You may wish to consider the following for planning your race weekend travel to Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve:
There is no parking directly at the circuit. If you need to drive, leave your car in the suburbs and use another form of transport to reach the circuit.
If you're crossing the border into Canada from the USA, please remember to bring your passport and to allow extra time for the border crossing.
Various autobus routes run throughout the city and stop at different metro stops where you can change to catch a metro to the circuit. However, busy Grand Prix traffic may mean that these services are not the fastest way to reach the circuit.
You can take a main-line train to Montreal station. From here you will need to transfer to the circuit using another form of transport such as the Metro.
The Metro runs throughout the city and stops at the circuit at Jean-Drapeau station. This is the most popular way to reach the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve but please be aware there is a 10-25 minute walk depending on your stand location.
Taxis can go to and from the circuit. Try to arrange a pickup in advance to avoid waiting around at the end.
A boat runs from Montreal Quays to the island approximately once an hour during peak season. Check http://www.navettesmaritimes.com for more information.
All domestic and international flights land at Montreal's Pierre Elliott-Trudeau International Airport, situated 22km west of the city.
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