Vietnam Grand Prix

4 Night’s La Dolce Vita Hotel Vietnam Grand Prix
Including Flights, Airport Transfers & Hotel
2 Day 10.5 Grandstand Tickets & Transfers

from £1,275 pp

Travel Dates 01-07Apr 2020

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The Vietnam is the nearest circuit in the Grand Prix calendar in 2020 will be hosted in Hanoi on Sunday 5 April and opens up another great touring destination for the Grand Prix travelling supporters, to be at the first new race is something special both for the viewing public but also for the fastest and greatest drivers in the world, who will the first to master this circuit?

La Dolce Vita Hotel3*

La Dolce Vita hotel is perfectly located in the heart of the city, offering you some of the best accommodation available in Hanoi with easy access to the restaurant, shopping and nightlife areas in Hanoi’s historic Old Quarter. With its convenient location, the hotel is just 3 minutes’ walk to HoanKiem Lake.

A festive atmosphere and chic style welcome you to the “La Dolce Vita” Restaurant.With its colourful decor and comfortable setting, you will feel at ease as you peruse the fine dining options that await you. The restaurant boasts authentic Vietnamese and Western cuisine where you are sure to find something on the menu to please even the most discerning pallet.

When staying at La Dolce Vita hotel, you will have access to massive excellent services for an enjoyable vacation.

Option to add the following Vietnam Grand Prix Tickets or Hospitality to your travel package:

Starting Grid Grandstand (Sat & Sun) from £ 315 per person

The reserved seating Starting Grid Grandstand has a great location at the Hanoi Street Circuit, situated on the main straight, overlooking the start/finish line and pit lane. With a seat in this grandstand you will be able to witness the moment the race gets underway and the cars roar off the grid, jostling for pole position.

Turn 1 Grandstand (Sat & Sun) from £ 315 per person

The reserved seating Turn 1 Grandstand has a perfect location at the Hanoi Street Circuit, situated at the end of the main starting grid straight, it overlooks the first and second corners of the Vietnam Grand Prix. From here, due to the setup of the track, you’ll be able to witness the battle for pole position as the entrance into the tight turn 1 allows plenty of racing lines.

Turn 2-3-4 Grandstand (Sat & Sun) from £ 315 per person

The reserved seating Turn 2-3-4 Grandstand has a truly unique location overlooking Turns 2 to 4. With a seat at this vantage point, you will have a great view of some of the most exciting and nerve-wracking parts of the race, as the cars sweep through these corners and floor it down the 800m straight.

Turn 12 Grandstand (Sat & Sun) from £ 225 per person

The reserved seating Turn 12 Grandstand is situated on the on-street section of the Vietnam Circuit, overlooking the tight turn 11 and the fast turn 12. This is certainly one of the most exciting and challenging parts of the track, with two totally different corners combining to create some fantastic Formula 1 action.

Turn 10.5 Grandstand (Sat & Sun) from £ 135 per person (Included in tour package)

The un-reserved seating Turn 10.5 Grandstand is situated at the slight Turn 10, which itself is located in the middle of the long 1.5km straight on-street section. Widely regarded as one of the fastest sections of the circuit, here you’ll be able to witness the cars going flat out, racing down to turn 11.

General Admission (Sat & Sun) from £ 62 per person

A Formula 1 Vietnam Grand Prix General Admission (GA) Ticket gives you access to all the General Admission zones within the circuit. These tickets allow you to move freely around the circuit within the indicated zones, in order to choose your own perfect vantage point to watch all the Formula 1 action.

Important note: The General Admission ticket doesn’t include a seat or access to the grandstand but gives you access to the entertainment zones within the circuit which include F1 Fan-Zone, local & international music acts, car displays, cultural festival and food & beverage areas.

Hospitality Options

Vietnam GP Paddock Club™

1 Day pass (Friday) from £ 787 per person

2 Day passes (Sat & Sun) from £ 4,135 per person

3 Day passes (Fri, Sat & Sun) from £ 4,540 per person

A new era. F1 lands in Vietnam. This brand-new circuit writhes its way around the neon spirited streets of Hanoi, like a dragon wraps around its tail. No margin for error will make this a teeth-gritting experience at all times.

At the heart of this contorting chaos is Paddock Club. Where the roaring pit lanes are just meters below you and the starting grid feels within touching distance. Hold onto your hospitality Champagne for the latest gut-wrenching Grand Prix on the calendar.


Walk just meters from the cars in the pit lane.

Take a tour of the track.

Rub shoulders with F1 legends in the Paddock.

What’s Included:

  • International Flights
  • Airport Taxes’
  • Return Airport Transfers
  • 4 Night 3*La Dolce Vita hotel with Breakfasts
  • Sat & Sun circuit transfers
  • 2 Day Turn 10.5 Grandstand Tickets
  • Local English-speaking guides (as required).

What’s Not Included:

  • Visa Fees (if Required)
  • Suggested sightseeing options
  • Expenditures of a personal nature, drinks and meals, if not stated explicitly in the programme.

Upgrade your package:

  • Premium Economy, Business or First-class flights
  • Hanoi Grand Prix Tickets
  • Extend your stay pre/post Grand prix in Vietnam

Suggestion sightseeing options (not included in tour cost):

Quintessence Show in Hanoi with dinner

By the end of afternoon, you will meet your driver and travel to the west of Hanoi to have the chance to experience the first Wow Show of Vietnam.

Located about 25 kilometers (1 hour) west of central Hanoi, The Quintessence of Tonkin occupies a space close to Chua Thay, a special National Cultural Heritage site and one of the oldest Buddhist pagodas in Vietnam. The spectacle draws inspiration from the pagoda’s spiritual history, with the help of a world-class sound and lighting system, but the sounds of the spectacle keeps reflecting the peaceful sounds of rural Vietnam, including wooden drums and brass gongs, night crickets, and flowing water. The spectacle also blends different elements of traditional music styles, including Quan Ho and Ca Tru, both of which are now recognized by UNESCO as an intangible World Heritage.

After the show, you will meet your driver and travel back to Hanoi around 21:45.

Visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and the Temple of Literature

In the morning, you will pay a visit to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and see his traditional stilt house - now the Ho Chi Minh Museum and the revered One-Pillar Pagoda. After that, you will explore the thousand-year-old Temple of Literature, also known as the first university of Vietnam. Built in 1070 by emperor Ly Thanh Tong and opened from 1076 as a university exclusively for the princes, children of the nobility and the mandarins. In 1802, Emperor Gia Long transferred the National University to Hue, which had by then become the capital city of Vietnam. You will have time to stroll through the shaded paths of Van Mieu Park to appreciate the architecture of this historical site as well as admire 82 of the 116 original steles which were used to engrave the names of the graduates.


- The Mausoleum is closed on Monday and Friday

- To be allowed to enter the mausoleum, you must cover your legs, stand in pairs in silence without crossing your arms, or putting your hands in your pockets

Hanoi classic visit

In the morning, you will begin your full day discovery of the capital with Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum - a tribute to the architecture of Lenin Mausoleum in Moscow, his traditional stilt house and the One-Pillar Pagoda - built in the 11th century. Later on, you will visit the Ethnology Museum. Created in November 1997 at the Francophonie Summit, it is both a research center and a public museum featuring the 54 ethnic groups found across Vietnam.

In the afternoon, you will visit the Temple of Literature (Van Mieu in Vietnamese), situated in the place once known as the first university of Vietnam. Built in 1070 by emperor Ly Thanh Tong, the university was first opened for princes and mandarins exclusively. With its ancient courtyards, altars and roofs, Van Mieu is a very fine example of Vietnamese architecture. Then, continue your way to the Old Quarter and the surroundings of the Sword Lake.


- The Mausoleum is closed on Monday and Friday

Hanoi - Van Long - NinhBinh - Hanoi

In the morning you will travel to NinhBinh province, to arrive around noon for lunch. In the early afternoon, you will start a pleasant bike ride along the dam of Boi river. Distance and duration of the bike ride: 8 kilometers - 45 minutes to 1 hour.

Here, take your time to explore the typical villages of the Delta and meet their inhabitants. Upon arrival at Van Long Nature Reserve, you will set off on a small rowboat for 1 hour and 30 minutes passing slowly through rice fields and amidst the spectacular scenery of rocky peaks, meandering canals and luxuriant vegetation. You will then return to Hanoi in the late afternoon.

The Itinerary

Wed 1 Apr

Depart the UK for your overnight flight to Hanoi, Vietnam

Thur 2 Apr

On arrival into Hanoi and after you have cleared immigration & customs, you will be meet and transferred to La Dolce Vita hotel for your 4 nights stay with breakfast. The remaining of the day is free for you to explore and try some of the amazing street food or one of the many local restaurants.

Tonight, you'll have a chance to understand what makes Hanoi's Old Quarter such a captivating place. Here, you will be able to taste a wide variety of Vietnamese specialties, such as banh cuon (steamed rolled rice pancake) and banh mi (the famous Vietnamese) pho or pho tron (pho noodle mixed with chicken without soupor many more local dishes, made fresh in front of your eyes!

Fri 3 Apr

Another free day to try one of our suggested excursions or you may wish to go to the circuit for the practice day on this new track.

Sat 4 Apr

Today we will transfer to and from the track

Sun 5 Apr

Today we will transfer to and from the track for the VIETNAM GRAND PRIX 2020.

Mon 6 Apr

We will transfer you to the airport for your overnight flight to the UK or you may wish to extend your stay in Vietnam, please contact our Sports Travel consultants to discuss your plans on 0208 705 0150

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