The Belgian Grand Prix sees visitors descend on the Spa area of the country to see their favourite drivers compete at the Spa Francorchamps track, which provides an up close and personal race experience in a stunning woodland setting.
The majority of F1 Grand Prix fans travel to the Belgian race as it is a throwback to a bygone era in racing, which includes a long track at Francorchamps that is perfect for seeing the most technologically advanced race cars in the world at their best.
One of the major advantages of travelling to the circuit is the fact that the original track is still in use in the area and can be travelled by car or bicycle in a bid to take a short run over a real F1 circuit.
Finding the perfect accommodation for any visit to the 2021 Belgian Grand Prix should also include the chance to explore the region being visited between practice, qualifying and race times.
Moving away from the Spa Francorchamps race area can make the trip to the circuit a little longer, but can also save a large amount on the cost of a room.
Staying in the Ardennes Forest the F1 Belgian Grand Prix is raced within can provide stunning landscapes visible from most hotels and B&B accommodation within the region. Hotels within close distance of Spa Francorchamps motor racing track can be found nearby in the towns of Spa, Francorchamps, Stavelot, Malmedy, Burnenville, Baronheid, Hockai, Waimes, Liege, …
For those who are looking for a unique and once in a lifetime F1 experience the casino at Spa is historic and can be accessed from close to Francorchamps track.
A small B&B or hotel in the area will bring visitors into contact with local people who can recommend some of the amazing sites of the region to visit.
This being a Belgian event there is always the chance to find accommodation close to any of the local hostelries close to Francorchamps that brew and serve fine local beers.