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Guided sports car alpine tour over legendary pass roads of Switzerland, Italy and Austria
Cross the most famous Alpine passes of Switzerland, Italy and Austria with your sports car.
Enjoy breathtaking mountain landscapes and alpine gastronomy before continuing to the discovery of the northern Italian lakes Lago d’Iseo and Lake Garda, boat tour and acquaintance with the RIVA boatyard included.
Our experienced instructors will accompany you on our guided sports car alpine tour!
Individual arrival in Flims/Switzerland - THE HIDE HOTEL
For customers who have ordered a sports car through us, we will bring the vehicle to the hotel. Gladly, the rental vehicle can also be taken over on the way there, if possible!
Welcome and round of introductions
Dinner at the Deli restaurant in the hotel and finish at the hotel bar
The 38 km long Splügen Pass road connects the Swiss town of Splügen on the Hinterrhein (1457 m altitude) with Chiavenna (325 m altitude) in the Italian part of Bergell (Val Bregaglia). From Chiavenna you can continue through some tunnels and galleries to Lake Como. Especially the winding north bank on the Swiss side offers a lot of driving fun
Lunch in the GONDOLEZZA of the HOTEL STEINBOCK
We leave the Hotel Steinbock on a scenic route past Lago di Poschiavo and continue our journey to the famous Lago d'Iseo.
In the late afternoon we reach the RIVA boatyard with museum on Lake Iseo. Here we will be guided through the workshop and the museum and have a unique and exclusive insight into the legendary RIVA wooden boats.
Dinner on the lakeside terrace of the Hotel Araba Fenice on Lago d'Iseo
After breakfast we will take a guided tour of the RIVA boatyard.
Then we go to the Ristorante Montana in Fiorano for lunch
After lunch, we will continue to the Autodromo di Modena, where you will have the opportunity to take a few laps in a Ferrari Challenge or Lamborghini Supertrofeo race car!
Those who wish can then take their own sports car for a few more laps! If you don't want to drive yourself, you can get excited on a cab ride or simply as a "fence sitter" from the roof terrace.
After so much adrenaline, we drive to Bologna in the late afternoon.
In Bologna we check into a 4 or 5 star hotel in the city center and review the day during our dinner together.
After breakfast we will drive together to one of the legendary museums in the region:
- Ferrari Museum with special exhibition 50 years of Fiorano racetrack
- AUTOMOBILI LAMBORGHINI MUSEUM
- Horacio Pagani Museum and Autodromo di Modena
In the afternoon we continue on a direct route to the Hotel Villa Laurin in Saló on Lake Garda
This side of Lake Garda is one of the most exclusive regions on Lake Garda. We had the privilege of being involved in the renovation of Villa Laurin a few years ago. A true "jewel" at Lake Garda!
After check-in, we meet on the lakeside terrace for a welcome drink overlooking Lake Garda.
In the evening we also have our dinner in the historical hall or on the lake terrace.
After breakfast we take a short walk to the boat dock in Saló. From there we take a boat tour - with various highlights - and then dock in Bardolino.
There we have some time for a little shopping tour before we take the shuttle to an agriturismo in the hinterland.
There you can enjoy the typical and homemade dishes of Italian cuisine and enjoy the wine from our own production.
On the way back we make a short stop on the peninsula of Sirmione and enjoy a gelati before heading back to the hotel.
In the evening we go to dinner in one of the top restaurants in Saló
After breakfast we say goodbye to the lakes and we drive along the lakeside road to the highway to Merano.
There we will have our lunch on the way to the highest pass road in Austria, the Timmelsjoch.
In the afternoon we reach the Interalpen Hotel at an altitude of 1,600 meters, in the middle of the nature reserve. After checking in, you will have the opportunity to extensively test and enjoy one of the largest wellness areas anywhere.
For dinner we will meet in the restaurant or in the hotel's own mountain hut for a multi-course dinner.
Return of the rental vehicles!
At breakfast together, it is time to say goodbye today.
After checking out, you can use the wellness area until the afternoon or book an extra night.
Riva boats are considered high quality and are also known as "the Rolls-Royce of the sea". The shipyard was founded in 1842 by Pietro Riva in Sarnico on Lake Iseo.
In classic Riva boats, the elegant hull is made of wood with seamless, deep red mahogany planking. A powerful inboard motor with a piercingly deep sound drives the boats. Lots of chrome, panoramic windshield, a classic dashboard with white steering wheel, white leather chairs and a padded berth behind them, and a slim tapered stern are classic design features. It is estimated that about 4000 Rivaboats were built and that about half still exist today.
Lake Iseo is located about 20 km northwest of Brescia at the foot of the Bergamo Alps and the Adamello-Presanella Alps. Im See befinden sich die Insel Monte Isola ("Inselberg"), die größte Insel in einem Binnengewässer in Südeuropa, und zwei kleinere Inseln, Isola di Loreto und Isola di San Paolo.
Lago d'Iseo is 65.3 km², 25 km long and up to 251 m deep. It is possible to drive completely around the lake, despite the many rock faces that drop steeply to the water's edge. The road is carved out of the rock in many places.
Christos „The Floating Piers“ halfen dem Iseo See zur weltweiten Bekanntheit!
Have you ever slept in a real 19th century mansion on the edge of the water? The Hotel Araba Fenice awaits you on Lake Iseo!
In a unique selection of rooms you can enjoy the "blessed peace" of the lake
Near the Fiorano race track, in the middle of the area traditionally associated with Ferrari, the Paolucci family created the special atmosphere of the "Montana" restaurant. A unique experience, a blend of culinary art and racing culture.
An exhibition of memorabilia from the world of motorsport, where you can enjoy at the same time the dishes of Emilian cuisine.
The Modena Autodrome was a race track on the outskirts of Modena in Italy. The route had a length of 2.4 km. It was opened in 1950 and was crossed by a runway about 1.6 km long, which was used by the local flying club.
The track hosted nine editions of the Modena Grand Prix for F1 and F2 race cars, the last in 1961. Until 1975, other racing events (sports cars, Grand Touring, Formula Junior, motorcycles) were held at the circuit.
Bologna is located at the foot of the Apennines, between the Reno and Savena rivers. Landmarks of the city are the two towers, the Torre Garisenda and the Torre degli Asinelli.
Built around 1100, the latter with its height of 94.5 m was probably the highest secular building in Europe at that time. The two towers are, with a few others, the last remains of about 180 "family towers" of medieval Bologna.
The Ferrari Museums offer visitors a unique and captivating opportunity to experience the history of the prancing horse and its founder.
Special exhibition 50 years of Fiorano racetrack
Towards the end of the turbulent 60s, Enzo Ferrari decided to build his own private race track with all the challenges that always appeared on the circuits where Ferrari competed against the other constructors.
To mark this anniversary, a very special exhibition has been created to show how the track has evolved to keep pace with advances in performance and construction techniques.
The fascinating history, iconic models and tours of the production lines at the Automobili Lamborghini Museum reveal 60 years of innovation that project Lamborghini into the future. From the first visionary creations of the ingenious Ferruccio Lamborghini, such as the Miura and the Countach, followed by the more recent and exclusive supercars such as the Huracán Performante, the Aventador SVJ and the few examples Centenario, Sesto Elemento and Veneno, to the first Lamborghinis with hybrid technology, the Sian and the Countach LPI 800-4.