Christ. After taking in some of those awe-inspiring views, enjoy a leisurely drive along the port from where the legendary Catherine Segurane halted a Turkish invasion in the 16th century.
Admire some of the city’s most fabulous constructions, such as the Genoese architecture. And later on, contemplate the city sprawl beneath your feet like a carpet of toy houses from atop Mont Boron. See also how the old and the new blend effortlessly in this multicultural city. The old is ever present in the breathtaking Place Garibaldi whereas the new decorated the trendy promenade des Arts.
Last but not least, arrive in Cimiez, the winter home of Queen Victoria. Here you will make a stop at the magnificently preserved Roman Arena and another one at the famous Cathedral. Return by the Promenade des Anglais and admire the beautiful views. The tour ends with a stroll around the aromatic flower market in Cours Saleya; a true delight for the senses.