We set up our camp in great area, which means you're only about 20 minutes away from the circuit's entrance!

No transport is needed to the Red Bull Ring!

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Eva Cholevíková Eva Cholevíková

We set up our camp in great area, which means you're only about 20 minutes away from the circuit's entrance!

GPtents is always one of the closest camps to the circuit. That means you do not need any transport to the circuit and you can just enjoy a nice walk before the big race.

Of course, it depends on where you are seated. Always check which tickets you have bought to know which entrance to use. Circuits always have the main entrance and then a couple of others leading to different sections of the circuit.

We recommend going through the main entrance at least once to live through the full experience of F1 or MotoGP racing. The atmosphere is quite something! We advise you to do it any other day than the main race day, in case you want to avoid bigger lines than usual.

It also depends on how fast you walk to the circuit and how big of a crowd is going to the circuit at the same time as you do. 

Try to avoid using your car to reach the circuit gate – the parking situation at the circuit will be chaotic, and if you want to park right in the circuit's area,  you have to pay for a VIP ticket. There are several parking lots around the circuits as well – they are free of charge, but they are usually quickly full anyway. It takes 10–15 minutes by foot to get from the parking lot to the circuit.

So, driving a vehicle is not the best idea, especially since you're probably going to like to enjoy a drink with your friends. 

Just in case you really do not like walks or have a walking disability, the weather is no good or you are just tired, you can take a taxi on Thursday and Friday. Keep in mind that getting a taxi might take longer than usual and it will cost you more than usual, too. 

Sometimes for traffic reasons, the police shuts the road for all vehicles on Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm. Be prepared for that!

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Eva Cholevíková
Eva Cholevíková

Eva is a working student who likes to travel, eat, read, write and dance. She’s into photography, played the saxophone in high school and studies two universities – she’s going to be a master in political science and an engineer in regional development. She’s been camping almost every summer since she was 5 years old. Eva lives with her boyfriend in Brno and they constantly argue which F1 team is better.