You may wish to consider the following for planning your race weekend travel to Autodromo Nazionale di Monza:
From Milan take the A1 or A4 road to Monza. Parking is not allowed in the circuit itself but transport zones are available nearby and provide a shuttle service to the circuit.
A shuttle bus runs from Monza station to the Vedano entrance of the circuit throughout the weekend (approximately €4.00 per person). Please be aware it can be a 20 minute walk from the drop-off point to the circuit gates.
Bus services also run from Milan directly to the circuit.
Biassono/Lesmo station is located a short walk from the track, located near stands 9/10. On Sunday, a train service leaves from Milan Central every 30 minutes to Biassono station. On top of this normal train services run to the station from Monza and Sesto San Giovanni throughout the weekend. Train fares in Italy are cheap, with tickets between Milan and Monza typically costing around €4.
The walk from Monza station to the circuit takes approximately 50 minutes.
Please be aware that Monza is in a national park and buses cannot drive up to the circuit, so there is approximately a 20 minute walk from the different train/bus drop-off points to your grandstand.
The nearest airport to Monza Circuit is Milan Linate Airport, which is located approximately 24km from the circuit.
Alternatively you can fly into Bergamo Orio al Serio International Airport, which is located about a 50km drive from the circuit.
The larger Milan Malpensa Airport is where long distance international flight arrive, and is located about 60km from the circuit.
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