Italy Moto GP

Mugello Circuit, Florence, Italy

31 May – 02 June 2024

  Mugello is one of Italy’s classic circuits, tucked away in the rolling hills of the Tuscany region and beloved of the motorcycle racing brigade.  The race track is right outside of Scarperia, a pretty small but charming town in the Mugello valley, about 32 km north of Florence. The entrance to the racetrack is less than 1.5km from the Scarperia, so less than a mile walking distance. Originally a road circuit, the first race at Mugello was held over one hundred years ago in 1914.The Mugello circuit we know today was constructed in 1973 and opened to the public in 1974. Mugello hosted its first Grand Prix in 1976 and the layout of the the circuit sits within a tree lined valley. Buy your Italy Mugello MotoGP tickets only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. Our variety of Italy Mugello Moto GP Tickets feature no hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official MotoGP ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any MotoGP of the season.

Travel Package 

From TBA per person sharing

TRAVEL DATES: 30 May - 03 June 2024

Inclusions:

*All tickets / packages advertised are subject to availability and seasonal price adjustments may apply.

Exclusions:

  • All flights and taxes (on request)
  • Circuit Transfers
  • Visa and Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Tours not mentioned, optional extras / optional sightseeing excursions
  • All items of a personal nature. Meals, drinks, tips and gratuities not specified
  • Anything not mentioned

*You can view our Term’s and Condition’s here

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Florence is a city in the central part of Italy and  home to one of the most famous art galleries in the world, where many Renaissance masterpieces are housed. It is one of the most charming cities in Italy, full of history, art and beautiful architecture. Every corner you turn has a new story, an interesting fun fact and a gorgeous building or piece of art that cannot be missed. It is packed with cobblestone streets, sophisticated palazzi, superb churches and world class museums.  Florence has amazing secrets to uncover and the best part is that it is very well preserved city, where you will feel like you’ve been put back in time. A perfect location to explore the region with short day trips to the beautiful countryside for wine tasting, old medieval hilltop towns, enjoying the breathtaking scenery, a perfect place to stay!   Booking your accommodation in Florence, Italy is a click away. Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

Visa

 

Nearest Airport

The nearest airport to Mugello is Florence (FLR) Airport which is 22.9 km away. Other nearby airports include Bologna (BLQ) (65 km), Pisa (PSA) (85.1 km), Verona (VRN) (166.3 km) and Bastia (BIA) (220.2 km). The Circuit is located 30 km north of Florence and 100 km south of Bologna.  You may grab a taxi from outside the airport or the only bus service available from Florence airport to the centre of the city is the Volainbus shuttle. The trip starts from the airport bus station and ends at the Santa Maria Novella train station. Services from the airport are offered every 30 minutes from 5:30 am to 11:00 pm, without a night service.  Alternatively chat with us to book your private airport transfers.

 

Car and Parking

Most of the parking is free and is located in Luco and in Scarperia. There is one large paid parking area in Scaperia with a custodian if you wish to park there. Parking at the circuit is only for motorbikes and campers with paid passes, so don’t head to the circuit for parking. Some of the car parks can be booked on the website www.parkforfun.it

How to get to the circuit

The easiest and best way to get to the Mugello race track is by train + bus rather than by car, as the roads get quite congested. Special routes have now been designed for arrival to and departure from the race track along all of the major roads, such as the A1 and the Via Bolognese and Via Faentina from/toward Florence, to help control traffic on the main day of racing.  You get to the race circuit by taking either a bus (run by AMV bus into the Mugello) all the way from Florence to Scarperia or by taking the train to either San Piero a Sieve(3km from Scarperia) or Borgo San Lorenzo (5km from Scarperia). From both San Piero a Sieve and Borgo San Lorenzo train stations, you then take an AMV bus to Scarperia. Buses depart Florence from the bus depot right alongside the Santa Maria Novella train station.

The third day, Sunday, is the actual race day and Trenitalia generally offers additional trains to meet the demand for race-goers. You’ll also find free shuttles from Borgo San Lorenzo and from San Piero a Sieve to Scarperia and back between 7am and 6pm. These are never enough, so be prepared to walk or pay for a private shuttle/taxi.

If you’re arriving at the Florence airport and want to head to the Mugello race track, know that there are no direct connections. You need to first get to the Santa Maria Novella train station and from there you can take the train or bus to Borgo San Lorenzo or Scarperia as outlined above.  Trains to Borgo San Lorenzo take 40-70 minutes, depending on the route it takes but they run every hour.

Once you’re at the circuit, there are free shuttles that operate between the various entrances running every 30 minutes.

Walking

The race track is less than a mile from the town, and as many parking lots are around Scarperia, you’ll be joining others walking to the circuit.  There are also shuttle buses going back and forth from the entrance to parking lots and other places in the city. The buses are generally free, but sometimes they can ask for a small donation.  If you’re staying in the area, ask your host or hotel concierge if they offer shuttle services to the track.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

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Italy Moto GP

Mugello Circuit, Florence, Italy

31 May – 02 June 2024

  Mugello is one of Italy’s classic circuits, tucked away in the rolling hills of the Tuscany region and beloved of the motorcycle racing brigade.  The race track is right outside of Scarperia, a pretty small but charming town in the Mugello valley, about 32 km north of Florence. The entrance to the racetrack is less than 1.5km from the Scarperia, so less than a mile walking distance. Originally a road circuit, the first race at Mugello was held over one hundred years ago in 1914.The Mugello circuit we know today was constructed in 1973 and opened to the public in 1974. Mugello hosted its first Grand Prix in 1976 and the layout of the the circuit sits within a tree lined valley. Buy your Italy Mugello MotoGP tickets only today from NK Sports Tickets, partners with Sports Events. Our variety of Italy Mugello Moto GP Tickets feature no hidden fees, what you see is what you pay.

We are partners with Official MotoGP ticket providers dealing directly with event organizers to ensure the best service and prices for you to gain access to any MotoGP of the season.

Travel Package 

From TBA per person sharing

TRAVEL DATES: 30 May - 03 June 2024

Inclusions:

*All tickets / packages advertised are subject to availability and seasonal price adjustments may apply.

Exclusions:

  • All flights and taxes (on request)
  • Circuit Transfers
  • Visa and Travel Insurance (recommended)
  • Tours not mentioned, optional extras / optional sightseeing excursions
  • All items of a personal nature. Meals, drinks, tips and gratuities not specified
  • Anything not mentioned

*You can view our Term’s and Condition’s here

Travel and Event Information

 

Accommodation

Florence is a city in the central part of Italy and  home to one of the most famous art galleries in the world, where many Renaissance masterpieces are housed. It is one of the most charming cities in Italy, full of history, art and beautiful architecture. Every corner you turn has a new story, an interesting fun fact and a gorgeous building or piece of art that cannot be missed. It is packed with cobblestone streets, sophisticated palazzi, superb churches and world class museums.  Florence has amazing secrets to uncover and the best part is that it is very well preserved city, where you will feel like you’ve been put back in time. A perfect location to explore the region with short day trips to the beautiful countryside for wine tasting, old medieval hilltop towns, enjoying the breathtaking scenery, a perfect place to stay!   Booking your accommodation in Florence, Italy is a click away. Support our affiliation with our partner, Agoda  by reserving your own accommodation through the Agoda.com links on this page to take you to the booking portal.  We receive a small commission and you won’t pay more but rather save on the fantastic specials and deals. Click here to access and book your accommodation.  Book early to receive discounts and to avoid unavailability.  Accommodation can also be added to your Official Grand Prix tickets on request.
 

Visa

 

Nearest Airport

The nearest airport to Mugello is Florence (FLR) Airport which is 22.9 km away. Other nearby airports include Bologna (BLQ) (65 km), Pisa (PSA) (85.1 km), Verona (VRN) (166.3 km) and Bastia (BIA) (220.2 km). The Circuit is located 30 km north of Florence and 100 km south of Bologna.  You may grab a taxi from outside the airport or the only bus service available from Florence airport to the centre of the city is the Volainbus shuttle. The trip starts from the airport bus station and ends at the Santa Maria Novella train station. Services from the airport are offered every 30 minutes from 5:30 am to 11:00 pm, without a night service.  Alternatively chat with us to book your private airport transfers.

 

Car and Parking

Most of the parking is free and is located in Luco and in Scarperia. There is one large paid parking area in Scaperia with a custodian if you wish to park there. Parking at the circuit is only for motorbikes and campers with paid passes, so don’t head to the circuit for parking. Some of the car parks can be booked on the website www.parkforfun.it

How to get to the circuit

The easiest and best way to get to the Mugello race track is by train + bus rather than by car, as the roads get quite congested. Special routes have now been designed for arrival to and departure from the race track along all of the major roads, such as the A1 and the Via Bolognese and Via Faentina from/toward Florence, to help control traffic on the main day of racing.  You get to the race circuit by taking either a bus (run by AMV bus into the Mugello) all the way from Florence to Scarperia or by taking the train to either San Piero a Sieve(3km from Scarperia) or Borgo San Lorenzo (5km from Scarperia). From both San Piero a Sieve and Borgo San Lorenzo train stations, you then take an AMV bus to Scarperia. Buses depart Florence from the bus depot right alongside the Santa Maria Novella train station.

The third day, Sunday, is the actual race day and Trenitalia generally offers additional trains to meet the demand for race-goers. You’ll also find free shuttles from Borgo San Lorenzo and from San Piero a Sieve to Scarperia and back between 7am and 6pm. These are never enough, so be prepared to walk or pay for a private shuttle/taxi.

If you’re arriving at the Florence airport and want to head to the Mugello race track, know that there are no direct connections. You need to first get to the Santa Maria Novella train station and from there you can take the train or bus to Borgo San Lorenzo or Scarperia as outlined above.  Trains to Borgo San Lorenzo take 40-70 minutes, depending on the route it takes but they run every hour.

Once you’re at the circuit, there are free shuttles that operate between the various entrances running every 30 minutes.

Walking

The race track is less than a mile from the town, and as many parking lots are around Scarperia, you’ll be joining others walking to the circuit.  There are also shuttle buses going back and forth from the entrance to parking lots and other places in the city. The buses are generally free, but sometimes they can ask for a small donation.  If you’re staying in the area, ask your host or hotel concierge if they offer shuttle services to the track.

Timetable

Full timetable information including support events will be published once it is released by the circuit near race weekend.

Can’t find what you are looking for or want a full package quote with flights, accommodation or transfers?

Inquire Now!

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