Cote d’Azur Grand Tour-Itinerary

Cote d’Azur Grand Tour


26th Jun - 1st Jul 2020

Countries: 6

Days: 6


WHAT YOU GET

5 Star Hotels

Montpelier Chateau
Excelsior Hotel Gallia, Milan
Fairmont, Monte-Carlo
Balzac, Paris

French Grand Prix

Grandstand Tickets
On-site Parking
Best views of the track

Worlds Best Roads

Route de Thorenc
Mont Ventoux
Col de Vence
Col de la Bonette

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: Fri 26th June

  • Start: Folkstone 8am
  • Destination:

    Hotel Balzac, Paris

  • Route: via Reims

Day 2: Sat 27th June

  • Start: Paris
  • Destination:

    Domaine de Verchant Relais & Châteaux, Montpelier

  • Route: via Mont Ventoux

Day 3: Sun 28th June

  • Start: Montpelier
  • Destination:

    Fairmont, Monte-Carlo

  • Route: via The French Grand Prix

Day 4: Mon 29th June

  • Start: Monaco
  • Destination:

    Excelsior Hotel Gallia, Milan

  • Route: via Route de Thorenc, Col de Vence, Col de la Bonette

Day 5: Tue 30th June

  • Start: Milan
  • Destination:

    Hotel Belle Epoque, Baden Baden

  • Route: via Grimsel Pass, Furka Pass

Day 6: Wed 1st July

  • Start: Baden-Baden
  • Destination:

    Home

  • Route: via The Nordschleife (when open)

Price: £3,000 (2 people)

The French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard is set to be a classic Grand Prix Grand Tour road trip. We will be staying at numerous 5-Star hotels and have a big night out in Monaco planned. There will be a convoy of fantastic vehicles driving Cols and Mountain Passes of France and Switzerland! You will be staying at the Fairmont in Monaco, and the Excelsior in Milan. In Baden-Baden we will also have the chance to visit the Casino. And there’s also an opportunity to drive the historic circuits of Le Mans and Pau! It’s basically like being James Bond.


The French Grand Prix package at Paul Ricard gives our guests a wonderful opportunity to visit the Paul Ricard and stay at a wide variety of exclusive, five-star, hotels along the way. The day you depart, you will receive your French Grand Prix tickets, Eurotunnel tickets, and a comprehensive list of recommended routes to drive. Your French Grand Prix tickets will almost always be located in one of the grandstands, meaning you get the best views of the circuit. At most circuits we also offer pre-paid parking so that you can drive into the circuit and enjoy the French F1 without worrying about where to park your car. The route you will take is also a wonderful drive. Travelling through France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Monaco, you will get the opportunity to experience some of the most spectacular views as you cross borders and summit mountain passes. On the French Grand Prix Grand Tour you will experience the Route de Thorenc, Mont Ventoux, the Col de Vence, and the Col de la Bonette. Depending on what is going on that day, there is also the opportunity to drive the Nordschleife.

Formula One began in France with the first Formula One Race held there in 1906. It has been on the race calendar 86 times throughout its history. The French Grand Prix has been held in sixteen different venues over the years. From famous circuits such as Magny-Cours and Paul Ricard, to lesser known historic circuits such as Reims, Rouen and Charade. The fastest lap is held by Valteri Bottas in a time of 1:34.225. The most successful driver at the French Grand Prix is Michael Schumacher who had eight wins to his name. The most successful Formula One Team at the French Grand Prix is the Ferrari Formula One Team, with seventeen wins.

The French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard is located in the South of France equ-distant between Marseille and St Tropez. The nearest domestic airport is Toulon and the nearest International Airport is Nice, roughly an hour and a half drive away.

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