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Important Things You Must Know about Sachsenring Circuit

A must place you have to visit while spending time in German is Sachsenring Circuit. You have to know first why this circuit is a worth it to visit as well as what you can do while spending time around the circuit. The information below helps you to enjoy Sachsenring Circuit more than you are expected.

What You Should Know about Sachsenring Circuit  

When you are visiting Germany, you have to go to a town known as Saxony. Actually, Saxony is the location of Sachsenring Circuit. The exact location is on Hohenstein Ernstthal. The circuit divided into three different parts. The first part is circuit A Grand Prix Circuit along with 3.700km long. The second is circuit B or the Omega circuit. The length of this circuit is around 2.100km long. The third is circuit C and the length of this circuit is 1.700km long. The track is not only used for Moto GP event but also several precious motor sport events such as ADAC GT Masters, motorcycle Grand Prix, and FIA GT1 World Championship. The total of the spectators are various year by year. In 1998 when the circuit was firstly opened, the spectator was about 142.000 and until today, the spectator is around 211.588.

The Ways to Go to Sachsenring Circuit

So, how to go to the Sachsenring Circuit for the first time visitors? You don’t need to worry about that because there are several ways to go to this circuit. For those who want to visit this circuit by plane, you can choose start it from Dresden Airport or Halle Airport. The distance between Dresden Airport and Sachsenring circuit is around 95 km as well as from the Halle Airport is around 150 km. From the Dresden Airport, follow the A4 motorway around 90km until you see the exit of Hohenstein Ermstthal then turn left to the B180 trunk road. Follow the Sachsenring sign road and soon you will see the circuit. The route from the Halle Airport is the same but from the airport you have to go along A14 to the Dresden first then follow the route explained above. You can also go to the circuit by Flixbus or by train.

Exploring the City before and after Visiting Sachsenring Circuit

What do you have to do while waiting for the latest race at Sachsenring Circuit? The best way to spend your time there is by exploring the Hohenstein Ermstthal. Actually, this city was two separated areas which are Hohenstein and Ermstthal. The location is only 15 km from the Saxony. You are about to enjoy a place which has a great natural scenery and also silver mines. Moreover, you can also take a walk to enjoy Chemnitz. By visiting this area, you are about to enjoy the third largest city in Saxony. This area has fantastic foothills of the Ore Mountains.

Now, you know that enjoying German is not only spending time in the capital city. More than that, you can go to specific city such as Saxony to enjoy Moto GP races at Sachsenring Circuit. Before or after that, you can explore the area to see the beauty of the surrounding.

Hotel Near Sachsenring 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.

  1. Culina (0.75 km)
  2. Hotel & Restaurant Drei Schwanen (1.91 km)
  3. Gasthaus Stadt Chemnitz (2.67 km)
  4. Beierleins Landgasthaus & Hotel (5.36 km)
  5. Hotel BǬrgerhof (5.37 km)
  6. Landhotel Walderholung (6.72 km)
  7. Pension Andrea (7.22 km)
  8. Ferienwohnung Zahn (7.37 km)
  9. GrǬnaer Hof (7.48 km)

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