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Peak Driving Pleasure.

Duration: 4 days

Tour highlights:

  • Advanced and exciting drives in 4 countries
  • Numerous challenging Alpine passes
  • Exclusive flair of legendary Alpine towns St. Moritz and Merano
  • Extensive and diverse range of driving

The Alps are so much more than just a mountain range. For ambitious Porsche drivers, the legendary passes offer peak driving pleasure. Discover the unique mountain landscape off the beaten track, dine in the finest restaurants and enjoy a thrilling driving experience on roads full of twists and turns.

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Your itinerary

Day 1
Munich

Welcome to the charming pre-Alpine metropolis of Munich, whose tongue-in-cheek nickname is “Italy’s northernmost city.” The Hotel Ameron München Motorworld is the perfect starting point for your Alpine expedition in a Porsche. After all, it is no coincidence that the hotel, located in the north of Munich, has the word “Motorworld” in its name. In the adjoining historic locomotive hall, numerous classic and luxury cars are waiting to rev up your anticipation. Over dinner in the hotel’s own restaurant, you may find that your excitement about the upcoming trip will grow exponentially when you share it with other Porsche enthusiasts.

Did you know...? Built in 1916, the heritage-protected locomotive hall integrated into the hotel complex houses 112 glass boxes with dream cars from all eras. The 45,000-square-metre structure also is home to various automobile service providers, specialised workshops, fancy accessory shops, and boutique restaurants.

Day 2
Munich - Lindau - St. Moritz

Leaving behind the amiable Bavarian metropolis, you and your high-powered companion set off in the direction of Lake Constance. The first leg of your road trip features well-maintained, speed-friendly stretches of motorway as well as relaxed driving pleasure along the German Alpine Road. In Lindau, the Villa Alwind am See awaits you with a delicious lunch. Styled like an Italian manor, the restaurant offers a fantastic view of Lake Constance and the Alps. Reinvigorated, you start the second leg of this intensive driving day. It leads you over the winding Julier Pass with a peak altitude of 2,284 meters to Davos. There is only one place that can top this driving highlight: St. Moritz. After a long and thrilling drive, the traditional Suvretta House will give you a welcome opportunity 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. After the descent into the Engadin, a vast, sprawling lake district greets the eye.

Day 3
St. Moritz – Merano – Telfs

As soon as you catch a glimpse of the legendary switchbacks of the Ofen Pass, your heart will likely skip a beat – even this early in the morning. The mountain pass meanders 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-metre-high Timmelsjoch pass evokes 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 in 2010 was listed as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage. For example, a handkerchief is known as a ‘schneiztüech’ here, rather than as a ‘Taschentuch’ like in High German.

Day 4
Telfs – Pfronten – Munich

From Telfs you steer your sports car westwards. Driving over the panoramic Hahntennjoch mountain pass, you enjoy every metre of the fantastically beautiful route. Slowly, you approach the enchanting Allgäu region with its rolling hills, lush green meadows, and sensational bends. High time for a hearty meal! At the Schlossanger Alp near Pfronten, you enjoy your well-deserved break with a fantastic meal – and savour the memories of the last few days. The surrounding Allgäu mountains provide a magnificent backdrop for your reveries. The next leg of today’s drive takes you past the turquoise blue Plansee, Tyrol’s second largest natural lake at the heart of the Ammergau Alps. With numerous twists and bends, the mountain roads of the Ammergebirge once again demand all your driving skills. The tour ends with one last motorway jaunt towards Munich. At the Ameron München Motorworld hotel, you come full circle and bid a fond farewell to your Porsche. But not to the magnificent memories of the last few days. Those will stay with you forever!

Did you know...? At the end of the alpine summer, the cows are adorned with alpine roses, silk flowers and other trappings for their trek 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 Munich Airport to the Hotel Ameron München Motorworld on arrival day
  • Further transfers according to programme
  • 3 nights accommodation including breakfast:
    • 1 night at the Hotel Ameron München Motorworld
    • 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 (4.190,00 € p.p.) please contact the Porsche Travel Experience team.