Book now and enjoy the Belgian F1 Grand Prix! The F1 ticket and hotel package includes accommodation for 3 nights in a 3* Floris Arlequin Grand Place hotel (or similar) in Brussels and General Admission tickets to the race, for both Saturday and Sunday. Also included are return transfers from the hotel to the track for both days. From €590EURper person
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- A must see event for any F1 fan
- One of the greatest circuits on the Formula One calendar, featuring the legendary Eau Rouge corner
- Explore Brussels after enjoying the race and qualifying
- 3 nights' accommodation in 3* Floris Arlequin Grand Place hotel or similar
- B&B basis
- General admission tickets for Saturday qualifying & Sunday race
- Return hotel-track transfers for both days
- Local representative
- Return airport transfers
- Meals & beverages - unless otherwise specified
- Local taxes where applicable
- Everything else not mentioned above
Belgium's Spa-Francorchamps circuit is among the most historic on the Formula One calendar, having hosted a (non-championship) Grand Prix as long ago as 1924, and remains one of the most popular venues with drivers and fans alike. the original Spa layout was an amazing 14.9 kilometres long and notoriously dangerous.The lap distance was reduced slightly over the years, with some corners eased, but when the 'old' circuit staged its final Grand Prix in 1970 it still measured just over 14 kilometres and remained staggeringly quick - Chris Amon set that year's fastest lap at an average speed of just under 245 km/h.
Please note that tickets are non-refundable once confirmed.
Prices for extra nights and ticket upgrades are available by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org – please specify exact dates, number of people and/or tickets you would like prices for. BOOK BEFORE 28/02/2017 AND GET FREE AIRPORT TRANSFERS INCLUDED
Transfers Hotel - Circuit - Hotel
Transfers are being made by private shuttle bus. The distance from the hotel to the circuit is 148 km (about 90 miles). Normally speaking you are expected to arrive at the circuit in 2 hours, but this may vary, depending on traffic conditions
Brussels is the ultimate European city and is often referred to as The Capital of Europe. It is an international metropolis – a mosaic of languages, cultures, and traditions. The city of is one of the world's great cosmopolitan capitals, home to both the European Union and NATO, as well as a wealth of international trade and finance companies.
Aside from the splendid and varied architectural styles of the city, Brussels also hosts over 80 museums, numerous tourist attractions, a vibrant nightlife, and more restaurants than you could count. Brussels is the perfect destination for a short city break or a cultural break!
Don't miss the delicious Belgian chocolates or the famous Belgian beer while you're in Brussels!
Well-situated between France and Holland, the kingdom of Belgium encompasses all the best that Europe has to offer in an area no bigger than Maryland.
Brussels International Airport is located 8 miles (13 Km) northeast of the city centre - The train station is located on the lower level of Brussels International Airport (1st floor). There is a train shuttle service from the airport to the North, South and Central stations of Brussels.
Top Ten Things to do in Brussels:
1 - Grand Place:
The Grand Place, with its ornate baroque and gothic guild houses, is usually the first port of call for most visitors to Brussels and one of the most beautiful squares in Europe.
2 - Town Hall:
The first building you notice upon entering the Grand place is the striking gothic town hall, which dates back to the 13th century.
3 - Manneken Pis:
This famous statue of a little boy peeing in a fountain is a perfect representative of the irreverent Belgian humor.
4 - Galeries St Hubert:
This gorgeous, glass-roofed arcade in the center of town, lined with cafes, theaters and luxury stores has the distinction of being the first shopping arcade in Europe.
5 - Mont Des Arts:
Situated half way between the broad avenues of Brussels' Park and the pretty gardens of Petit Sablon and Egmont, this area marks the transition between the 'upper' and 'lower' town.
6 - European Union:
Brussels is home to the European Union (EU) which is comprised of 25 European countries.
7 - Ommegang Festival (Grand Place):
Take a seat on the tiered stands or lean on the low barriers and find yourself transported to 1549. This festival next takes place in July 2008.
8 - Museum of Musical Instruments:
A strikingly beautiful building in Brussels combining the architectural styles of Neo-Classic and Art Nouveau.
9 - The Belgian Centre for Comic Strip Art:
Housed in an art nouveau masterpiece designed by Victor Horta, this museum pays homage to a particular Belgian passion, cartooning. The museum's most famous characters include Tintin and the Smurfs.
10 - The Royal Palace:
The official home of the Belgian king, you will always know if he is in the country when you see the Belgian flag flying on top of the building.
3* Floris Arlequin Grand Place
The hotel is located in the heart of the city, right next to the architectural wonder of the Grand Place and extremely close to all public transport. There are 6 types of air-conditioned rooms, including large family rooms, a fitness area, free Wi-Fi everywhere, 2 meeting rooms and a breakfast served on the 7th floor that makes for breathtaking panoramic views of the city and the Grand Place.
The double rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV, a fully equipped bathroom with either a shower or a bath tub, hairdryer and all other necessary bathroom amenities. There is also free WiFi at your disposal. And to top it all off, you have an amazing view on the Grand Place. All of the rooms have air-conditioning.
Nearest Airport: Brussels Airport (approx. 25mins)
Other airports: Antwerp International Airport (approx. 50mins), or Brussels South Charleroi Airport (approx. 55mins)
Exit the airport and head north-east on Leopoldlaan. Head onto the A201 and take Exit Zaventem, R22, E40, N3 and R20 to Avenue Fonsny/N265 in Brussel. Turn left onto Rue d'Anglettere/Engelandstraat. Your hotel is on the left-hand side.
By Public Transport
Approx. 40mins - At the Zaventem Luchtaven Perron B at the airport, take the 683 bus towards Zaventem-Vilvoorde-Zemst-Mechelen. Alight after 2 stops at Zaventem Technics Noord. After a short walk to the Brussel Nat-Luchthaven where you should get the IC3635 train towards De Panne but exit at Brussel-Zuid/Bruxelles-Midi. The hotel is around 100m from this station.
By Private Transfer
Taxi available outside airport. Private transfer available on request after main booking.