Is there someone in your life whose heart beats faster at the mere mention of Monaco’s Hairpin or does their pulse race at the thought of La Rascasse?
If Formula 1 fills you with happiness, this Big Deal on a trip to see the Monaco Grand Prix in 2016 will leave you feeling as though you have clinched a podium finish.
Catch the action as it happens with this Big Deal on return flights to Monaco, a ticket to watch the race and transfers to and from Nice airport to the track.
Provided by World Choice Sports, this offer is an exciting opportunity for Formula 1 fans to see the world’s top racers put pedal to the metal and test their magnificent machines to the limit.
This Big Deal is for a day trip to Monaco on Sunday 29th May 2016 leaving from Glasgow airport in the morning and returning that evening after the race.
Option one is for a ticket to the Rocher viewing area. The hill has views down into the harbour and circuit. The hill is steep in parts – sturdy shoes are advised.
Option two is for a X2 or Z1 ticket. X2 tickets are located on the home straight close to the finishing line. Z1 tickets will have you in the standing area close to the track.
Private charter flight
Included in this Big Deal are executive return flights on a private charter British Airways plane. Flights depart Glasgow at 7.30am and leave from Nice airport at 10pm. Flight times are approximately two and a quarter hours.
Both options of the offer include:
Hot breakfast served on outbound flight
Dinner served on return flight
Complimentary drinks in flight
Comfortable 31” leather seating
Luxury coach transfers to and from Nice airport to Monaco
Host & management services throughout
24 hours free airport parking at Glasgow
The race starts at 2pm and finishes at around 5pm. There is an opportunity for sightseeing and soaking up the unique atmosphere of Monaco on the Formula One weekend.
Held since 1929, the Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most demanding tracks in Formula 1.
A narrow course running through the streets of this glamorous Mediterranean principality, it features tight corners, tricky elevation changes and the famous tunnel – all set against the glittering backdrop of the marina and Casino Square.
It would be a memorable day out with friends. Just imagine the bragging rights at work the next day:
‘My weekend? Jetted down to Nice, watched the Monaco Grand Prix. Not the usual, I admit.’