Getting there by car
Over the three days of the Grand Prix, the Autodromo area, the area within the park, is not accessible by car and motorbike (except for disabled access with an entrance pass), and so all vehicles must be left in the parking lots outside. A special shuttle bus service connects the parking lots to the circuit entrance.
From Piazzale Maciachini Milan: Via Valassina, Via Enrico Fermi, Milan Meda highway to the junction with tangenziale North. Then follow the signs.
From Milano Piazzale Loreto: Viale Monza until the junction with Via B.Buozzi, Viale A. Gramsci to the junction with the tangenziale North. Then follow the signs.
From Turin: A4 Highway, Tangenziale West towards Venezia exit Cormano, Milano-Meda highway to the junction with the tangenziale North. Then follow the signs.
From Como / Varese: Highway A8-A9 Como / Milan-Varese to Saronno, then State Road 527, then follow signs.
From Genoa: A7 Genoa-Milan Milan tangenziale west towards Torino-Venezia, at the fork TO-VE Venezia take direction, then exit Cormano, Milano-Meda highway to the junction with the tangenziale North. Then follow the signs.
From Florence / Bologna: Highway A1 Florence / Bologna-Milan Milan tangenziale East following the signs to the exit Vimercate. Then follow the signs.
From Brenner / Venice: Highway A4 to Milano, exit Agrate Brianza, at the roundabout take SP 121 Viale Industrie, then continue following the signs for SP 13 to the Brianteo stadium. Then follow the signs.
CAUTION: The following routes will be closed on Saturday and Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix of Formula 1:
Via Cesare Battisti, from Piazzale Virgilio (Roundabout of Pines) the Villa Reale (except for buses, taxis, disabled persons and residents with Mark Viale Cesare Battisti)
Viale Brianza, the Villa Reale (intersection with Viale Battisti) to the municipal boundary with Vedano al Lambro (except for buses and taxis)
Via Monte Rosa, from the intersection with Via Luciano Manara to the junction with Viale Cesare Battisti (with the exception of buses).