There is limited parking available at the circuit, and also in the local area. The additional parking areas can be found at Boulevard Barnaart (close to the beach), Fauvageolein, the garage in the centre of the town and Parking De Zuid. These will all be chargeable, and as soon as prices are announced we will update this section.
In order to protect the environment and local inhabitants of Zanvoort, traffic over the race weekend will be regulated and ticket-holders are encouraged to use the distant car parks and come on foot or by bicycle. A Park & Bike system will be in place, where you can park your car remotely and take a bicycle to the circuit. Rental bicycles will be available at a fee.
Alternatively, a Park & Ride system is also available. Please contact us if you require further information.
Buses run direct to the circuit from Amsterdam and Haarlem. From Haarlem, the number 80 bus stops at NS Station Haarlem and goes close to the outside of the main entrance.
The nearest train station is the Zandvoort aan Zee station, located 2km away from the circuit. Trains from Amsterdam and Haarlem run frequently, with services every half hour.
From here, the circuit is only a 10 minute walk away, or you can take a local bus, which will be payable on the day. Please note that services will be busier over the race weekend. There will also be no bicycles allowed on trains over the race weekends, due to the expected crowds. We will update this section with more information as soon as it becomes available.
Zandvoort is a Dutch coastal town west of Amsterdam, and a popular seaside resort. With the circuit located approximately a 10 minute walk from the train station, the majority of Zandvoort is accessible by foot or bicycle.
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