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From the Monte Carlo casino website, there is no mention about being closed during F1 weekend: it is opened everyday from 2PM. So it must be opened. I hope you already have your hotel and don't want to use your car as the circuit is really in the main streets: But you will probably be able to walk around the city if your are 1 block away from the track. ...


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The train between Nice and Monaco is a regularly scheduled, frequent local train service. Unless things are significantly different during the Grand Prix weekend, there is no way to reserve a particular seat so buying a ticket in advance wouldn't really help. I was there not too long ago and I think I booked the tickets online using the SNCF mobile app. ...


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Regional train tickets are valid on any train of the day when you buy the ticket at the station. You only have to validate it before getting on the train. The price of the ticket does not change over time (I mean booking early does not make it cheaper) and every regional train is the same price. Therefore I would recommend to just buy a round-trip ticket ...


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By using the website from the country's railway company (NMBS in dutch, SNCB in English/french). In destination you can fill in "Malmedy - Bevercé, Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps" (or fill in spa fran.. and it should give you suggestions) You get alot of traveltime options ranging from 2 hours 17 minutes till 2 hours 37 minutes. Depending on the day/time ...


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I would like to share my experience while visiting Monaco during F1. I was there on the 25th of May (Thursday) on first half of the day (practice session - track closed) and on the 26th (Friday) during second half of day (track opened to public). The schedule during these days can be found here https://www.monaco-grand-prix.com/en/programme-2542-f1-monaco-...


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As other replies say, there are Trains from wherever you stay to Monaco and is quite cheap. If you are on a budget you have some different possibilities and I'd suggest what I'd do in a budget: Get general entrance tickets. You still have a great view and you'll join and enjoy the Grand Prix. I believe with that ticket you can also enjoy Monaco's Castle ...


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Saturday will be just fine, but be prepared for Sunday. Don't need to book a open return. Just mention going to Monaco at the counter. Book a day before or else you will have to get a ticket(which is quick) and queue for the train. The queue moves very slowly as they don't put extra trains for the F1 weekend. Very unlike Silverstone. Trains are packed, so ...


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