Hotels near Barcelona Circuit de Catalunya Race Track

Accommodation near F1 Racing Circuit - Spanish Grand Prix 2018

Circuit de Catalunya

Hotels near Catalunya Barcelona Race Track, many properties within easy reach.

Where are the best places to stay near Circuit de Catalunya racing track ? Check our list of hotels, b&b's and apartments within easy reach of this race course. Accommodation nearby is located in cities or towns of Montmelo, Granollers, Mollet del Vallès and Barcelona.

The Circuit de Catalunya is located just 35km (22mi) north of the city of Barcelona, in the east coast of Spain in the region of Catalunya or Catalan. The track was purpose-built, so there is excellent transportation access.

Where : Montmeló, Barcelona in Spain

F1 Spanish Grand Prix : 11 - 12 - 13 May 2018

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Find your cheaper place to stay close to Barcelona Racing Circuit for the formula one Grand Prix of Spain. The F1 circuit de Barcelona is located in Montmelo north of the city centre. Stay in a cheap hostel, cosy bed and breakfast, great value hotel or self catering apartment rental.

Major events at this track are the F1 Formula one Spanish Grand Prix, MotoGP Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix and the motorcycling event Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix.

One of the nearest places to stay is the budget friendly Ibis hotel, a 30-minute drive from Barcelona but less than 0.5km from the racing track. Another property offering cheap rates is nearby Holiday Express hotel, providing bright guest rooms for their guests, as well as free parking and a daily buffet breakfast.

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Circuit de Catalunya Race Course

The goal of building the Circuit de Catalunya in 1989 was to win back the Spanish Grand Prix from the Jerez and Jarama circuits - up until then the Grand Prix was shared among the various tracks. Catalunya was able to clinch the exclusive rights to the Grand Prix starting 1991, when Martin Donnelly had a near fatal accident on the Jerez circuit in 1990.

This was 16 years after the last Grand Prix was held in Catalunya and was a big coup for the cricuit. The 35th Spanish Grand Prix at Catalunya in 1991 was won by Nigel Mansell driving for Williams-Renault, after Gerhard Berger's engine blew and legendary Ayrton Senna chose the wrong tyres.

The Catalunya track is a favorite among fans, as the designer of the track took into account that spectators desire to see action as well as the parade. Because of this, the long straight in front of the grandstand leads into a sharp right turn that requires heavy braking.

This is perfect for overtaking and has a large gravel trap to catch those that can't quite make it and one driver is bound to end up there in every Grand Prix race!

Although the track had undergone several modifications over the years, primarily for driver safety, the track is still considered to be quick and a great track for spectators to enjoy the race.

Spanish F1 Grand Prix Race Track

Location -- The Circuit de Catalunya is located in Montmeló, to the north of Barcelona in Spain, Southern Europe.

Opened -- 1989

Address -- Apartado de Correos 27, 08160 Montmelo, Barcelona, Spain

Major Events -- Formula One Grand Prix, MotoGP, GP2, Spanish GT

Circuit Length -- 4,655 km

Spectator Capacity -- Around 107.000


# By car : The are numerous highways and roads that lead to the circuit from several different directions. From Barcelona hotels head north towards Mataro on the A19 motorway and then turn off onto the C50 motorway that leads directly to the circuit.

The A7 Autoroute (exit at Junction 13), A17 Autoroute and N152 road also service the Cricuit de Catalunya. There is also plenty of parking available, with 1,200 indoor and 25,000 outdoor parking spaces. The circuit also has a car wash and gas station.

# By train : The circuit can easily be reached by train. There is a direct train connection that runs between Barcelona's Sants station (Line 2) to Montmelo railway station, which is within an easy walking distance from the circuit.

The journey time is roughly 40 minutes from Barcelona and one hour from Gerona. During the Spanish Grand Prix and the Catalan Motorcycling Grand Prix, a transfer will be available from Montmelo train station to the Circuit de Catalunya, for those who do not want to walk.

Air Connections : Barcelona International Airport (El Prat de Llobragat) or Sabadell Airport. The international airport, which is located 13 km (8 mi) south-west of Barcelona or 47 km (75 mi) from the circuit, offers direct connections to most European cities.

Girona-Costa Brava airport is 55.6 km away from the Circuit.

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