The situation around the circuit will get very messy over the weekend, therefore if you are planning on attending the GP please follow below directions from the official website to get around.

Getting to the Formula 1 Gran Premio d’Italia at Monza? Please follow the special directions and timetables below to ensure you get safely to the venue. The page you are reading is constantly updated, read it the day of your arrival to get all the latest information.


The journeys are frequent, direct and fast, without any intermediate stops; reserved roads are designed to avoid getting stuck in traffic. The service is managed by the company Monza Mobilità.

Friday from 7.30 to 20, saturday from 7 to 20 and sunday from 6.30 to 20:

Saturday and sunday from 7 to 19:

Buy the tickets on board (RT: 5 €). If you need help, you can write to eventi.monzamobilita@gmail.com.


Over the three days of the Grand Prix, the Autodromo area, the area within the park, is not accessible by car and motorbike (except for disabled access with an entrance pass), and so all vehicles must be left in the parking lots outside. A special shuttle bus service connects the parking lots to the circuit entrance. Find out the public parking.

How to reach Monza

Find out on the interactive map the real time car traffic at this link (Google Maps).

Listen to the last on air italian traffic news bulletin at this link (Luce Verde Milano).

Road closed

Some routes will be closed on Saturday and Sunday during the Italian Grand Prix of Formula 1. Check out the Monza Municipality website for more information.


From all over Italy

We suggest you to reach Milan on train and then use Trenord special trains. From Milano P.ta Garibaldi to Biassono-Lesmo Parco and return at 5 € for the round-trip ticket. Find all the offers at this Trenord website page.

From Lombardy region

With Trenord Day pass, you’ll reach Monza or Biassono-Lesmo Parco from every Lombardy train station at 13 € (1 adult children up to age 13, with proof of family relationship). Find all the offers at this Trenord website page.




Over the Italian Grand Prix, an unguarded parking lot P13 on the high-speed track, behind the heliport is available only for service pass holders.


  • Viale Mirabello, “Golf”, Hall F;

  • San Giorgio, Hall E.

Limited spaces.


For those who reach the Autodromo by bicycle, there are external parking. It’s not possible to enter in the circuit by bike. The service staff will direct cyclists in these car parks. They encourage cyclists to not go, for reasons of practicability and safety, into the internal underpasses connecting the Viale Mirabello internal (heliport area) and the area Paddock zone 3.


From all over Italy

Reach the Monza Eni Circuit from all over Italy with the Busforfun busses.

From the district

  • Connection Monza-Vedano: Bus 204 from Corso Milano (near Monza Station) for Vedano (Entrance Circuit A, Gate Vedano). Paid service. If you need help, you can write via Whatsapp to the telephone number 349/9361856;

  • Connection Monza-Biassono: Bus 221 (Sixth Line-Carate) from Corso Milano (near Monza Station) for Biassono (Entrance Circuit B, Porta S. Maria delle Selve). Paid service. If you need help, you can write via Whatsapp to the telephone number 349/9361856;

  • Connection Monza Station (Friday, Saturday, Sunday): BLACK line bus from the station (exit Porta Castello) to Autodrome (Entrance A – Vedano). Buy the tickets on board or in advance. If you need help, you can write to eventi.monzamobilita@gmail.com.


Rental vehicles with drivers and taxis can’t enter in the circuit. The pick up point of passengers is located in Via Cesana and Villa in Biassono (near the gas station). You can call your taxi in Monza by the smartphone app appTaxi, dowload it at this link, or calling the number 39 039-36379.


Once you have landed, we suggest you to reach the Milan railway stations where special trains will be available for Monza.


From 27th July to 27th October, Linate will be taking a break for renovation. Meanwhile, we will be flying at Malpensa.


The Malpensa Airport is located in the direction of Lake Maggiore, about 40 km from Milan and 50 km from the Autodromo.

Contact Airport: 39 02 232323 | www.milanomalpensa-airport.com

Orio al Serio

The international airport of Orio al Serio is located north-east of Milan, it is about 5 km from Bergamo, Milan and 45 from 40 dall’Autodromo.

Airport Contact: Tel. 39 035 326323


In agreement with the Company SIAS S.p.A. Monza Eni Circuit, the organization eliportuale and services helicopter transfer to and from the racetrack during the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Italy will be treated by Avionord, with the brand EliMonza owned Autodrome. In order to allow a smooth and no hassle organization of the service, it is necessary that requests are submitted on time to our Liaison Office. To use the service connection with helicopter please complete and return, signed for acceptance, the Regulations annexed. Everything must be faxed to ( 39) 0270202070 within the time specified in the Regulations. At the reception, reservations will be sorted by the date of arrival in Avionord and met accordingly. For more information: ( 39) 02 702020.1 (h24) | elimonza@avionord.com


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