German holiday firm offers ‘once in a lifetime’ motoring package for car lovers

April 15, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

A travel agent specialising in holidays to Germany is targeting car lovers – with package holidays to one of the world’s most famous motoring cities.

The package includes flights, a stay at the V8 Hotel, visits to the Porsche and Mercedes museums and a factory plant tour at Daimler AG.

Marc Jarrett, business facilitator for the company’s specialised car holidays division, said: ‘A visit to the epicentre of motoring excellence will make motoring enthusiasts hearts beat just that bit faster. Germany is pure automobile heaven.

The Porsche Museum is included in the trip

The Porsche Museum is included in the trip

‘But it’s not just visits to the superb museums of Mercedes and Porsche, groups get the opportunity to experience staying in the unique V8 Hotel and can choose to stay in one of its automotive themed rooms, for example in a Cadillac under a starry sky, or in an old Mercedes Benz in a car wash – and all of this is situated literally next to ”Motorworld” with its legendary vintage cars, sporty young timers and rare cars– those that love technology, beautiful cars or are simply nostalgic will love this experience.’

Prices for groups of 25 or more start at £699.00 and includes flights to Stuttgart, transfers, 3 nights’ bed & breakfast accommodation sharing a double room at the four-star V8 Hotel, three evening meals, tickets to the Mercedes Benz & Porsche Museums and the Daimler AG factory tour.

The company is also offering car clubs bespoke scenic touring and rally holidays to any area of Germany; highly recommended is the stunning wine region of the Moselle Valley.

Jarrett added: ‘With over 20 years’ experience in creating bespoke itineraries for groups visiting Germany, the company says it can create variations of this package or any other car themed package, for both smaller and larger groups.’

Category: Auto

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