Italian Grand Prix 2023 – Hotel – Autodromo Nazionale di MonzaPremium Race Experience – Enjoy a 4-star stay in Milan

30 August - 4 September 2023

$741$1.015 p.p. based on double occupancy

Book your hotel stay for the F1 Italian GP – Monza 2023, including a 4-star stay in Milan. Breakfast and Tourist Tax is included during the stay in this well rated hotel. Entrance ticket (s) and circuit transfers on desired days are optional and easy to book.

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Included in this package:

  • 3 or 4 night stay in a luxury 4-star hotel (breakfast included)
  • Transfer available for an additional charge
  • F1-Experiences, Hospitality Packages and Paddock Club™
  • Official FORMULA 1 Ticket Packages
  • Premium Service and Expert Advice
  • Simple, Safe & Secure Checkout

Italian Grand Prix 2023 – Hotel – Autodromo Nazionale di Monza

Italian Grand Prix 2023 – 4-star hotel in Milan – Available from Thursday 31 August till Monday 4 September 2023

Are you planning to visit the Italian Grand Prix at Monza and are you looking for a suitable accommodation? Do not look further! Race Experiences offers you the possibility to stay in a well rated and conveniently located 4-star hotel in Milan. The hotel is located in the North of the centre and perfectly located between the tourist attractions and the Ciruit.

You have the option to book a stay for either three or four nights. A three night stay is available from Friday till Monday. A four night stay is available from Thursday till Monday. In addition, you can choose to book circuit transfers (return) on the desired days of the F1-weekend.

Italian Grand Prix 2023 – Hotel Inclusions

  • 3 or 4 night stay in 4-star Starhotels Tourist Milan
    Choose your desired date from the available options
    Based on double occupancy*.
  • Breakfast
    During your stay you can enjoy an outstanding buffet breakfast.
  • Circuit Transfers
    Transfers Hotel-Circuit-Hotel daily on (Friday), Saturday and Sunday.
  • Tourist Tax
    All taxes including tourist tax are included during your stay. There will be no extra charges at arrival.
  • Parking Available
    Secure parking is available for € 15 per day.

* Single occupancy surcharge may apply – Rooms can accomoadte a maximum of 2 persons (surcharge depending on type of room and stay).

Add Daily Circuit Transfers with ease

Daily circuit transfers from the hotel to Autodromo Nazionale Di Monza (v.v.) can be optionally booked. Please select your desired days.

Add Tickets for the F1 Italian Grand Prix with ease

Tickets for the Formula One Italian Grand Prix can be optionally booked on the next page once you have selected the preferred length of your stay. Additional information and F1 ticket tips can be found below.


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Race Experiences offers a 3 or 4-night stay in the beautiful 4-star Starhotels Tourist, located in Milan. Starhotels Tourist offers modernly furnished, air-conditioned rooms and features a free fitness center and free Wi-Fi.

The hotel is located in the Bicocca district with numerous attractions, just a few meters from the metro station Bignami, with connections to the San Siro stadium and the center of Milan (approx. 15 min).

The rooms at Starhotels Tourist feature a minibar and a TV with free Sky and Mediaset Premium channels. The bathrooms in the hotel are all equiped  with a hairdryer and free toiletries.

You can enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet, including fresh fruit and cereals. A restaurant and bar can be found in Starhotels Tourist. La Cuccagnina (the restaurant) offers Italian and international dishes. You can also relax in the elegant L’Agora bar, which serves tasty cocktails and wines.

F1 Monza


Monza offers a wide selection of grandstands, but they are grouped around only a handful of the main turns around the circuit: Prima Variante (first chicane), Seconda Variante (second chicane), Variante Ascari (Ascari chicane) and Parabolica (last corner), as well as the grandstands next to start-finish. General Admission tickets at Monza are excellent, despite a lack of elevated viewpoints.

Italian Grand Prix Ticket Tips

Good to know:

  • All grandstands (plus some General Admission Areas) offer views on a large TV screen;
  • Seven grandstands are permanent, covered structures. The other stands are temporary structures;
  • Children aged 11 and under get free access to the General Admission Areas, but you still need to reserve a free ticket if you order one yourself (not yet available for 2021);
  • Grandstand tickets for children (age 0-11) have been significantly reduced in price. Only bookable in combination with a full price ticket;
  • Day tickets for grandstands on Saturday or Sunday are available on request. Saturday tickets for the stands are affordable and should be considered if you are unable to attend on Sunday. Sunday grandstands tickets are about the same price as three-day tickets and that is why we do not recommend these tickets;
  • Fans in wheelchairs will have free access to the General Admission Areas all weekend. Grandstand N25 is specifically reserved for wheelchair users.

Pit Straight

Eight grandstands are located at the start-finish straight (Rettifilo Grandstand) in Monza, ranging in price from the most expensive covered central grandstands to the more affordable and economical grandstands with no reserved seat numbers. As always with grandstand seats on the main straight opposite pit lane, you get great views of the start-finish line and team garages, but little chance for a lot of action on track. For fans on a limited budget, we recommend the stands without seat numbers (free seating in the grandstand).

Seats in the large covered Central Grandstand (Grandstand 1) is the most expensive in Monza. Adjacent to either side of the central covered grandstand are the Left Lateral (Grandstand 4) and Right Laterals (Grandstands 26A, 26B, 26C). The price gives you a good idea of which grandstands have the best views – the Left Lateral is beyond the start line, while the most expensive Right Lateral grandstand is closest to the start line. The cheaper grandstands in this area are located further to the right, close to the exit of the last corner Curva Parabolica. If you want the best view of the podium celebrations, the cheapest Right Lateral grandstand (Grandstand 26c) is the one you want. All these stands are covered.

Roughly halfway between start-finish and turn 1 you will find Piscina (Grandstand 5), a cheap and lonely grandstand that we do not recommend. At the other end of the same straight, closer to the Parabolica exit, is the covered Vedano (Grandstand 24), a much better choice for a few dollars more.

Prima Variante Grandstands

Five grandstands are located at the first chicane, called Prima Variante (or First Chicane in English) in Monza. There are three grandstands on the inner side of the circuit (Grandstand 6A, 6B and 6C) and two grandstands on the outside of the circuit (Grandstand 8A and 8B). These grandstands offer some of the best views in Monza and continue to be immensely popular amongst international fans and Tivosi alike, hence the premium prices.

The smartest choice amongst inner grandstands is Grandstand 6C. As an added bonus, the grandstand is also located directly behind part of the old Monza circuit. The cheaper Grandstand 6B and Grandstand 6A are further away from the bend, but still provide decent views. On the outside of the circuit there is a large grandstand divided into two sections: seats in the more expensive Grandstand 8A are slightly closer to the track action than in Grandstand 8B.

Seconda Variante Grandstands

There are two grandstands on the inside of the circuit at the second chicane, called Seconda Variante, located after the third corner in Monza. You can see the F1 machines coming out of the high-speed Curva Grande corner (nice long corner where drivers can choose multiple racing lines) before braking for the chicane, which offers good overtaking opportunities. Grandstand 9 is a better choice than Grandstand 10. One downside against these stands is their somewhat remote location from the rest of the action in Monza. It takes at least 30 minutes on foot to reach these grandstands from most entrance gates.

Variante Ascari Grandstands

Eight grandstands are located on the inner side of the circuit near Variante Ascari, the fast eighth corner in Monza, with good overtaking possibilities. The best views can be found in the middle of the chicane in Grandstand 15. Grandstand 12 is at the entrance side of the chicane and close to the track, whilst Grandstand 13 is behind the gravel pit in the middle of the turn and Grandstand 16 is at the exit. The outer Ascari stands (Grandstands 18, 19 and 20) are located on the straight between Variante Ascari and Curva Parabolica: Grandstand 19 and Grandstand 20 are small covered grandstands, but visitors can find better views in this price range.

Curva Parabolica Grandstands

Five temporary and one permanent (covered) grandstand are located on the outside of the track when approaching the last corner in Monza, coined Curva Parabolica. It is also one of the most famous curves on the current FORMULA 1 calendar. Tickets on the permanent and covered Grandstand 22 are closest to the bend. The temporary grandstands are priced according to how close they are to the last corner: Grandstand 21A is closest to the corner and is, for example, a better choice than Grandstand 21B which retails for the same price. In the lower price range, Grandstand 21C is a better choice than Grandstand 21D or 21E.

Two additional grandstands are located on the inside of the circuit at the exit of the Parabolica corner, near the entrance to the pit lane. There is not much to choose between these two stands, so the cheaper Grandstand 23A offers better value than Grandstand 23B.

General Admission (Prato)

The General Admission Tickets (free roaming tickets) at Monza offer excellent value for money. Especially when you take into account “Free Friday” where you can take a seat in any grandstand regardless of your ticket. Provided you are willing to walk several miles over the course of a race weekend, it is possible to find some excellent viewing points with direct views of the track action and the park-like surroundings. As always, it’s easier to tour the track on Friday before the Ferrari Tivosi arrive in bulk for qualifying and the race. There are plenty of small bleachers and raised viewing areas scattered around the general admission area. No Formual 1 trip to Monza is complete without a walk through the forest to the farthest part of the circuit to check out the views from the Curve di Lesmo (turns 4 and 5). The general access area on the inside of Curva Parabolica is also a good viewing tip.

Do you need assistance with your order? Simply call Race Experience ticket professionals on +31 50 205 78 01 or contact us via the online form found on this page.

Circuit Transfers

At Race Experiences you can book your circuit transfers for Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

All our transfers are accompanied by English-speaking tour guides.

Circuit transfers: yes or no?

For this travel service, the choice is up to you if you wish to book circuit transfers. Having your own transport to the circuit gives you flexibility, but it will cost you fuel and a parking ticket at the circuit. If you are traveling with the group of Race Experiences, you are bound by scheduled departure times. On the other hand, you do not have to worry about anything: we take care of both the outward and return journey!

Local Travel Guide

Passport and Visa requirements

It is important that you bring your passport or ID-card. As an EU inhabitant, you do not need a Visa to enter the Italy.

Are you travelling from outside the EU? Please check the passport and Visa requirements before travelling.


For Italy there are three associated plug types, types C, F and L. Plug type C is the plug which has two round pins, plug type F is the plug which has two round pins with two earth clips on the side and plug type L is the plug type which has three round pins. Italy operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.


The official currency of Italy is the Euro (€). You can find the current currency rates for the Pound Sterling (£) and dollar ($) using the links.

It is possible to use your regular bank card to draw local currency from an ATM. Any international card with a chip and PIN should be accepted at most ATMs – although those with a Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Cirrus or Plus symbol are your safest bet. Charges are almost always incurred for non-Italian accounts, although these are usually minimal and often cheaper than the commission charged by bureaux de change.

A credit cards is accepted at the bigger shops and restaurants in Italy (charges apply). We however advice to always bring some cash, just in case.


With its hot, dry summers and cool, wet winters, Italy experiences a Mediterranean climate. The weather in the North of Italy is however much different than the weather in the South of Italy. In September, you can expect temperatures between 13-24°C during a regular day. Some days however will be relatively hot, so always bring sunglasses and sun cream while visiting the Italian GP.

Visiting the circuit

It is advisable to bring sunscreen and possibly an umbrella to the circuit for shade and possibly a downpour. Have you bought General Admission tickets? Then a camping chair and / or bedspread is recommended for sitting on the grass. Taking pictures is allowed as long as you do not obstruct the view of other spectators. Don’t forget your spare battery and memory card!

Important phone numbers

The national emergency number is 112 while 113 is the specific number of the police.The specific number for an ambulance is 118. In case of fire, you call 122.

The telephone number of the tour guide can be found in the travel documents, which you will receive around 14 days prior to departure. This number is also your emergency number during the F1 journey.

Race Experience can be reached on (+31) 50 205 78 01.


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