Monaco Historic Grand Prix
Driving Tour

Monaco Historic Grand Prix
Driving Tour


Countries: 6

Days: 6


Stunning Hotels

Grand la Cloche, Dijon
Grand Hyatt, Nice
Regina Palace, Lake Maggiore
Badischerof, Baden-Baden

Historic Grand Prix

Casino Square Grandstand
Rascasse Grandstand
Best views of the track

Worlds Best Roads

Route Napoleon
Mont Ventoux
San Marco Pass
San Bernadino Pass

Travel & Transfers

Eurotunnel Returns
Motorway Vignettes provided
All crossings pre-paid

Expert Help

Fully Escorted Tour
Handpicked Routes
Performance Driver Coach
24hr Help on Hand



Day 1: Fri 8th May

  • Start: Folkestone 8am
  • Destination:

    Grand Hotel la Cloche, Dijon 5*

  • Route: via Reims

Day 2: Sat 9th May

  • Start: Dijon
  • Destination:

    Grand Hyatt, Nice 5*

  • Route: via Route Napoleon and Mont Ventoux

Day 3: Sun 10th May

  • Start: Monaco
  • Destination:

    Grand Hyatt, Nice 5*

  • Route: Casino Square & Rascasse

Day 4: Mon 11th May

  • Start: Nice
  • Destination:

    Regina Palace, Lake Maggiore

  • Route: via Col du Turini, SS1 Coast Road

Day 5: Tue 12th May

  • Start: Lake Maggiore
  • Destination:

    Hotel Badischerof, Baden-Baden

  • Route: via The Andermatt Loop

Day 6: Wed 13th May

  • Start: Baden-Baden
  • Destination:


  • Route: via The Nordschleife (when open)

Price: £3,249 (2 People)

From the era when the racing was dangerous and the sex was safe. In many ways the Monaco Historic Grand Prix is better than the contemporary Formula One the following week. The cars are wider, more spectacular, and much MUCH louder! Plus, you get to stroll around Monaco without the feeling that you’re in a tin of sardines. We take in the usual awesome mountain passes, cols, and autobahns. On Grand Prix day you can watch from Casino Square AND Rascasse Grandstands!

The Historic Monaco Grand Prix Driving Tour gives our guests a wonderful opportunity to visit the Monte Carlo circuit and stay at a wide variety of exclusive, five-star, hotels along the way. The day you depart, you will receive Historic Monaco Grand Prix tickets, Eurotunnel tickets, and a comprehensive list of recommended routes to drive. Your Historic Monaco Formula One day will always be located in the grandstands, meaning you get the best views of the circuit. The route you will take is also a wonderful drive. Travelling through France, Italy and Switzerland, you will get the opportunity to experience some of the most spectacular views as you cross borders and summit mountain passes. On the Historic Monaco Grand Prix Tour you will experience The Route Napoleon, Mont Ventoux, and The Furka Pass. Depending on what is going on that day, there is also the opportunity to drive the Nordschliefe as we near the end of the road trip.

Historic Formula One in Monaco has been on the race calendar for 22 years. It was first held in 1997 and is held every other year, sharing its place with the Monaco Formula E race on alternate years. There are typically eight categories of race over the Grand Prix weekend: Pre 1947 Grand Prix Cars, Front Engined Grand Prix cars (1947-1960), 1000cc Formula 3 Cars (1964-1970), Rear-engined Grand Prix cars (1954-1965), Grand Prix cars from 1966-1974, Grand Prix cars from 1975-1978, and Formula 3 cars from 1971-1984.

One of the nicest aspects about the Monaco Historic Grand Prix as that it is far quieter than on Formula One Grand Prix weekend that takes place the following week. Whilst Monaco is still very busy, you will have the ability to stroll in to bars and restaurants without the need to book a long way in advance.

Monaco Historic Grand Prix
Driving Tour - Booking Form