Budget Planner – 2021 Brazilian Grand Prix

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Work out the cost of F1 tickets, accommodation and spending money for your trip to the 2021 Brazilian Grand Prix in São Paulo.

Please Note: The 2020 Brazilian Grand Prix has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. This post will be updated with current prices when dates are announced for the 2021 Brazilian Grand Prix and tickets are on sale.

It is possible to do a weekend at the Brazilian Grand Prix on a limited budget, but be wary; the costs can quickly add up for tourists in Brazil’s largest city, especially if you decide to eat out at restaurants and take taxis instead of the metro.  Brazil uses the REAL currency (BRL); at current exchange rates, $1 USD = 4.01 BRL. The REAL has fallen against major international currencies over the past few years, making the trip cheaper for foreign visitors to the Brazilian Grand Prix.

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  • Average costs below are per person based on a stay of 3 nights in Sao Paulo with race tickets, accommodation and spending money. The prices do not include flights (or other travel costs) required to reach Sao Paulo or Brazil.
  • About our categories: Budget fans buy the cheapest race tickets (General Admission) and camp by the track or stay in a hostel. Mid-Range fans buy a grandstand ticket and stay in a 3-star hotel, whilst High-End fans buy a VIP or experience package and stay in a 4 or 5 star hotel.

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Andrew Balfour is the Founder and Editor of F1Destinations.com. He originally hails from Adelaide, where he went to his first F1 race way back in 1987. He's been resident in Europe for almost 15 years and travels regularly to F1 races around the world.

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  1. Jeremy says:

    How much are beers at the track?

  2. Ryan says:

    How much General Admission field tickets Fri-Sun?

    • Editor says:

      Hi Ryan, there’s no General Admission at Interlagos. The cheapest tickets for Grandstand Q (bleachers) cost around $190 USD for the weekend, but I’d recommend to buy Grandstand A tickets instead for around $270 USD. More info here.

  3. Francisco Luis Rodríguez says:

    What’s the price of food? I’ve already bought a cashless card to use at the track, and I wanna know how much money should I charge on it.

    Thanks!

  4. Igor Rabelo says:

    Hi, everybody!

    I recommend the Hotel Ibis Morumbi. It’s on a really good neighborhood, near the Morumbi Shopping (one of the best of Sao Paulo), and the CPTM Train Station “Morumbi” (line 9 – the same to arrive at “Autodromo” Station).

    I posted some videos on my channel – youtube.com/wheelsports

    See you there in 2019!

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