The Formula 1 Gran Premio d’Italia, also known as the Italian Grand Prix, is held annually at the Autodromo Nazionale Monza just 30km northeast of Milan in northern Italy. First held in 1950, it is one of the few remaining inaugural Formula 1 races and, over the years, this historic track has seen some sport’s greatest races, most famous victories and most horrific crashes. Known as ‘the magic track’, Monza is the quickest circuit in the Formula 1 World Championship calendar and pushes every driver’s speed, skill and courage to the very limit, guaranteeing an amazing weekend of racing for the thousands of spectators who attend every year. Where better to experience the unrivalled atmosphere and drama of a Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend than one of Europe’s most beautiful and vibrant cities? Even if you are not a Formula 1 fanatic, the glamour and luxury of Milan and the unique experience of the Gran Premio d’Italia is a combination that is certain to provide an incredible weekend.