Transport

During the race weekend of the Formula 1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix more than a hundred thousand visitors will travel to Circuit Zandvoort each day. In doing so, every racing fan will choose the form of travel that best suits them. See the various transport options below. 

The area around Circuit Zandvoort will be mostly reserved for pedestrian access during the race weekend. This means that all visitors will have to complete the last part of their journey on foot, regardless of the form of transport they choose. You will cover the last few hundred metres to the circuit as a veritable ‘sea of orange’. Along the way there is also plenty to experience, with an extensive side events programme.

Walking

For visitors who live in or are staying in Zandvoort, Bloemendaal aan Zee or in the immediate area, the best option is to walk! You are not dependent on anyone and you have easy access to everything. In any case, with any of the alternative means of transport you will still have to walk the last part of the journey.

Taxi/Uber

During the event Zandvoort is not accessible for taxis. If visitors do want to come by taxi, they have to be dropped off at the P+R parking spaces and continue with the shuttle bus. Buy your shuttle bus ticket in advance. In online sales the shuttle bus costs €17.50 and during the event on location €25.

Visitors can travel back by taxi after the Dutch Grand Prix. Get on at the taxi stand in the centre of Zandvoort. From the circuit it is about a fifteen minute walk to this stand.

Disabled access

Visitors with a ticket for the stand for the disabled can use a car park near the circuit. More information about this will be sent to these visitors personally. Apart from these parking spaces, no other disabled parking spaces will be available in Zandvoort.