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Formula 1 French Grand Prix 2019

French F1 2019 near Marseille at the Circuit Paul Ricard.

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Formula 1 French Grand Prix Breaks

The French Grand Prix made a welcome return to the F1 calendar last year. It’s hosted at the Circuit Paul Ricard in the beautiful region of southeastern France and you can head there to see all that’s on offer. Register below to be the first to receive updates for our Official 2019 Formula 1 French Grand Prix Breaks.

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What's included?

Our unique live sporting experiences have been carefully built to ensure you have an amazing time. Don't just watch it… 'Be There'.

Official tickets*

As official travel partner to most of the biggest and best sporting clubs & events, you'll have peace of mind that the ticket in your hand is official. (*where included)


The hotels included in your hotel only or travel inclusive breaks have been carefully selected for location and quality ensuring you wake up fresh, ready to experience your sport.

The Thomas Cook Sport Team

It's good to know that our experienced travel representatives will be there to ensure your experience is as you would expect - awesome!

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Circuit Paul Ricard

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Visit Marseille

Marseille top attractions

Notre Dame Le Garde

The chuch is one of Marseille’s most famous landmarks, situated on the top of a hill overlooking the city and the sea. It is free to visit, and the mosaic interior, as the beautiful views of the city, are incredibly impressive.

Vieux Port

The Vieux Port (Old Harbor) is probably the most important part of Marseille, where all tourists head to take photos, eat some fresh fish and seafood, watch the boats or ride the Ferris wheel. Sunsets during the summer are particularly awe-inspiring, so stick around the area until early evening for some beautiful views.

Le Panier neighbourhood

Le Panier neighbourhood Marseille’s Old Town is one of the most picturesque neighbourhoods visitors will find anywhere in France. It is easily accessible from the Vieux Port, as it is situated on a nearby hillside.

Cathédrale de la Major

Marseille’s cathedral is of course worth visiting, being one of the city’s most important buildings. Overlooking the sea, this spot is perfect for views and photographs.

Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée

Also known as the MuCEM, this is the city’s best museum. It explores Mediterranean civilizations and history, and provides an insightful look into the way they developed until they became what they are today. Apart from exhibitions there are also mini films or lectures to help visitors better comprehend Mediterranean culture, and the museum spans three entire buildings. Gods, spices, travel routes and gardens are just a few of the diverse topics covered in this eclectic museum.

Cuisine and bars

Whilst France in general might be known for its elegant and sophisticated cuisine, Marseille is particularly known for its pastis – an anise-flavored aperitif – and its abundance of fresh seafood. Both its restaurants and bars, therefore, are a great way to get to know the culture of the city better, and to explore what French gastronomy has to offer – with everything from bouillabaisse to wines on offer.

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