German Grand Prix Grand Tour

German Grand Prix Grand Tour

24th -29th July 2020

Countries: 7

Days: 6


5 Star Hotels

Hyatt Regency, Amsterdam
Krumers Alpin Resort, Innsbruck
Hotel Belle Epoque, Baden Baden
Hotel Schweizerhof, Bern

Grand Prix

Grandstand Tickets
On-site Parking
Best views of the track

Worlds Best Roads

The Nordschliefe
The Romantic Road
The Stelvio Pass
Glossglockner High Alpine Road

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



Day 1: Fri 24th Jul

  • Start: Folkestone
  • Destination:

    Hyatt Regency Amsterdam

  • Route: via Bruges

Day 2: Sat 25th Jul

  • Start: Amsterdam
  • Destination:

    Villa Hammerschmiede, Durlach

  • Route: via The Romantic Road

Day 3: Sun 26th Jul

  • Start: Durlach
  • Destination:

    Hotel Schweizerhof Bern

  • Route: via the German Grand Prix

Day 4: Mon 27th Jul

  • Start: Bern
  • Destination:

    Krumers Alpin Resort, Innsbruck

  • Route: via the Stelvio Pass

Day 5: Tue 28th Jul

  • Start: Innsbruck
  • Destination:

    Hotel Belle Epoque, Baden-Baden

  • Route: via the Glossglockner High Alpine Road

Day 6: Wed 29th Jul

  • Start: Baden-Baden
  • Destination:


  • Route: via The Nordschliefe (when open)

Price: 2,800 (2 people)

Lets not kid anyone, you can drive to the German Grand Prix and back in a day. But lets not kid anyone, that’s not the point of a Grand Prix Grand Tour. We’ll be stopping in Amsterdam (you’ll remember it), taking in Hansel and Gretel scenery along the Romantic Road, and then heading south to make the most of the Swiss an Austrian Alps. That’s all before we’ve even mentioned the steins of pilsner, the lederhosen, the stunning hotels, and the lack of speed limits. Oh, and the Formula One on the Sunday!

The German Grand Prix package at Hockenheim gives our guests a wonderful opportunity to visit Hockenheim and stay at a wide variety of exclusive, five-star, hotels along the way. The day you depart, you will receive German Grand Prix tickets, Eurotunnel tickets, and a comprehensive list of recommended routes to drive. Your German 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 German F1 without worrying about where to park your car. The route you will take is also a wonderful drive. Travelling through Holland, Belgium, France and Austria, you will get the opportunity to experience some of the most spectacular views as you cross borders and summit mountain passes. On the German Grand Prix Grand Tour you will experience The Romantic Road, The Stelvio Pass, and Glossglockner High Alpine Road. Depending on what is going on that day, there is also the opportunity to drive the Nordschleife.

Formula One in Germany has been on the race calendar for 92 years. It was first held in 1926 and has been held at three different locations: the Nürburgring in Rhineland-Palatinate, Hockenheimring in Baden-Württemberg and occasionally AVUS near Berlin. The fastest lap is held by Lewis Hamilton in in a time of 1:15.545 driving for Mercedes. The most successful driver around the all of the German Grand Prix venues is is Rudolf Caracciola who had 6 wins here. Lewis Hamilton and Michael Schumacher both have 4 wins. The most successful Formula One Team at the German Grand Prix is the Scuderia Ferrari F1 Team, with twenty two wins.

The German Grand Prix is currently located at Hockenheim which is located equ-distant between Stuttgart and Frankfurt and near the French border city of Strasbourg.

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