Formula E have confirmed the full 3.32km Monaco layout will be used when the series visit the Principality on May 8.
In the past, Formula E have used a shorter route of the famous circuit but now they will race through the iconic Casino Square and Monaco's famous tunnel.
The only difference compared to the Formula 1 track layout will be at Turn 1 and Turn 11. The FIA homologated track will consist of a different kerb placement at Sainte Devote, exactly as its inception in 1929, and a change in the chicane layout at T11 on the harbour front on the exit of the tunnel.
“I’m glad to see the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship back in the Principality," FIA President Jean Todt told the press.
"It is in the series’ DNA to compete on streets circuits and Monaco is one of the most iconic tracks in the world.
"This discipline has its own identity, that’s why, together with Formula E and the ACM, we’ve designed a bespoke layout which suits its particularities.”
The Monaco government have also revealed some fans will be allowed to attend the Formula E event. Up to 6500 people will be able to watch the event as long as they live in the area, work at the event or work in Monaco's hotels.
Formula E returns to action next weekend with a double-header in Valencia before they head to Monaco a fortnight later.