GP Motorcycle Racing

The Catalan Grand Prix Championship (Moto GP) takes place at the Circuit de Catalunya, located at just 32km away from Barcelona.

International competition of Moto GP currently has great Spanish names among its most prominent riders like Dani Pedrosa, Marc Marquez and Jorge Lorenzo.

To see them all and all other international pilots as Nicky Hayden, Andrea Dovizioso, Valentino Rossi or Stefan Bradl you can go to see a race close to Barcelona.

Do not miss the opportunity to asist to a GP race in your trip to the city.
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How to get to Circuit de Catalunya

Driving from Barcelona:
You can reach the highway C-17 (exit Montmeló) (,) and the AP-7 highway.

If you choose to get on the AP-7 toll, there are various exits to reach the Circuit: 13, 14 and 15.

By train from Barcelona:
R2 Line Castelldefels Centre-Granollers
R2 Line Nord-Aeroport Maçanet Massanes

Station: Estació de Montmeló
Duration: 30 minutes
Frequency: 4 trains on weekdays, 2 trains on weekends.
Access by foot from the train: From the train station to the Circuit de Catalunya there is a walk of about 40 minutes.

By bus from Barcelona:

The bus company Sagalés provides a shuttle bus to the Circuit de Catalunya Barcelona. Departure is in the Street Passeig de Sant Joan 52 (corner c / Diputació) of Barcelona, and the arrival is in front of the supermarket Sorli Discau (300 meters from the entrance to the Circuit).