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  • MotoGP tickets for the Spanish Grand Prix Catalonia/Aragon/Valencia

  • MotoGP Catalonia at Montmelo’s racetrack Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya

  • Grand Prix Catalogne de MotoGP au circuit à Montmeló

  • MotoGP tickets Grand Prix Catalonia, Circuit de Barcelona-Catalonia

  • MotoGP tickets Grand Prix Aragon

  • Grand Prix Aragon at racetrack Motorland Alcañiz

  • MotoGP race at Circuit Ricardo Tormo Cheste

  • Grand Prix Valencia at Circuit Ricardo Tormo Cheste

How to get to the Circuit of Motorland

Main Airports:

Madrid (MAD) (Barajas) is 13km (8 miles) northeast of the city. To/from the airport: Bus and underground services depart to the city regularly. Taxi service is available. Facilities: Restaurants and bars, bank, several car hire offices, hotel reservation and tourist information desks, and outgoing duty-free shop.

Barcelona (BCN) (el Prat) is 3km (2 miles) southwest of the city. To/from the airport: Bus and rail services to the city depart regularly. Taxi service to the city is available (journey time - 30 minutes). Facilities: A bank, restaurant, bar, several car hire companies, hotel reservation and tourist information desks and duty-free shops.

Alicante (ALC) (Altet) is 12km (7 miles) southwest of the city. To/from the airport: Bus service runs to the city regularly. A taxi service is available to the city. There is a taxi connection between Alicante and Valencia Airport. Facilities: Duty-free shop, bank, bureau de change, car hire, tourist information and restaurant.

Málaga (AGP)is 10km (6 miles) southwest of the city. To/from the airport: Buses run regularly throughout the day. A train service runs regularly also. A taxi service to the city is available. Facilities: Duty-free shop, bank/bureau de change, restaurant and car hire.

Valencia (VLC) (Manises) is 8km (5 miles) west of the city. To/from the airport: An aero bus takes passengers into the city. Other buses travel to the city frequently throughout the day. Taxis also run. Facilities: Several car hire firms, bank/bureau de change, restaurant, bar and duty-free shop.

Spain boasts over 30 international airports, run by AENA (Aeropuertos Espanoles y Navegación Aérea) (website:

Note: For information on travel to and within the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands, see the respective sections.

Getting There by Water:

Main ports: Barcelona (website:, Cadiz (website:, Santander (website:, Valencia (website: and Vigo (website:

Brittany Ferries (tel: 0870 366 5333, in the UK; website: operates a service to Santander (on the north coast) from Plymouth (journey time - 18 hours). P&O European Ferries (tel: 0870 520 2020, in the UK; website: operates a service from Portsmouth to Bilbao (journey time - 35 hours).

Rail Passes: InterRail: offers unlimited first- or second-class travel in up to 30 European countries for European residents of over six months with two pass options. The Global Pass allows travel for 22 days, one month, five days in 10 days or 10 days in 22 days across all countries. The One-Country Pass offers travel for three, four, six or eight days in one month in any of the countries except Bosnia-Herzegovina and Montenegro. Travel is not allowed in the passenger’s country of residence. Discounts are offered on Eurostar and some ferry routes. Available from Rail Europe (tel: 0870 837 1371; website:

Eurailpass:  Options include a comprehensive Global Pass with practically unlimited travel in 18 European countries, the more limited Select Pass and Regional pass, or the single-country National Pass.For more details, contact The Eurail Group (website:

Getting There by Road:

The main route from the UK is via France. The main motorways to Spain from France are via Bordeaux or Toulouse to Bilbao (northern Spain) and via Marseille or Toulouse to Barcelona (eastern Spain).

Eurolines (tel: 08705 143 219, in the UK; website: runs regular coach services to Spain. Passes: Travellers can book a 15- or 30-day pass.