Hotels and B&B near Zandvoort Race Track in Holland

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Circuit Park Zandvoort

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Find the best hotels and b&bs near this motorsport grand prix race course. Accommodation nearby is located in cities or towns of Zandvoort, Haarlem, Bloemendaal, IJmuiden, Lisse, Noordwijk aan Zee, Wijk aan Zee.

The circuit is located in Zandvoort Holland, near the North Sea coast line, The centre of Amsterdam is 30 km away. The town is often considered as the seaside resort of Amsterdam, with its 9 km long beach. Many hotels and apartments offer superb sea views, and are located right on the beachfront or seafront.

Nearest Train Station : the closest rail station is Zandvoort aan Zee railway station. The station lies on the Haarlem–Zandvoort railway. There are 2 trains from Amsterdam Central Station every hour.

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Find your cheaper place to stay close to Zandvoort Motorcycle Racing Circuit for the Dutch Grand Prix, DTM, RTL GP Masters of F3, located close to Amsterdam in Holland. Find the best hotels, bed and breakfast or cheap hostels. Lisse and the Keukenhof gardens are 30 minutes away by car.

There is plenty of accommodadtion to choose from. Many are located right at the sandy beach and in front of the dunes offering superb views of the North Sea. One of the nearest establishments is the very popular NH Zandvoort hotel. The beachfront is lined with cafes, clubs and bars.

A very popular option for staying overnight is renting an apartment for the night. These self catering apartments or studios include a fully equipped kitchen and living room, perfect for a holiday with friends or a family. Many provide free Wifi as well as fre car parking.

A lovely way to spend the night is staying in a bed and breakfast, pension or cosy guest house. Many of these properties are family run.

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Motor Race Track - Circuit Park Zandvoort The Netherlands

Circuit Park Zandvoort -- Zandvoort is considered to be a driver’s circuit, with the most famous corner The Tarzan corner (Tarzanbocht) at the end of the main straight. This corner gives great over-taking opportunities and was reputedly named after a local man (nicknamed Tarzan) who agreed to give up his garden in the dunes if a corner was named after him!

Zandvoort hosted the Dutch Grand Prix between 1952 and 1985, before being removed from the Formula One roster due to some renovations being required at the circuit. The popular Austrian driver, Nikki Lauda, won the final race in 1985.

The opening race of the 2006-7 season was a stunning spectacle with numerous great overtaking manoeuvres, the race was eventually won by Team Germany, with the USA, Australia and Team Netherlands following them home. There was even drama before the start, with Team Switzerland stalling on the formation lap causing Team Malaysia to collide with them. The race was a great start to the season, with the lead changing hands before Germany’s Nico Hulkenberg brought his car home.

Zandvoort, situated less than 20 miles from Amsterdam, is itself a popular destination for visitors, with 4.5 million tourists coming here each year, to sample some of the great pubs and restaurants, and enjoy the long sandy beach. The circuit itself has good facilities, with food and beverages outlets, as well as some VIP suites.

Location -- Circuit Park Zandvoort located in the dunes near the town of Zandvoort, in the Netherlands, near the North Sea coast line.

Opened -- 1948

Address -- Circuit Park Zandvoort, Burgemeester van Alphenstraat 108, 2041 KP Zandvoort, Netherlands

Major Events -- Formula One, Ultimate Masters of Formula 3, A1GP, DTM

Circuit Length -- 4,180 km

Directions -- There are trains every hour from Amsterdam’s Central station to Zandvoort, although sometimes a change of trains is required at Haarlem. The journey time is about 30 minutes.

Buses depart every half an hour from just outside central station, but the journey takes longer. To drive from Amsterdam, take the N5, A5, N200, via Haarlem, although be warned that traffic can be bad during the summer.

Air Connections : Nearest Airports are Schiphol Amsterdam Airport ( 17.7 km ) and Rotterdam Airport ( 47.9 km ).

Relevant internet information : official website