Czech Republic is a worth it country to visit and one of the reasons is because the Brno Circuit. It might be your first visit. If you really want to visit Czech Republic and Brno Circuit, you should read the information below to broaden your knowledge about this Moto GP track first.
The Development of Brno Circuit
Some people don’t really know about Brno Circuit. Actually, it is a common thing because this circuit is also known as Masaryk Circuit. The name of the circuit is the same with the location of the circuit, Brno. The interesting fact about this circuit is that it was a public road and it was the longest road in Brno. The Brno Circuit was built in 19 mill public road. The total length of the track is around 5.403 km or 3.357 mi along with 15 turns. In specific, the turns consist of 9 right turns and 6 left turns. Moto GP is not the only great event which held in this circuit. The other motor sport events which also hold in the circuit are A1 Grand Prix, Formula 3 Euro Series, Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, FIA GT1 World Championship, Superbike World Championship, and FIA World Touring Car Championship. Brno Circuit consists of 4 different road circuits. Those are the original circuit which designed around 1930 up to 1948, the second road circuit in 1949 up to 1963, the third road circuit in 1964 up to 1974, and the fourth road circuit in 1975 up to 1986. Today, Brno Circuit is a permanent circuit.
Best Route to Brno Circuit
The thing you also need to know is the way to go to Brno Circuit. Actually, there are several ways to go to this circuit. You can go by plane and transit on Brno International Airport, Prague Airport, and Vienna Schwechat International Airport, and Airport Bratislava. You just need to spend for about 25 km to the circuit from Brno International Airport. From the international airport, you just have to take D1 motorway which is directed to Prague. Then, turn off at the exit 182 Kwalka. Just find the Grand Prix and Paddock signs. Soon, you will see the circuit. You can also drive your own car by following the route above. If you want to go there by public transportation, you may try to use bus and don’t forget to take the bus no. 402. Motorcycle is also possible for those who want to go there personally.
Great Places to Visit
There are also several interesting places to visit before or after enjoying race at Brno Circuit. Let say, you can visit a great place known as the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul. It is a national cultural monument and becomes a great attraction due to the splendid architecture. You can continue the journey to Spilberk Castel and Brno Museum if you still have time. This is also an ancient building from the 13th century. At that time, the place was a prison, fortress, and castle but today it becomes a museum.
So, what do you think? Do you want to go to Czech Republic now? If it is so, take Brno Circuit as your main destination and enjoy great race as well as the beauty of the surrounding.
Hotel Near Brno Circuit
Watching motogp, superbike or formula1 races is very exciting, especially if the place to stay near the location, can walk around the location, here is a list of hotels close to the location.
- Camp Alpa (2.03 km)
- Hotel Kobero (2.97 km)
- Penzion Cihelna (3.06 km)
- Hotel Zebetinsky Dvur Brno (3.23 km)
- Hotel Victory (3.23 km)
- Hotel Restaurant Na Nǭvsi (3.75 km)
- Penzion Vintrovna (4.29 km)
- Pension Cristal (4.38 km)
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