Belgian F1 Grand Prix 2017
25 August Friday (Practice)
26 August Saturday (Qualifying)
27 August Sunday (Race)
A weekend in Spa Franchorchamps, Belgium, is a delightful experience for fans and corporate clients alike. A refurbished pit building and a lot of new features and improvements to the historic race track and its facilities means that you will enjoy a fabulous weekend.
Not only is the scenery magnificent but Belgium has some of the best restaurants in Europe. Our Belgian Grand Prix tours give you the flexibility to fly in from a regional airport, arrive in Brussels by Eurostar from central London or to take your own car and enjoy some of the delightful towns and villages around the Spa-Francorchamps GP circuit.
Spa is only one hour away from most cities in the western part of Germany, so this is yet another opportunity for you should you have missed the German Grand Prix in Hockenheimring.
The track is highly technical, alternating between straight lines and rapid curves. Due to its high-speed winding turns, very slow loop (La Source), and famous « Raidillon » (Eau Rouge), this track offers sensations unknown on other tracks, to both drivers and spectators.
The weather in Belgium is sometimes as surprising as the races. Thus, it may be raining on one part of the track while the rest of the track is still dry. But whatever the weather, to many people, the track is still « One of the world's most beautiful race tracks »
Airports ‐ Liège's Airport (LGG) is closest to the circuit (60 km away), but is smaller and serves mainly national flights. The easiest way to get to and from the airport is to take a taxi or rent a car. There are buses running from the airport to Liege city center as well, but this service is not available on weekends and holidays. See more information and timetable here.
Larger airports that serves international flights are within reach of Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps as well. Click on the airport’s name to get to their respective web pages to find more information and transportation options:
Maastricht Aachen Airport (MST) – 80 km / 1h away
Luxembourg Findel Airport (LUX) – 110 km / 1h30 min away
Brussels Airport (BRU) – 140 km / 1h40 min away
Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS) – 160 km / 1h45 min away
Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps
The easiest way to get to the circuit from any of the airports above is by car or taxi. A good option would be to rent a car, as the circuit is located close to major motorways. You can also travel by train from larger cities like Brussels, Liege and Luxembourg.
Taxi – The approximate fare for a 10-km ride is around €25. From Liège City center to the Spa-Francorchamps Circuit, the trip will probably cost you around €75. Please also note that sometimes, taxi drivers add a service charge.
Train - The closest train station to the track is called Verviers. To find more information and plan your train trip in Belgium, click here.
Arrive by train via Liege and take one of the many shuttle buses available to the circuit.
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