The Circuit de Catalunya is located in the small town of Montmeló, some 20 kilometres northeast of Barcelona, and is easily accessible by public transport and by car.
Trains are the most efficient means of transport on race days at the Circiut de Catalunya. There are several special trains to Montmeló and back. Within the public transportation of Greater Barcelona Montmeló is in the Tariff Zone 2.
Approximately 30 minutes should be allowed for in order to walk from the station to the Montmeló racetrack and then the way to your stand. The trail is well marked and you can simply follow the other visitors to the race track. But you should know which entrance you must use.
Take the RENFE R2 train from the train stations "Sants Estacio”, " Passeig de Gràcia" or "El Clot" towards Maçanet Massanes. The journey to Montmeló takes about 23 minutes. From there it is about a 30 minute walk to the racetrack.
Take the RENFE R2 train in the direction of Maçanet Massanes / Barcelona. Access from Girona to Montmeló takes about 60 minutes.
The Sagalés bus company offers a shuttle service from Barcelona to the east side of Circiuts. The buses start at the corner of Passeig de Sant Joan and c/Diputació. Nearest tube station: Tetuan (L2). Tickets for the 45-minute journey should be pre-booked: Sagalés phone number: +34 902 130 014 or www.sagales.com (select "Montmeló, Catalunya (Servei especial)" as a destination from the list).
On Friday a bus runs to the race track from 8:00 to 12:30 every 30 minutes, on Saturday from 7:30 to 12:30 every 15 minutes, and on Sunday from 7:30 to 12:00 every 10 minutes. In the evening, the last buses run from the track back to Barcelona - on Fridays and Sundays at 18:00 and on Saturday at 18:30.
By car, take the C-17/C-33 for about 20 kilometres to the northeast in the direction of Montmeló city.
The C-17 passes the northern side of the track. Here, take exit Parets del Vallès and follow the signs to the parking area.
The C-33/AP-7 runs south past the Circuit de Catalunya. Here, take exit 13 Granollers and from here follow the signs to the parking area.
At the Circuit de Catalunya 32,000 parking spaces near the track are available. Because the track is very large, you should first know which parking area you would like to reach. In order to determine which car park is best to use, refer to our Grandstand Plan.
We recommend booking parking in advance.
You can download a map of each parking area here (PDF files):
The car parks open at 7:00, and on Sunday at 6:30. At night they are locked, so exit is not possible then. Please note that the parking area is not guarded.