RACE WEEKEND TRAVEL & PARKING

Getting to Circuit De Spa-Francorchamps

Circuit De Spa-Francorchamps

    Parking

    Take the E42 or E25 to the circuit - the most suitable route will depend on your tickets and entrance gate. Parking areas are as follows:

    • Yellow - Gold 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9; as well as Silver 1 and 2
    • Green - Silver 3 and 4 Grandstands and Bronze General Admission
    • Red - Bronze General Admission

    Bronze: Blanchimont 17-27 tickets include a free car parking pass (minimum of 2 tickets) that is automatically added to your basket.

    Please be aware that because of the temporary nature of Spa Circuit, parking areas are based in the surrounding fields. Please contact us if you require disabled parking as standard parking areas may not be suitable. There is no dedicated parking for motorbikes, so if you require parking for a motorbike, you will need to purchase the parking passes below. It is also possible to park a motorbike in Francorchamps village and walk from here.

    Coach & Bus

    A free coach service has been offered during previous years on the Sunday from a number of cities.

    This service has not been confirmed for this year's Grand Prix, but we will include more information as soon as it is released by the circuit.

    Taxi

    The main taxi point is at the Racing Hotel in the center of Francorchamps. This is located around 700m from the La Source entrance. It is possible to take taxis towards other entrances, but because of road restrictions you your taxi driver may need to drop you off further out and you will need to walk to your entrance. Try to arrange a pick-up in advance for your return to avoid potential long waits.

    Train

    If you are looking to travel to the circuit using public transport, the best option is to take a train into Spa or Verviers and then transfer to the circuit. Trains run from most major cities around Belgium, such as Liege, Charleroi and Brussels to Verviers Station. Then, a regular shuttle bus runs between Verviers train station and the La Source entrance of the circuit over Grand Prix weekend, payable on the day.

    For those coming from further afield, the Eurostar runs directly from London St Pancras to Brussels Midi in just 2 hours. You can also opt to travel to any Belgian station for a slightly higher fee. This will allow you to continue your travel onwards in Belgium up to 24 hours after your Eurostar train arrives in Brussels.

    Helicopter

    Helicopter company Evenementciel offer shuttle services from Maastricht, Bruxelles, Liège, Cologne, Paris and Charleroi Airports, as well as circuit fly-overs, over the race weekend. Please contact us directly for a personalised quote.

    Other

    A shuttle service runs between the different entrances of the circuit if you arrive in a different location to your entry gate.

    International

    For information on international travel including the nearest airports, please check out our Destination & Tourism page.

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