Dutch Grand Prix Grand Tour

Dutch Grand Prix Grand Tour


9th May – 13th May 2020

Countries: 6

Days: 5


WHAT YOU GET

5 Star Hotels

Hyatt Regency Amsterdam
Intercontinental Davos
Hyatt Regency Cologne
Grand La Cloche Dijon

Grand Prix

Grandstand Tickets
On-site Parking
Best views of the track

Worlds Best Roads

The Big Three Alpine Passes
The Nurburgring
The Romantc Road
The Black Forest

Travel & Transfers

Le Shuttle Returns pre-paid
Motorway Vignettes Included
Just add fuel

Expert Help

Fully Escorted Tour
Handpicked Routes
Performance Driver Coach
24hr Help on Hand


ROUTE


ITINERARY

Day 1: Sat 9th May 2020

  • Start: Folkestone 11am
  • Destination:

    Hyatt Regency, Amsterdam

  • Route: via Bruges

Day 2: Sun 10th May 2020

  • Start: Amsterdam
  • Destination:

    Hyatt Regency, Cologne

  • Route: via Zandvoort

Day 3: Mon 11th May 2020

  • Start: Cologne
  • Destination:

    Intercontinental, Davos

  • Route: via Romantic Road, the Klausen pass

Day 4: Tue 12th May 2020

  • Start: Davos
  • Destination:

    Grand Hotel la Cloche, Dijon

  • Route: via The Big Three Alpine Passes

Day 5: Wed 13th May 2020

  • Start: Dijon
  • Destination:

    Home

  • Route: via Reims

Price: 2,700 (2 People)

Well it seems the Verstappen-factor and his legions or Barmy-Army fans means Zandvoort is back on the calendar. It’s a crying shame to lose Catalunya, but this looks like a wonderful excuse to spend an evening in Amsterdam, as well as sampling some of northern Europes finest roads and hotels. This means the Nurburgring Nordschleife, The Black Forest Hochstrasse, The Romantic Road, and The Big Three alpine passes! We’ll also be stopping at the epic Intercontinental Davos, the Hyatt Regency’s in Amsterdam and Cologne, and the Grand La Cloche in Dijon!


The Dutch Grand Prix Driving Holiday gives our guests a wonderful opportunity to visit the Zandvoort Grand Prix Circuit and stay at a wide variety of exclusive, five-star, hotels along the way. The day you depart, you will receive your Dutch Grand Prix tickets, Eurotunnel tickets, and a comprehensive list of recommended routes to drive. You will be located in one of the grandstands, meaning you get the best views of the circuit. We also offer pre-paid parking so that you can drive into the circuit and enjoy the Dutch F1 Grand Prix without worrying about where to park your car. The route you will take is also a wonderful drive. Travelling through France, Germany and Switzerland, you will get the opportunity to experience some of the most spectacular views as you cross borders and summit mountain passes. On the Dutch Grand Prix Tour you will experience The Furka Pass, The Black Forest, The Oberalp Pass, The Grimsel Pass, and The Nurburgring Nordschleife.

Formula One in Holland has been off the race calendar for over 35 years. It was first held in 1963 and has been held 34 times since. The fastest lap is held by Alain Prost in a time of 1:16.538. At 2.67miles long, Zandvoort is one of the shorter tracks on the F1 Calendar. The most successful driver around Zandboort is Jim Clark who had 4 wins here. The most successful Formula One Team at the Dutch Grand Prix is the Ferrari F1 Team, with nine wins.

Zandvoort is located on the North Sea coastline approximately 30 minutes drive from Amsterdam, which is located north of Belgium and east of Germany.

Dutch Grand Prix Grand Tour - Booking Form