The Canadian Grand Prix hosts an event that brings the city to live as it extends the vibrant party atmosphere all over. Get ready for a pumped-up F1 race weekend!
A circuit in the midst of a unique surrounding with futuristic-looking buildings, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve has so many spectacular seats to offer that it's hard to make your choice for the event.
Parc Jean-Drapeau, Montréal, QC H3C 6A1 Canada
Number of laps
A trip from the city centre costs approximately 20CAD*, though this may vary during the Grand Prix weekend.
The closest metro station is Jean Drapeau and from here, there is a 10 - 15 minute walk to the circuit. Click here** for more information.
VIP Packages: There is nothing better than enjoying the race with our VIP packages such as La Toundra, Privilege 12, Platine Chalet, Podium Club, Senna Club and Elite Restaurant.
Grandstand Tickets: Our wide variety of seat options at Grandstands Main Straight, Senna Corner, Epingle Hairpin, Turn 9 and Casino Straight lets you choose your race views.
Child Tickets: There are child tickets available and each child must have a ticket to enter the event premises.
The atmosphere in Montreal is so dynamic that it spills into the city, where fans can continue to spread their joy. Extend the good vibes with our recommendations below:
Food & Beverage
- Poutine: french fries and cheese curds topped with a brown gravy
- Bagel: Montreal-style known for its sweet flavour and crunchy texture
- La Banquise: famous for its poutine
- St Viateur: open 24h for bagel cravings
- Schwartz's Deli: iconic deli for smoked meat sandwiches
- Step into Van Gogh's paintings: Van Gogh - Distortion, the immersive exhibition by OASIS immersion
- La Ronde Amusement Park: largest one in Quebec
- Musée Grévin: a renowned wax museum
- Jean Talon Market: an open-air market with many vendors selling produce, meats, cheeses, fish & baked goods
- Visit the cobblestone streets of the historic Old Montreal neighbourhood which is home to some stunning architecture, in particular the Notre-Dame Basilica, Hôtel de Ville, the Vieux-Port and the Marché Bonsecours.
- Take in the city from above - Climb Mount Royal, the city’s urban nature escape, to the Kondiaronk Belvedere viewpoint for sweeping views of the city and beyond.