The Bahrain Grand Prix is a unique race held in the desert, and it promises a thrilling experience like no other!
Spectators are in for a treat at the Bahrain International Circuit as it was designed to enhance viewing pleasure and have plenty of great spots.
Gate 255, Gulf of Bahrain Avenue, Umm Jidar 1062,Kingdom of Bahrain
Number of laps
From Manama, take line A2 to Bahrain University and from there, the circuit is a 3km walk along the Gulf of Bahrain Road. For information on bus routes and prices, please click here.*
The journey from central areas of Manama will take you approximately 40 minutes..
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Grandstand Tickets: Enjoy spectacular views of the action with Grandstands Main, Turn 1, Batelco, University and Victory.
Senior Tickets: Tickets for seniors aged 65 and above are subject to availability and are not guaranteed until they are put on the ticketshop for purchase.
Child Tickets: Child tickets are subject to availability and are not guaranteed until they are put on the ticketshop for purchase.
Parking Tickets: Parking tickets are subject to availability and are not guaranteed until they are put on the ticket shop for purchase. The parking ratio is one parking pass for three purchased tickets. Collection details will be shared by email closer to the event.
There is no shortage of things to do in Bahrain, with everything that the city has to offer. Check out our recommendations below:
You can also take advantage of the free time outside the race to explore the wonders of this dazzling town. We recommend the following:
Food & Beverage
- Machboos: famous dish made up of meat or fish served with rice
- Quzi: slow-cooked lamb with roasted nuts and raisins served with rice
- Shuweit: a dessert that resembles jelly candy and made from cornstarch, saffron and nuts
- Socca: Popular street food - a delicious crepe or pancake made of chickpea flour and other herbs and spices
- Veranda Restaurant and Cafe: a hot favourite serving traditional Middle Eastern cuisine
- Haji´s Cafe 1950: skillfully cooked traditional Middle Eastern food
- Rasoi: a modern interpretation of traditional Indian cuisine with a Michelin-starred chef.
- Freej Bin Al Rashdan: traditional food from Bahrain with incredible sea views.
Make full use of your extra time and check out activities such as:
- Manama Souk and Gold Souk markets
- Bahrain National Museum
- Barbar Temple
- Bahrain World Trade Centre
Visit Block 338, a trendy area in Manama, where you'll find many restaurants and clubs.