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The Highest Driving Pleasure.

Duration: 4 days

Tour highlights:

  • Challenging drives across winding Alpine passes
  • Exclusive vibe in the legendary Alpine towns of St. Moritz and Merano
  • Extensive and diverse range of driving

The Alps are so much more than just a mountain range. If you are an ambitious Porsche driver, the legendary passes will offer you the highest pleasure. Discover the unique mountain landscape off the beaten track, dine in the finest restaurants and enjoy a thrilling driving experience on the winding roads.

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Your itinerary

Day 1
Stuttgart

Welcome to the heart of Swabia! The Althoff Hotel am Schlossgarten in Stuttgart awaits you and your fellow participants. During your welcome dinner at the hotel restaurant, you will quickly realise that sharing your joyful anticipation about the trip with other Porsche enthusiasts will double it.

Did you know...? The Schlossgarten in Stuttgart is quite probably the most beautiful part of the ‘Green U’ – a horseshoe-shaped greenway spanning 8 kilometres in length and made up of 6 interconnected parks.

Day 2
Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen – Zurich – St. Moritz

At Zuffenhausen, everything is ready for your first intense day with your Porsche. The journey towards Switzerland begins on winding roads with ever-increasing inclines and stunning views. You will certainly be craving more during lunch at Lake Zurich, set against a beautiful mountain backdrop. Your wish will immediately come true as you continue along the mirror-like Lake Walen. After Chur, the capital of the canton Graubünden, comes the main course if you are looking to get your fill of exciting bends: the Julier Pass with a peak of 2,284 metres. There is only one place that can top this driving highlight: St. Moritz. After a long but thrilling drive, the traditional Suvretta House will give you various opportunities to wind down.

Did you know...? The European watershed between the Rhine and the Danube runs along the Julier Pass. After numerous switchbacks, an impressive reservoir emerges between the massifs – the Lai da Marmorera. A vast lake district sprawls after the descent into the Engadin.

Day 3
St. Moritz – Merano – Telfs

As soon as you catch a glimpse of the legendary switchbacks of the Fuorn Pass, your heart will likely skip a beat – even this early in the morning. The mountain pass continues smoothly up to the summit and then on to Merano. Overlooking Merano, the second-largest city in South Tyrol and spoiled by countless hours of sunshine a year, is Castel Fragsburg: the smallest 5-star hotel in the region. The hotel restaurant draws visitors from far and wide thanks to its award-winning gourmet cuisine. Long, uphill hairpin bends will tempt you to set off again after lunch. The drive along the 2,474 m high Timmelsjoch pass will conjure up a unique sense of freedom as you feel the majestic proximity of the glaciers and their cool breeze. In the Ötztal valley, every inch of asphalt painstakingly carved out of this rugged mountain world is a revelation – and simply made for the strengths of a Porsche. Beyond the Ötztal valley at Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol, a superior 5-star hotel in the shape of a three-pointed star, you will have time to take a breather – along with an exquisite meal and views of the Tyrolean mountains.

Did you know...? The Ötztaler dialect has been passed down from generation to generation for 900 years – and has been on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list since 2010. For example, a handkerchief is known as a ‘schneiztüech’ here, rather than as a ‘Taschentuch’ like in High German.

Day 4
Telfs – Rammingen – Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen

The Allgäu region: rolling hills, lush greenery, and spectacular bends. Plenty of good reasons for a trip in a Porsche. A highly panoramic route will lead you past Reutte on to the turquoise-blue Lake Plansee, the second largest natural lake in Tyrol. Its location in the heart of the Ammergauer Alps makes it the perfect place for a pit stop. In Rammingen, you and your fellow Porsche enthusiasts will have the chance to reflect on your highlights from recent days – over culinary delights with a personal touch at Landgasthof Adler. For dessert, how about taking on a particularly dynamic route – with countless bends and a fast stretch of motorway towards Zuffenhausen. Sadly, this is where you and your Porsche must go your separate ways. However, after your transfer back to the Althoff Hotel am Schlossgarten and your departure back home, the shared experiences of the last few days will connect you to this exclusive travel group forever.

Did you know...? At the end of the alpine summer, the cows are adorned with alpine roses, silk flowers and other trappings for the way back down to the valley. Traditionally, the herd is led by the Kranzkuh or ‘wreath cow’. This cow wears an extravagant headdress – a wreath consisting of twigs and flowers shaped into a crown.


Single room upon request (see additional information)


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Contact Information

For more information, please call
+49 (0) 711 508 705 39
or email porschetravelexperience@sporttotal.com

Additional Information

Minimum number of participants:
8 persons

Package includes:

  • 3 days driving experience in a provided Porsche (2 persons per vehicle)
  • Transfer from Stuttgart Airport to Althoff Hotel am Schlossgarten on arrival day
  • Transfer from Porsche Zuffenhausen to Althoff Hotel am Schlossgarten on departure day
  • Further transfers according to programme
  • 3 nights accommodation including breakfast:
    • 1 night at the Althoff Hotel am Schlossgarten
    • 1 night at the Hotel Suvretta House
    • 1 night at the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol
  • 3 lunches, 3 dinners
  • Luggage shuttle
  • Porsche Experience package

For single room registrations (3.890,00 € p.p.) please contact the Porsche Travel Experience team.