Following the success of the 2017 tour, The Ultimate European Road Trip 2018 will cover 1,500 miles across 4 stunning countries (Germany, Austria, Italy and Switzerland) as well as some top city destinations over 7 days. During the trip, we'll take on the Nurburgring, Furka Pass, Tremola Pass, San Bernardino Pass, Fluela Pass, Ofenpass, Stelvio, Grossglockner Alpine Road and more.
The 2018 tour will cover:
Your entry fee for the road trip includes the following;
We have revised payment to make it even easier! We now take a £100 non-refundable deposit to secure your place with 4 equal monthly instalments by Direct Debit starting the following month.
Single Person Rate: £1,600 (£100 deposit + 4 monthly instalments of £375)
Team of Two: £1,200 per person (£100 deposit + 4 monthly instalments of £575)
Alternatively, some people prefer just to pay in full at time of booking which is also possible.
The European Road Trip is NOT a race, time trial or guided tour. We provide you with a Sat Nav & detailed map pack to get you from the start to the finish point. You're welcome to follow the team, but we actively encourage you to stop when you spot something of interest or to re-run a road!
The first day of the road trip sees all the teams meet at the prestigious Nürburgring Nordschleife. This will give you a chance to meet the other participants while also signing on to the Ultimate European Road Trip 2018 and collecting your information packs.
With a number of good bars and restaurants to grab some lunch at, as well as plenty of attractions all within walking distance, there will be lots to see and do before we head for the evening's destination of Frankfurt.
After a day at the 'ring we have a bracing drive south to Munich, the home of BMW. We’ll be visiting BMW Welt and the factory tour. Munich is a big city offering a range of bars and restaurants to suit all tastes, a fine opportunity to sample one of Munich’s renowned beers!
We head towards the Austrian city of Innsbruck. Traditionally a destination for winter sports fans, it also has a wealth of other activities to keep you entertained.
From taking a pleasant stroll through the boutique passageways of the Old Town to climbing the steps of the city tower with its spectacular views for the more energetic amongst you.
We cross the border into Italy and enjoy the brilliant views that the stunning Italian Dolomites have to offer. These spectacular mountains will take your breath away.
We arrive at our destination of Bolzano in the late afternoon - largest city in South Tyrol.
It was voted the number one city in Italy in 2010 and 2012 for "Quality of Life" and with plenty of bars and restaurants to choose from, you're sure to see why.
At 5,000 feet above sea level, Davos is Europe's highest town and a popular ski resort during the winter. This tourist town is nestled between the Stelvio and the San Bernandino, so the perfect spot for us to stop in and grab some dinner from the numerous restaurants.
A compact city in Switzerland known for its preserved medieval architecture, sits within the Swiss Alp mountains on Lake Lucerne. A picturesque stopping point to spend an evening on the trip. Lucerne's most popular landmark is the Chapel bridge, a wooden bridge first erected in the 14th century and spans the River Reuss that runs through the city.
On the final night we stay in the home of Mercedes, Daimler, Bosch and Porsche, Stuttgart, understandingly referred to as the cradle for the automobile, is a metropolitan city often ranked as one of the top cities for quality of life it’s a great place to finish the trip
While in Stuttgart it would be rude not to visit one of the the museums and we have included the Porsche Museum as part of the tour package as well as spending our final evening as a group for an end of trip celebratory meal.