Prepare to be captivated by the incredible skills and thrilling race action at the MotoGP San Marino, an event that promises to ignite your senses!
A circuit that is meant for fans to enjoy the race thoroughly, the track runs a total length of 4.2km and has 16 corners.
Viale Daijiro Kato, 10, 47843 Misano Adriatico RN, Italy
Number of laps
Misano Adriatico is easily reached by A/14 Bologna/Bari/Taranto, linked to the main European highways. Exit Cattolica and then drive north on the SS16. Follow the signs to get to the Circuit.
Frequent trains link Misano Adriatico to the main national and international destinations. From Riccione station is possible to reach Misano by train or taxi.
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Hospitality Passes: A magnificent weekend awaits at our hospitality terrace which includes the Riviera Terrace.
Grandstand Tickets: There is no lack of great options with our wide variety of Grandstand tickets, which includes Single-day tickets, 2-day packages, 3-day packages and General Admission.
Child Tickets: Child tickets aged 13-16 are subject to availability and are not guaranteed until they are put on the ticketshop for purchase.
Family Tickets: Tickets for families (1 adult & 1 child 0-12) are subject to availability and are not guaranteed until they are put on the ticketshop for purchase.
Enjoy the offerings of the city with our recommendations below:
Food & Beverage
- Passatelli: Pasta made from breadcrumbs, nutmeg, eggs and Parmesan cheese served in chicken broth.
- Ragú: Own take on the traditional pasta sauce, San Marino shares with Bolognese.
- San Marino moscato: A sweet local muscat.
- Bar Piadineria La Capanna: Located in one of the most beautiful areas in San Marino, serves delicious traditional Italian food.
- Ristorante Righi: run by Michelin-starred chef Luigi Sartini, serves traditional family fare with the freshest of ingredients.
- La Fratta: known for its elegant decor and delicious food.
- Museo di Stato (National Museum): in the historic Palazzo Pergami Belluzzi shows archaeological collections beginning with Neolithic Age artefacts and later Etruscan and Roman finds.
- San Marino Funicular: Take a ride on San Marino’s funicular, and witness the rooftops of Borgo Maggiore as you admire the views stretching to the Adriatic coast.
- Rocca Guaita: Three fortresses crown the long ridge of Mount Titano, with the city of San Marino clustered at the foot of their walls.
- Palazzo Pubblico and Piazza della Liberta: Piazza della Liberta is one of the most popular places to visit in San Marino.