Spanish Grand Prix


Travel by Coach
3 Included Excursions
  • Enjoy the qualifying and race day at the Spanish Grand Prix
  • Explore Barcelona on a full day excursion
  • Stay in the beautiful coastal town of Santa Susanna
  • Package includes 9 nights accommodation, daily breakfast and 8 dinners (no dinner included on 1st night)
  • General admission tickets are included in the price. Ticket upgrades including grandstand seats are possible – please call for details

We will base ourselves in the coastal resort of Santa Susanna at the four star superior Caprici Verd. You will experience the power of the F1 cars at both the qualifying and race day at the Circuit de Catalunya on the outskirts of Barcelona.

We will visit the fantastic city of Barcelona with sights such as the Sagrada Familia, Las Ramblas and the Nou Camp. You will also have time to relax in resort taking advantage of the hotel pool or the long sandy beach.

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Day One: UK to France
We depart the UK and cross to France before continuing to our overnight hotel.

Day Two: France to Santa Susanna
We depart the hotel after breakfast and continue through the French countryside before arriving in time for dinner at the Caprici Verd hotel in Santa Susanna. (B,D)

Day Three to Day Seven: Santa Susanna, Grand Prix and Barcelona 
We will enjoy two days at the Circuit de Catalunya as we watch the qualifying day and race day at the Spanish Grand Prix. As well as the Grand Prix you will have two free days to enjoy your surroundings in Santa Susanna and also visit the vibrant city of Barcelona, famous for the Sagrada Familia and Las Ramblas. (B,D)

Day Eight: Santa Susanna to France
We depart Santa Susanna today and drive back into France and our overnight hotel. (B,D)

Day Nine: France to Northern France
We continue through France for our last overnight stop in the Lille area. (B,D)

Day Ten: Northern France to UK
We depart our overnight hotel this morning and continue to Calais for our return crossing to the UK and journey home. (B)


Hotel Caprici Verd

The 4* superior Caprici Verd is located on the promenade in Santa Susanna, only two minutes walk to the beach.

Rooms at this hotel

Hotel Gallery

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Full Day: Spanish Grand Prix Qualifying

Enjoy the build up to the main event by watching the important qualifying session to see who starts in pole position. You can also enjoy the support races on the calendar.

Please note included tickets for the Grand Prix are general admission. Upgrades are available which include grandstand seats - please ask for details.


Full Day: Spanish Grand Prix Race Day

After your taste of the action on the qualifying day it is time for the main event. Warm up by watching the support races before experiencing one of the best races on the F1 calendar.

Please note included tickets for the Grand Prix are general admission. Upgrades are available which include grandstand seats - please ask for details.


Full Day: Barcelona

Barcelona is the fourth most visited in city in Europe and is a lively and exciting place to discover.  Especially remarkable is the work of architect Antoni Gaudí, which can be seen throughout the city. His best-known work is the unfinished church of the Sagrada Família, which has been under construction since 1882.


Optional Excursions

Barcelona Sightseeing Tour

Discover some of Barcelona’s very best attractions and landmarks during our exciting sightseeing tour, so you can see more of this incredible city. Drive through the city and learn more about the Catalonian capital’s interesting history while admiring its beautiful sights. From Gaudi’s famous architecture to the city’s bustling shopping districts and historical attractions, we’ll get to explore further with our sightseeing tour.


Half Day: Besalu

Enjoy an exciting excursion to explore the nearby town of Besalu, a historical national property since 1966. Here, we’ll find amazing medieval cobbled streets and facades, as well as the well-known 12th-century Romanesque bridge over the Fluvia River.