The Kingdom of Bahrain is known as the pearl of the Gulf
Bahrain International Circuit is located in the heart of the Sakhir desert, which is about a 40-minute drive south of Manama.
Bahrain International Airport is well connected to the outside world. The airport is situated on Muharraq island and is easily accessible to the rest of the country.
Taxi and car hire are the main modes of transport for getting around, as well as a nation-wide bus service.
Some of the major hotels offer buses to and from the airport as well as to BIC during the Grand Prix weekend.
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Ramee Grand, Gulf Hotel, Diplomat Radisson, Ritz Carlton, Intercontinental Regency, Sofitel Hotel, Downtown Rotana, Diva Hotel, K Hotel, Best Western Plus The Olive, Ramada City Centre, S Hotel, Swissbel, Golden Tulip, Mercure Hotel Seef, Westin City Centre, Le Meridien Hotel, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Al Safir Hotel, Tower Juffair and IBIS Hotel.
Where to stay?
There is accommodation to suit all budgets across the island.
Visas are required by all visitors to Bahrain except passport holders of the GCC States.
Where to go?
There are plenty of places to sight-see in Bahrain, including the beautiful Al Fateh Mosque, the Tree of Life and the traditional markets.