Circuit de Barcelona, CatalunyaCircuit de Barcelona, Catalunya

1970-01-011970-01-01Mid-May

By Editorial Team

The Spanish Grand Prix has it all and is one of the best value races on the Formula One calendar.

The Spanish Grand Prix is one of the oldest races in the world that is still active, celebrating its centenary in 2013. It had a modest beginning as a simple production car race and was interrupted by WWI and the Spanish Civil War before becoming a regular circuit in the Formula One World Championship in 1968.

The number of visitors that attend the Spanish Grand Prix has increased dramatically in recent years, since Fernando Alonso became a real force in the championship. Each year, a carnival atmosphere fills the stands creating an exciting and exhilarating ambiance.

Speak to your charter broker to arrange a stop-off in Barcelona on your charter itinerary. Travel to the Circuit de Catalunya and experience the fantastic atmosphere that comes with the home supporters cheering on their local hero. Just outside the circuit is the beautiful, architectural city of Barcelona just waiting to be explored. Discover the myriad of Guadi sites dotted across the city and soak up the vibrant atmosphere.

Each year, a carnival atmosphere fills the stands creating an exciting and exhilarating ambiance.

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