The circuit has two General Admission areas to offer; described as meadows, from these grassy, banked areas you can view the race, and choose from the area between the Rio Turn, Quercia Turn and Tramonto Turn - named Zone 1 - or from between the Tramonto Turn and the Curvone turn - named Zone 2.
21 Sep 2019
The BookMoto service and communication was great, To pick up my tickets at Misani i just followed the directions that BookMoto emailed to me. It took me only 5 minutes. I would highly recommend Bookmoto. The race was great at the Vales home circuit. Many Thanks
20 Sep 2019
Excellent weekend at San Marino circuit. Had tickets for prato 1 and 2 and soaked up the atmosphere on the banks. Lots of eat and drink, toilets well maintained and everywhere clean. Fab.
16 Sep 2018
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12 Sep 2018
Fantastic weekend in San Marino. Has to be one of 'the' best places to see what is the best motor sport championship around. Great hotels in Misano. Excellent food, beer and hospitality and easy to get to. All in all a great trip - and a good sun tan!
10 Sep 2018
Brilliant great track & location, parking Friday & Saturday no issues! Race day different, you need to get to the circuit very early it’s a busy place.. Great experience would recommend! Adriatic coast plenty places to stay!
14 Sep 2017
Since the race was full of water and weather was cold and rainy the event was very nice and good organized. Tickets were delivered in time and thus we could enjoy MotoGP race.
11 Sep 2017
Obviously this was going to be a strange one without VR but Misano was still great fun. The rain though caused chaos on the Pratos with the resulting mud banks becoming treacherous. No place for young or indeed older race fans. We have always used Prato 1 but had to move before Moto 2 as one of our group uses crutches and we were fearing for her being able to exit the Prato due to no grip
11 Sep 2017
The experience was fantastic just a shame about the weather but nothing that bookmoto.com could of done about that. Tickets came on time with great instructors to help us with our visit. Will definitely book again Thanks again
08 Oct 2016
Unbelievable atmosphere. Sea of yellow on every direction. No escape from the sun in Prato 1 & 2 and it gets far too overcrowded with other fans getting grumpy if you need to get in and out of the area. Worth paying more money for a grandstand ticket. As far as getting out after is concerned, no different to any other circuit. Getting there by car was straightforward and we paid €10 to park in a field a few kilometres away and then walked to the circuit. I personally prefer the Catalunya circuit for racing but fantastic to watch Vale race at his home track.
21 Sep 2016
Don't buy general admission tickets, we arrived at 8am and most areas were already full, we upgraded our tickets to the missanino stand which had excellent views of the track. It's valentino's home track he lives just down the road so the atmosphere is incredible but everyone gets there really early hence the recommendation for stand tickets. We stayed at Riccione which is a lovely place to stay and you can actually bike or hire mopeds/motorbikes and get there, they also lay on free shuttle buses but we actually walked back, it took a while but you can go via the seafront. They are quite strict in the circuit you are only allowed in the area where your tickets cover, we've been to other tracks where you can walk all the way round but it's a definite one to go to just to see and feel the whole Valentino effect.
17 Sep 2016
Considering the number of people attending it is a well run circuit with really good facilities. The toilet blocks were clean with plenty of tissue even after a weekend of use by a crowd of 100,000 people. Impressive. The only issue is car parking. There was plenty of space but parking was a free for all resulting in cars blocking exits making leaving an endurance test in 30 degree heat.
16 Sep 2016
Great Weekend, Would have been even better if people would stay seated during a race instead of jumping up and obstructing the view of everybody behind them. Next time i will get grandstand seats if possible.
14 Sep 2016
We stayed at Cattolica. Trains from Ancona airport take about 30mins but best to get a taxi to the main station in the town and not rely on the small station at the airport. Over the race weekend they run free shuttle buses to Tavullia where the atmosphere is amazing. Getting to the track was again by free shuttle buses but be prepared to feel like a sardine. Getting out of the circuit is difficult as the traffic grinds to a halt. We walked it back but it is well over an hours walk. Cattolica is a buzzing place over race weekend and a short train ride from Rimini.
12 Sep 2016
FIrst time at Moto GP in Europe. Stayed in Bologna so travelled down on race day. From reviews we decided to set off early so was on the 7am train to Rimini which arrived at 8.42 and only €9.35 single. From reading various sites including Book Moto which said to travel to Riccione and then get the free shuttle bus, this is not what we did. We bumped into two Americans who told us to go from Rimini to misano andriatco station, which is two stop and only cost €2. From here, we just followed the crowds (plenty of Rossi fans so you won't get lost). We took to walking to the track which was about 25 mins which was great to take in the atmosphere of being with the fans. Very busy at track, easy to get in, bag checked so don't bother taking alcohol as they take it off you. Easy to find the enclosure, lots of stalls to buy merchandise, food, beer etc. Good advice if in any of the Prato sections, take a towel to sit on as grass is awful and a brolley as it gets extremely warm and no shade. Plus get in a bit early to get a decent spot, think I would defiantly get seated next time just for a bit of comfort. The race was exciting, great to sit with all the Rossi fans. Getting out was easy, back to station. Don't forget to get your return ticket back to Rimini as only one ticket machine at the station and queues were long. Also as train was late, crowded train, be careful on platform as the locals just storm the train to get on and we were squashed which was very scary. All in all a great experience And would do it again.
23 Sep 2015
The race meet for me and my companions was totally ruined by the lack of organisation regards access to Prato 1/2. We got there 15 mins before the moto 3 started but struggled to gain access to the standing area as the access areas were not marshalled and it was nigh on impossible to for the four of us to get a good view of the track. My advice is pay the money for a seat and just bask in the atmosphere which is magical when you see the mass of yellow for Rossi.
22 Sep 2015
Decided to try general admission area due to sky high grandstand prices - would not do that again as area was absolutely solid with people when we arrived at 9.30. Couldn't see big screen so had no idea what was happening in MotoGP race with all the pitstops due to rain, commentary was exclusively in Italian ( I know we were in Italy, but there were lots of other nationalities there too, had to wait for the podium interviews in English to find out who won) The circuit is crying out for an autostrada junction to quickly dissipate race traffic
22 Sep 2015
Buried deep in the mad crowd of Prato 2, i chose not going to pick my way through so many towels and rugs to find a toilet, so dehydrated instead. More lavs would be useful. Unusually, most of the food/drink facilities are outside ticket control. Worth knowing before hand.
Eric the Viking
22 Sep 2015
Great venue and great places to stay within a few miles of the track.
22 Sep 2015
A fantastic race with incredible atmosphere and a decent view of the track
21 Sep 2015
Prato 1 & 2 dangerously oversold for event...person who fainted by us unable to be removed from area by medics due to crowd. Insufficient screens so unable to see majority of race other than on tip toes or through occasional gaps in crowd. Good atmosphere amongst the Italian fans. Poor facilities inside stadium... one toilet block and minimal food or drink outlets... though there is no limit to being able to take your own which is good. Free bus to circuit from neighbouring towns... traffic insane so everyone got off bus about two miles out and walked in and lots of people left circuit on foot due to lack of buses, taxis and queuing cars.
Children under 12 (born from 1st January 2008 onwards) are entitled to a significantly discounted General Admission entry when accompanied by a full-paying adult - select the Family General Admission ticket option above for the child ticket (one child per adult).
Children born in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 are entitled to a discounted General Admission entry when accompanied by a full-paying adult. This is applicable for Saturday-only, Sunday-only and Friday Roving tickets respectively. Please contact us for further information.
Children under 12 (born from 1st January 2008 onwards) are entitled to significantly discounted grandstand entry when accompanied by a full paying adult - select the Family Grandstand ticket option above for the child ticket (one child per adult, excludes Central Grid grandstand).
All other children will need to purchase a full priced ticket to access the circuit.
VIP Village Child tickets are available for children aged 2 to 15, while 2 year olds and younger get free access.
Please note that only one child per paying adult will be allowed inside the circuit so please do not order child tickets over this limit. Identification with proof of age will be required on entry to the circuit.
Wheelchair-users and carers can access the circuit for free. No ticket is required but you will need to apply in advance and present disability and carer cards on arrival. Wheelchair accessible platforms can be found between Grandstand C and D, and another in Prato 2 (although this needs to be accessed from Prato 1 entrance). Both platforms are uncovered.
Reduced price General Admission tickets are available for spectators with certain non-wheelchair disabilities and proof of disability will be required both at time of booking and on entry to the circuit.
Please contact us for further information on disabled tickets.
Friday is roving seating, so spectators with Friday Roving tickets can watch from any available seat in the grandstands or General Admission areas with a Friday entry ticket. This excludes access to Central Grid grandstand, but Central Grid ticket holders can access other roving areas.
On Saturday and Sunday, spectators can only access their selected viewing area. Please note that grandstand ticket holders cannot access General Admission areas on Saturday and Sunday.
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