ParisLongchamp Ticket Options

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This is a breakdown of all the various different hospitality options on offer at the brand new ParisLongchamp racecourse.  These are the best places to relax and watch the races with with friends and family. Not only are there fantastic views of the racing but you will be looked after all day with great service.

Trackside Private Box - euro; 187 (based on 16 people)

This option is the more affordable of the various boxes and hospitality, but don’t let that put you off. This box allows you to catch the racing action in a friendly and bucolic atmosphere. You have the chance to book this private trackside box which is located on the central enclosure with your very own furnished ‘private deck’ for when you want to take a breath of fresh air and soak up the atmosphere. You will also have access to the ‘Village de l’Arc’ which offers more restaurants and bars. Private drinks service can be arranged and is available on request. This option is similar to On pre-booking this option you will also receive one car pass between 4 people. This is for a total of 16 guests.

Brasserie ParisLongchamp - euro; 299

A slightly better option is the Brasserie which gives an insider’s view of the winners enclosure. This is a spectacular place to take refuge from the excitement on course and enjoy a bit of peace. Here you will be served a three- course lunch at your table whilst enjoying the views of the Parade Ring. Unfortunately, this package excludes wine and other alcoholic beverages however, these can be purchased. You will also have access to the Finish Line enclosure and Parade Ring enclosure, meaning you are basically free to roam around the racecourse, watch the races, view the runners and riders in the paddock and indulge in a  delicious meal. This could be compared to a club badge for the cheltenham festival which allows you to access parade ring and most parts of the racecourse.

Elegance Package - euro; 599

As the name would suggest, this is one of the more luxurious and sought after hospitality options at ParisLongchamp. This is the place to be if you are heading to the Arc in a party of friends or entertaining a corporate group. This is an all inclusive option with food, drink and prime viewing of the racing action. Here you will be served a cocktail lunch in the ‘elegant lounge’ and have full use of a complimentary bar throughout the day. Once you have fulfilled your appetite, there is a private viewing balcony with numbered seats to watch the action on course. You also have access to the Finish Line enclosure and Parade Ring enclosure as well as the Arc’s Gardens for additional entertainment. You also receive one car pass for four people which comes in very handy.

Panorama Restaurant and Rooftop - euro; 899

The restaurant package offers spectacular panoramic views of the racecourse from its balcony and private rooftop. Here you will be served a four-course menu, served at the table, with a complimentary bar throughout the day meaning you don’t have any reason to leave...you can see everything from this area and being higher up in the stand offers some fantastic views of the famous Eiffel Tower. You can access a private viewing balcony which has seats that are numbered to guarantee you a place to sit.  This package also offers access to the Finish Line enclosure and Parade Ring enclosure, as well as access to the Arc’s Gardens for additional entertainment throughout the day. One car park label will also be issued between four people.

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Arc’s Village - euro; 15

This is in Zone 1 of the racecourse and one the cheapest options available for racing on Sunday. Here you will have access to betting stands, bars, food stalls and close up viewing of the racing from the side of the track looking across onto the brand new main Grandstand.  This is comparable to the Best Mate enclosure at the Cheltenham Festival or Festival Zone at Aintree racecourse. This is located in the centre of the course; opposite to the main Longchamp grandstand

Arc’s Stand - euro; 40

This gives you access to both zone 1 and 2 in the racecourse meaning that you have more freedom to wander around and explore. You will also have access to a grandstand with seating for when you want to take the pressure off your feet and sit down to watch the races.  This is located in the centre of the course; opposite to the main Longchamp grandstand.
 

Arc’s Gold Stand - euro; 60

This is an upgrade from the Arc stand and offers an even better viewing spot of the races as the grandstand is situated closer to the finishing line. You have access to all of zone 1 (Arc’s Village) and zone 3 (being the grandstand) this is located in the centre of the course; opposite to the main Longchamp grandstand

Arc’s Gardens -euro; 30

This ticket gives you access to zone 4, a large area to the left of the main grandstand. This zone offers lots of open spaces with plenty of greenery to immerse you in the ‘Green Bubble’. Here you have trackside viewing as well as plenty of food outlets, bars, betting stands and much more. This is equivalent to a Tattersalls type ticket at Cheltenham racecourse.

Finish Line Enclosure - euro; 75

An upgrade to the Arc Gardens ticket, this ticket gives you access to both zone 4 and 5 which means there is more freedom to walk around the racecourse and main stand to view the races from the side of the track. You will also have access to the Ground Floor and Level 1 of the main stand with a view of the Parade Ring. This is an equivalent to Cheltenham Club enclosure or the Queen Anne enclosure at Ascot.

Finish Line Gold Enclosure - euro; 249

The best of the bunch, this is the ticket you want to ensure you have the best time at the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe 2018. This offers an individual seat with prime panoramic views of the racecourse in zone 6.  You can also visit the weighing room where the jockeys prep for their rides, weigh out and weigh in as well as zone 4 and zone 5. This is a weekend pass ticket which means you can attend racing on both Saturday and Sunday.

To book a package please visit our ParisLongchamp packages by clicking here

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