As of this year, we offer tours to Italy and Germany.

Every one of our tours includes one major car event (such as AvD-Oldtimer-Grand-Prix Nürburgring, Classic days at Schloss Dyck, Best of Italy, Imola Classic...).

During our trip we travel from location to location, therefore we change hotels and spend some time on a comfortable bus. All of the hotels we stay in are 4 stars, usually in the city center or as close as possible, so we are located within the walking distance from the main tourist attractions. All of our tours are organized in the way that you can skip the visit to some of the car museums or events if you do not feel like going.

The price of the tour includes staying in the 4 stars hotels with breakfast, transfer, guided visit in museums, event tickets and local city guides. The price does not include airfare. We do not tend to include flights as we have guests joining us from all over the world.

Per person prices are based on double occupancy.

These are our tours:

GERMANY with AMSTERDAM and BRUSSELS August 3rd - August 19th (16 nights) 4490 € per person
DAY 1 - DÜSSELDORF
We meet in one of Düsseldorf's hotels (you receive all the details after the booking).

DAY 2 - DÜSSELDORF
Enjoy a day on a »German Goodwood« - Classic days at Schloss Dyck, a classic cars festival.

DAY 3 - DÜSSELDORF
Spend the second day at Classic Days at Schloss Dyck or visit the city of Cologne and its magnificent 13th-century Gothic Cathedral, an architectural masterpiece, and a World Heritage site.

DAY 4 - AMSTERDAM
Start a day in Classic Remise in Düsseldorf. The journey continues in Amsterdam. Explore the city on a four-hour tour with the local guide.

DAY 5 - AMSTERDAM
The day is free to explore the city as you wish - you can visit one of the many museums, take a boat and go on the canal tour, take a stroll through the interesting city center…

DAY 6 - THE HAGUE
Depart for The Hague, where we visit Louwman Museum, a museum for historic cars, coaches and motorcycles. After that, there will be a couple of free hours, when you can visit a museum of your choice. In the afternoon enjoy a two-hour guided tour in the city center.

DAY 7 - BRUSSELS
On the route to Brussels, stop in the wonderful town of Antwerp and in the old town of Mechelen, to capture a sense of medieval Belgium. Arrive in Brussels, visit the Autoworld Museum, where more than 250 vehicles of various origins illustrate the spectacular development of vehicles over more than a century.

DAY 8 - BRUSSELS
Discover the capital of Belgium on a four-hour guided tour. The afternoon is free, spend it as you like.

DAY 9 - NÜRBURG
Start a day in Waterloo, known as a site of the final defeat of Emperor Napoleon I. Head back to Germany, to the world's famous motorsport complex Nürburgring. Attend the AvD-Oldtimer-Grand-Prix, which is one of the biggest and most popular vintage car racing events in the world. Experience a spectacular and unique journey through seven decades of motorsports history.

DAY 10 - NÜRBURG
Spend another day at the AvD-Oldtimer-Grand-Prix on Nürburgring or visit the oldest German city Trier. It has a city-wide UNESCO World Heritage Site, protecting incomparable monuments like the largest Roman gate outside Italy, a palace hall built by Emperor Constantine and a sensational Roman bathing complex.

DAY 11 - HEIDELBERG
On our way to Heidelberg, stop in Frankfurt, Germany’s financial center. See the oldtimers and modern supercars in Klassikstadt in Frankfurt and explore the city on a local guided tour. Continue the journey to the romantic university town of Heidelberg.

DAY 12 - STUTTGART
Begin a day with the local guided tour through the historic city center's Gothic streets in Heidelberg and continue our trip to Auto & Technik Museum Sinsheim, where you can walk into Concord and see a collection of more then 300 vintage cars, 200 motorcycles, 27 locomotives, 50 aircraft and much more. Come to Stuttgart late this afternoon and visit the Lamborghini Museum, which houses over 20 selected Lamborghini models.

DAY 13 - STUTTGART
Continuing the journey visit Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart, where the exhibits range from some of the oldest automobiles ever built to legendary racing cars and futuristic research vehicles. After, pay the visit to another must-see museum - Porsche Museum, where you can discover legendary racing and sports cars, fascinating production models as well as unusual prototypes. In the afternoon, enjoy a guided tour through the city center.

DAY 14 - MUNICH
On the way to Munich, stop to admire the fairy-tale castle Neuschwanstein, Ludwig II’s 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace that was the inspiration for Walt Disney’s Sleeping Beauty castle. We arrive in Munich late this afternoon with the remainder of the day at leisure.

DAY 15 - MUNICH
Visit the BMW Museum and BMW Welt. Enjoy a four-hour guided tour around the Bavarian capital.

DAY 16 - NUREMBERG
On route to Nuremberg stop in Ingolstadt and visit the Audi Museum and Museum for Historical Maybach Vehicles. In the afternoon, take a guided tour through the historic center of Nuremberg, a city most known as a site of the famous post-war Nuremberg Trials.

DAY 17 - NUREMBERG
Transfer to Nuremberg airport.

ITALY September 8th - September 17th (9 nights) 2450 € per person
DAY 1 - TURIN
We meet in one of Turin's hotels (you receive all the details after the booking).

DAY 2 - TURIN
Pay a visit to the National Automobile Museum. Museum's collection includes more than 200 original cars of 80 different brands. In the afternoon enjoy a stroll on a guided tour in the city center.

DAY 3 - TURIN
Visit the headquarters of Pininfarina, the design company and coachbuilder, and see their collection of cars. The remainder of the day is at leisure.

DAY 4 - MILAN
Head towards Milan and stop in Volandia Museum, where you can see the Bertone collection, featuring many show cars and prototypes. Spend some time on Monza race track, regarded by many as the embodiment of Formula One racing. See the Museum of Speed and return to Milan, where we go on a four-hour guided tour around the city, that is known also as the embodiment of elegance and sophistication.

DAY 5 - MILAN
Begin a day in Alfa Romeo Museum, home to the most significant pieces in Alfa Romeo's historic collection. After, visit the Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera and Zagato, coachbuilding companies. The rest of the day is free to explore Milan independently.

DAY 6 - VERONA
Head towards Verona and stop in Brescia. Visit the Mille Miglia Museum and learn about Brescia’s legendary car race. On our way to Verona stop in Nicolis Museum of Cars, Technology and Mechanics and see how transport has evolved over the last two centuries. Take a stroll through the center of Verona, known as the setting of several Shakespeare plays, including, of course, Romeo and Juliet. See the famous Juliet's balcony and remarkably well-preserved 1st-century amphitheater.

DAY 7 - MODENA
Arrive in Modena, see one of the most beautiful collections of Maseratis - Umberto Panini Collection. The collection of 19 vintage Maserati cars can be seen and enjoyed in a typical farm house. In the afternoon enjoy wine tasting.

DAY 8 - MODENA
Begin a day on the Best of Italy race. In the afternoon visit Enzo Ferrari Museum, which includes Enzo Ferrari’s birthplace and a futuristic automotive design gallery. Continuing our tour in a small town Maranello. Visit Ferrari museum and discover the story of cars that have made automotive history on streets and circuits the world over. Head towards Parma, the city of gastronomy.

DAY 9 - MODENA
In the morning visit the set of Best of Italy race, then set off to the medieval university town of Bologna and on a way there stop in Lamborghini Museum, where you can see some of the most sought-after luxury sports cars in the world. Continue the trip in Ferruccio Lamborgini Museum, which narrates the life of Ferruccio through his mechanical creations. In the afternoon explore the city of Bologna on a guided tour.

DAY 10 - BOLOGNA
Start a day in Pagani museum and take a factory tour, where you can see how the supercars are made.
Transfer to Bologna international airport.

ITALY October 14th - October 9th (15 nights) 3490 € per person
DAY 1 - TURIN
We meet in one of Turin's hotels (you receive all the details after the booking).

DAY 2 - TURIN
Pay a visit to the National Automobile Museum. Museum's collection includes more than 200 original cars of 80 different brands. In the afternoon enjoy a stroll on a guided tour in the city center.

DAY 3 - TURIN
Visit the headquarters of Pininfarina, the design company, and coachbuilder, and see their collection of cars. The remainder of the day is at leisure.

DAY 3 - MILAN
Head towards Milan and stop in Volandia Museum, where you can see the Bertone collection, featuring many show cars and prototypes. Spend some time on Monza race track, regarded by many as the embodiment of Formula One racing. See the Museum of Speed and return to Milan, where we go on a four-hour guided tour around the city, that is known also as the embodiment of elegance and sophistication.

DAY 4 - MILAN
Begin a day in Alfa Romeo Museum, home to the most significant pieces in Alfa Romeo's historic collection. After, visit the Carrozzeria Touring Superleggera and Zagato, coachbuilding companies. The rest of the day is free to explore Milan independently.

DAY 5 - VERONA
Head towards Brescia, where we visit the Mille Miglia Museum and learn about Brescia’s legendary car race. On our way to Verona stop in Nicolis Museum of Cars, Technology and Mechanics and see how transport has evolved over the last two centuries. In the afternoon discover Verona, known as the setting of several Shakespeare plays, including, of course, Romeo and Juliet. See the famous Juliet's balcony and remarkably well-preserved 1st-century amphitheater.

DAY 6 - VENICE
Travel through the Veneto region to Venice. Enjoy its priceless history heritage and impressive building structure on a guided tour around the city.

DAY 7 - MODENA
Depart for Modena, where we will visit Enzo Ferrari Museum, which includes Enzo Ferrari’s birthplace and a futuristic automotive design gallery. Continuing our tour in a small town Maranello visit Ferrari museum and discover the story of cars that have made automotive history on streets and circuits the world over. In the afternoon take a guided tour around the charming Modena.

DAY 8 - MODENA
In the morning see one of the most beautiful collections of Maseratis - Umberto Panini Collection. The collection of 19 vintage Maserati cars can be seen and enjoyed in a typical farm house.  Visit Pagani museum and take the factory tour, where you can see how the supercars are made. In the afternoon head towards Parma, the city of gastronomy.

DAY 9 - MODENA
Set off to the medieval university town of Bologna and on a way there stop in Lamborghini Museum, where you can see some of the most sought-after luxury sports cars in the world. Continue the trip in Ferruccio Lamborgini Museum, which narrates the life of Ferruccio through his mechanical creations. In the afternoon explore the city of Bologna on a guided tour.

DAY 10 - FLORENCE
Travel through the beautiful Emilia-Romagna and Tuscany regions to Florence. In the afternoon enjoy a guided tour in the city, that hides some of the greatest artistic treasures in the world.

DAY 11 - FLORENCE
Encounter classic Tuscany today as you visit the hill town of San Gimignano, known for the 13 watchtowers that have left its skyline virtually unchanged since medieval times. Continuing your journey visit walled Siena, whose ochre-colored buildings and ancient ramparts evoke the city’s medieval past. On the way there stop in Pisa to see famous Leaning Tower.

DAY 12 - FLORENCE
Start a day in on of the museum of your choice. In the afternoon enjoy a wine tasting of the world- famous Tuscany wine called Chianti.

DAY 13 - IMOLA
Depart for the lovely town of Ravenna, most famous for its extensive mosaics. In the afternoon, pay a visit to the famous Imola circuit, where we will attend Imola Classic, a historic racing event.

DAY 14 - IMOLA
Spend a second day on Imola Classic.

DAY 15 - BOLOGNA
Transfer to Bologna international airport.