When and where will the 2023 Formula 1 (F1) Italian Grand Prix race in Monza, Italy take place?
The full racing event schedule showing planned dates for qualifying, practicing and race competition can be found here. Maps of the course circuit area and information about the racetrack can be found here.
Where can you buy tickets for the Formula 1 Italian Grand Prix 2023?
Italian GP – Sunday 2023 (September 3, 2023) – Official Tickets
Italian GP – (Fri/Sat/Sun) 2023 (September 3, 2023) – Official Tickets
Italian GP – F1 Experiences (4-Days) 2023 – Official Tickets
Italian GP – Paddock Club Monza 2023 (September 3, 2023) – Official Tickets
Tickets for the race are available through the Formula 1 website here but usually sell out quickly. Tickets can also be purchased through the secondary re-sale market via our affiliate partners:
Where’s the best place as a spectator to watch the race? According to F1’s official site it’s the grandstand at the Variante del Rettifilo. This is a prime location for takeover attempts, first lap tussles and deceleration to navigate the turns.
Where is the best place to stay to watch F1 racing in Monza?
The best place to stay is to the north/northeast of Milan in the Monza area.
For those desiring to stay closer to tourist and cultural attractions in Milan, head south/southwest towards city center. If you plan to utilize public transportation to head to the racetrack, look for lodging along the suburban railway lines S8, S9 and S11. Rail stops on the map below will be depicted by a blue train icon; click this icon to see which lines run through the station.
See below for the best hotel & lodging deals in the Autodromo Nazionale Monza racetrack area (enter dates and zoom out/in to see more options at various price points).
Don’t wait until the last minute… around racing dates, lodging near the Autodromo Nazionale Monza and surrounding areas will become more scarce and prices will go up.
How do you get to the Autodromo Nazionale Monza? Are public transport options available?
The address for the Autodromo Nazionale Monza is: Viale di Vedano, 5, 20900 Monza MB.
The racetrack can be partially reached by public transportation and usage is recommended if coming from Milan or other areas in Italy.
The racetrack’s official site has a pretty good rundown of public transportation options and advice on how to get there. A few key points of emphasis we’ll reiterate here: 1) you can’t park private cars close to the racetrack. External parking lots are available but you’ll need to take a shuttle or walk a little way to access the racetrack; 2) Monza (the town) is not serviced by Milan’s underground; and 3) for train service, Monza station is located in Via Caduti del Lavoro around 7km from the track.
Have a wheelchair user or someone of impaired mobility in your party? Please visit this page for accessibility options.
For flights, Milan has three airports that travelers may use, depending on their airline. Linate Airport (LIN) is popular for flights within Italy. Malpensa Airport (MXP) is Milan’s largest international hub. The third is Bergamo Aiport (BGY) which is commonly used by low-budget carriers.
How do you find cheap flights, tour packages, or things to do around Milan?
Here’s a link to our Milan Travel Deals page.
And here are some of our top activity choices around Milan via our affiliate partner Tiqets.com.
2023 European F1 Racing Calendar
19-21 May: Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix (Italy)
26-28 May: Monaco Grand Prix (Monaco)
2-4 June: Spanish Grand Prix (Spain)
30 June – 2 July: Austrian Grand Prix (Austria)
7-9 July: British Grand Prix (England, UK)
21-23 July: Hungarian Grand Prix (Hungary)
28-30 July: Belgian Grand Prix (Belgium)
25-27 August: Dutch Grand Prix (Netherlands)
1-3 September: Italian Grand Prix (Italy)