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DESTINATION GUIDE: What fans can eat, see and do when they visit Monza for the Italian Grand Prix

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Amy Overy
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If tracks could talk, oh the stories the Autodromo Nazionale Monza would tell. Built in 1922 this iconic circuit, universally known as ‘The Temple of Speed’, was only the third purpose built racetrack in the world after Brooklands and Indianapolis, and has borne witness to sporting triumph and tragedy in equal measure.

Located in the beautiful Parco di Monza, the largest walled park in Europe and just 10 minutes by train from Italy’s stylish fashion capital Milan, it’s the perfect Grand Prix to visit for a dose of late summer sunshine, incredible food, and F1 fervour courtesy of the world renowned Tifosi.

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