Tourist Information Guide

Guided Tours of Circuit de Catalunya

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Fans of F1 and the Moto GP may be excited to hear that the home of these events is open to the public throughout the year. On many days throughout the year the Circuit opens its doors for Guided Tours of the area, taking in the main attractions that they feel will appeal to racing fans.

The tour lasts approximately 1 hour and is in groups of a maximum of 10 - 12 people.

What the tour involves

  1. The briefing room
  2. The Briefing Room
    The Briefing Room

  3. Prepodium and Podium
  4. Prepodium and Podium
    Prepodium and Podium

  5. The press room
  6. The Press Room
    The Press Room

  7. CCTV room
  8. CCTV Room
    CCTV Room

  9. VIP Room
  10. The VIP Room
    The VIP Room

  11. The Pits
  12. The Pits
    The Pits

  13. The Paddocks
  14. The Paddocks
    The Paddocks

The tour also takes in a lap of the service track. This is the track that runs alongside the main track and is normally only open to Emergency Services. The tour involves a lap of this area in a mini bus.


Tickets For Circuit De Catalunya Guided Tour

Tickets

Adults €10.00  

Children  €5.00   (5 - 14 years).


Times

It is necessary to check with the Circuit regarding what days the Guided Tours are available.

They take place two times a day at  10:00 and 12:00 noon  (limited availability).


How to Get to Circuit de Catalunya

Transport to the Circuit

For details on how to get to the circuit please see
Your Guide To The Formula 1 Barcelona Grand Prix

However, please note that the shuttle buses only run for the days of the Grand Prix. For the rest of the year it they do not run.


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