Join the pilgrimage to the ‘cathedral of motorsport’ for a fantastic celebration of motorcycling at Assen racetrack.
A favourite track of both fans and riders because of its exuberant atmosphere, Assen is the only track to host a round of the elite motorcycling event since it first opened in 1949.
Full of fast turns, racing at Assen is always frantic and a great place to witness the best riders in MotoGP compete for championships points at the midway point of the season.
At National Holidays you can follow the MotoGP action in Europe, with trips to Holland, San Marino, France and Germany to choose from. Search today and see all the action!
For motorcycling enthusiasts, nothing beats the spectacle of Moto GP at Assen, the most historic race of the season and mecca of two-wheel racing for over 80 years.
Every year, MotoGP at Assen is one of Europe’s biggest sporting events, attracting over 170,000 spectators over the weekend, with thousands of fans from the UK making the annual pilgrimage across the channel.
Originally built for the Dutch TT road race, Assen is a true biking circuit that never fails to provide fantastic close racing with plenty of fast twisty changes retained from the original layout.
This special coach break allows you to witness two great days of racing, with inclusive admission to free practice and qualifying on the Saturday before returning for Sunday’s big race.
On the Saturday, see the top riders from the Moto GP, Moto2 and Moto3 compete for pole position.
After a night’s rest in our select hotel accommodation you will return refreshed the following day to enjoy the intense action as the riders compete for victory on one of the fastest circuits on the racing calendar.
Assen GP is one of the iconic races of the season, a true festival of speed with the promise of huge crowds and spectacular action.
If you haven’t travelled to the continent before to a MotoGP race then make Assen your first. You won’t regret it!
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