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MotoGP Portugal 2024

MotoGP Portugal 2024 in Portimão.

Mar 22, 2024 → Mar 24, 2024

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Your Ultimate Guide to MotoGP Portugal 2024

Rev your engines, MotoGP fans, because we're taking you on a thrilling ride to the MotoGP Portugal 2024! Excitement gears up as the MotoGP season races towards the picturesque Algarve International Circuit in Portugal from March 22-24, 2024. The beautiful city of Portimão will transform into a high-speed paradise, hosting the world championship of motorcycle racing. This grand prix event is not just for speed enthusiasts but also for those who love to immerse themselves in the vibrant culture and beauty of Portugal. From event schedules to city attractions, discover everything necessary to make the most out of this exhilarating weekend.

Grande Prémio de Portugal

Event Overview and Schedule

The Algarve International Circuit, known for its modern facilities nestled in a beautiful European setting, hosts the MotoGP Portugal 2024.

The event spans three days, filled with high-speed races, qualifying sessions, and practice runs, offering fans an up-close look at their favorite riders and teams in action.

The event kicks off on Friday with practice sessions, followed by qualifying on Saturday, and culminates in the main races on Sunday. The main grandstand at the Algarve International Circuit offers a breathtaking view of the race.

Remember to secure your grandstand ticket early to enjoy the best vantage point. Attendees can choose between Sunday-only tickets or 3-day weekend passes, with prices ranging from €72 to €171, ensuring everyone finds the perfect spot to witness the thrill.

Where to Watch

Choosing the best vantage point is crucial for the ultimate MotoGP experience. The Main Grandstand boasts approximately 16,000 seats, offering excellent views of the first-round race direction, pit lane, and race start.

For those looking to capture more of the circuit's essence, the South Grandstand and Portimão Grandstand provide expansive views, ensuring fans don't miss a second of the action.

VIP Experience

For those seeking an exclusive experience, VIP packages start at €1,563, offering unparalleled views, hospitality, and behind-the-scenes access.

It's an excellent way to enhance the MotoGP weekend, especially with discounts available for children.


Portimão, a city known for its rich history and stunning coastlines, adds to the allure of the event. The city's unique blend of traditional and modern charms makes it a perfect destination for travelers.

Accommodation Tips

For those planning to stay near the action, Portimao, a vibrant port city, offers a range of accommodation options. From luxurious hotels to cozy B&Bs, visitors can find the perfect place to relax after a day full of adrenaline.

Booking early is highly recommended, as rooms fill up quickly due to the event's popularity.

Food and Beverages at Portugal MotoGP

The Algarve International Circuit offers a variety of food and beverage options to keep fans fueled throughout the event. From local Portuguese delicacies to international cuisine, there's something to satisfy every palate.

Atmosphere & Activities

The atmosphere is electric, with fans from around the world coming together to celebrate their passion for motorcycle racing, cheering on favorites like Jack Miller, Joan Mir, and Franco Morbidelli.

Be prepared for an immersive experience, filled with the roar of engines and the cheer of crowds.

The city also comes alive with music, local cuisine, and a variety of activities. You can explore the city's historical sites, enjoy the stunning beaches, or indulge in the local food scene.

Dress Code

MotoGP Portugal is all about comfort and enthusiasm. Fans typically choose casual attire, with team jerseys, favorite rider accessories, and caps being popular choices to show support.

Tips for Travelers

Remember, the weather can be unpredictable in March, so pack accordingly. Also, the event can be crowded, so plan your travel and accommodation well in advance. 

Bag Policy

For a hassle-free experience, it's important to note the circuit's bag policy. Small bags and backpacks are typically allowed, but it's wise to check the event's official website for specific size restrictions.

Security checks are in place for the safety of all attendees, so packing light can help expedite entry.

Why Bounce Luggage Storage is Convenient at MotoGP Portugal 2024

Bounce: Your Reliable Travel Partner

As you enjoy the thrilling races and explore Portimão, let Bounce take care of your luggage. As the largest luggage storage platform, Bounce has partnered with local businesses in over 2,000 cities, including Portimão, to provide secure and accessible storage facilities. With the Bounce luggage storage app, you can easily find a location near you. 

At Bounce, we understand that plans can change. That's why we offer a flexible cancellation policy and 24/7 customer support. And with BounceShield™ Protection, you can rest assured that your belongings are safe. So drop off your bags with Bounce and get your day back!

Things to Do in Portimão

While the MotoGP Portugal 2024 is the highlight, the Algarve region offers many attractions to explore.

Must-Visit Places

  • Praia da Rocha: Just a short drive from the circuit, this famous beach is perfect for unwinding after a day of racing.
  • Benagil Caves Boat Tour: Experience the beauty of the Algarve coast with a boat tour of the stunning Benagil Caves.
  • Historic Streets of Portimao: Wander through charming streets filled with history and local culture.
  • Fort of Santa Catarina: A medieval fortress offering breathtaking views and a glimpse into Portugal's rich history.
  • Portimao Marina: Offering a variety of dining and shopping options, the marina is a great place to experience the local lifestyle.
  • Algarve Shopping: For those looking to indulge in some retail therapy, this shopping center has everything from local handicrafts to international brands.
  • Local Food Scene: Dive into the city's culinary offerings with must-try dishes like sardines and chicken piri-piri.

See You in Portimão?

MotoGP Portugal 2024 promises to be an unforgettable event, combining the thrill of motorcycle racing with the charm of the Algarve region. Whether you're a die-hard MotoGP fan or a traveler looking for a unique experience, MotoGP Portugal 2024 is an event not to be missed.

And with Bounce by your side, you can enjoy this thrilling event and the beautiful city of Portimão without worry. With insider tips and a bit of planning, fans can ensure a memorable experience, filled with excitement, culture, and fun.

So pack your bags, secure your grandstand ticket, and see you in Portimão.

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All you need to know

  • Where is the MotoGP in Portugal in 2024?

    The MotoGP in Portugal in 2024 is held at the Algarve International Circuit.

  • What is the MotoGP schedule for 2024?

    The 2024 MotoGP season promises an exhilarating lineup of races across the globe, starting with the night race in Qatar at the Lusail International Circuit on March 10. The series quickly moves to Europe for the Portugal Grand Prix at the scenic Algarve International Circuit on March 24, marking one of the early highlights of the season. The action continues in the Americas, Spain, and France, before spanning across Europe and Asia, including the debut of the Kazakhstan Grand Prix at the Sokol International Racetrack on June 16 and a highly anticipated race in India at the Buddh International Circuit on September 22. The season covers traditional circuits like Le Mans, Mugello, and Silverstone, and concludes with the final showdown in the Comunitat Valenciana at the Ricardo Tormo Circuit on November 17. This diverse and dynamic calendar ensures fans worldwide will experience the thrill of MotoGP across a variety of cultures and settings.

  • What time is the Portuguese MotoGP?

    The Portuguese MotoGP weekend kicks off on March 22 with the first Free Practice session at 10:45, followed by another practice session at 15:00, setting the stage for a weekend full of high-speed action. The excitement continues on March 23, starting with Free Practice 2 at 10:10, leading into the adrenaline-pumping Qualifying 1 at 10:50, and Qualifying 2 at 11:15, determining the pole positions for the race. The day culminates with a Sprint race at 15:00, offering riders a chance to battle it out on the track. The final day, March 24, begins with a Warm-Up session at 09:40, where riders make their last adjustments before the main event. The climax of the weekend, the race itself, is scheduled for 14:00, where fans can expect thrilling performances as riders compete for the podium at the Algarve International Circuit.

  • How many laps is the Portuguese MotoGP?

    The number of laps for the MotoGP race at the Algarve International Circuit in Portugal can vary slightly from year to year due to potential changes in race regulations or the specific conditions of the event. Historically, MotoGP races at this circuit have featured around 25 laps.

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