SWISS ALPS + STELVIO DRIVING TOUR :

 

Race a supercar in the Swiss Alps and over the Stelvio Pass in Italy — choose the fast track option: to kick the Stelvio off your bucket-list with only two driving days and an overnight stay at Bormio, Italy.

SHORT TOUR : 4 DAYS | 3 NIGHTS | 2 DRIVES

or go all in: and include two nights near the mountain resort of St. Moritz in the Swiss Engadine valley to drive a loop over the Stelvio Pass + even more stunning alpine passes.

FULL TOUR : 5 DAYS | 4 NIGHTS | 3 DRIVES

 

Jeremy Clarkson, presenter of  the popular TV program TopGear praised the Stelvio Pass to be “the greatest driving road in the world”

However, we recommend the Stelvio Pass only two experienced drivers (and early birds) especially when driving a supercar.

 

Read more: about the Stelvio Pass.

Equally stunning, but less challenging is the Swiss Passes & Lake Driving Tour featuring the "BIG3" of the Swiss alpine passes.

Very popular too:

Swiss Alps to Lake Como Supercar Tour.

SWISS ENGADINE ALPS DRIVING TOUR + STELVIO PASS, ITALY

SUPERCAR DRIVING EXPERIENCE

 

SWITZERLAND 🇨🇭  ITALY 🇮🇹  

JUNE — OCTOBER

 

up to 780 KM • 4 SCENIC ALPINE PASSES • ENGADINE ALPS • ST. MORITZ • RHINE GORGE ROAD STELVIO PASS IN ITALY

 

DAY 1 —  ZURICH, SWITZERLAND

Chauffeured transfer to your hotel. 

Meet & Greet at your hotel for car handover and tour briefing.

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DAY 2: LAKE ROUTE & RHINE GORGE :

THE "SWISS GRAND CANYON" 

Within the first fifteen minutes from your hotel in Zurich you reach the countryside and the Albis mountain plateau. Follow the fast sweeping roads of the Swiss Lake Route into the Central Swiss Alps. Enjoy wonderful panoramas of staggering mountains and lakes driving the infinite fast sweeping mountain roads.

Close to the Gotthard mountain massif you will then drive the first alpine pass of the day — the Oberalp Pass rising to more than 2000 metres. Later pick up the Swiss Grand Canyon Drive — a long and fascinating gorge road carved into the rock by the river Rhine.

 

The famous Julier Pass on 2284 meters above sea level will be your gateway into the Swiss Engadine Valley. Stay overnight near the famous luxury mountain retreat of St. Moritz. Take a stroll in the town before dinner. But don't forget to set your alarm for the next morning. Early birds will be rewarded on the Stelvio Pass.

Stay near St. Moritz in the Swiss Alps

DAY3: STELVIO PASS IN ITALY DRIVE

OR TRI-COUNTRY LOOP

A — Drive the iconic Stelvio Pass : stay a second night in the Swiss Engadine Valley and drive two spectacular Swiss alpine passes + the Stelvio in Italy at stunning 2,757 m (9,045 ft) above sea level.

 

To experience this masterpiece of engineering in peace we recommend to leave your hotel relatively early. Mornings are the best time to tackle the 48 numbered hairpins along 47 kilometres (29 Miles) of zick zack route. 

If you're not a morning person or decided not to drive the slightly challenging Stelvio Pass we have another equally stunning scenic route planned out for you:

 

B — Drive the Tri-Country circuit : with Tyrol (Austria) – Graubünden (Switzerland) – South Tyrol (Italy) with some immaculately preserved medieval villages, castles and a sunken bell tower at Lake Reschensee.

Stay near St. Moritz in the Swiss Alps

Porsche driving on Stelvio Pass in Italy
cars driving on Fluela Pass

DAY4: FROM ST. MORITZ IN THE ENGADINE ALPS BACK TO ZURICH

Time to leave the Engadine valley via the Fluela Pass. The mountain road was awarded to be number 4 of the 25 top driving roads in the world. You will be surprised!

 

According to the jury: curves, acceleration, driving and breaking are making the four stages of a good driving experience. We can only agree and under this premise take you deeper into the Swiss Alps.

After lunch you will get to drive ​what is by far Switzerland's most  scenic stretch of highway towards Zurich with a loop to visit the stunning Einsiedeln Abbey. Before you reach your hotel you will have driven two short but sweet lower mountain passes of the region.

 

Back at your hotel the car pick up has been arranged and you can make plans for your evening.

Stay at Zurich, Switzerland

 

DAY 5 —  ZURICH, SWITZERLAND

STELVIO FAST TRACK TOUR

4 DAYS | 3 NIGHTS | 2 DRIVES

DAY 1  ARRIVAL TO ZURICH, SWITZERAND

 

DAY 2  TOUR 1 — 2 SWISS PASSES DRIVE TO BORMIO IN ITALY

Drive what is arguably Switzerland's most scenic highway into the Swiss Engadine region. Later take the Julier Pass on 2284 meters above sea level towards the mountain resort of Saint Moritz before you reach Bormio in Italy where you're based for the night on foot of the Stelvio Pass.

Stay at Bormio, Italy

DAY 3 — TOUR 2 — DRIVE THE STELVIO PASS IN ITALY + 2 SWISS ALPINE PASSES

Check out from your hotel in the Alps relatively early to get the best driving experience over the 48 switchbacks the Stelvio Pass has to offer. Once completed you will loop back into Switzerland to conquer another two spectacular high alpine passes on your way back to Zurich.

Stay at Zurich, Switzerland, next day: departure from Zurich

 

INCLUDED

✅ Programmed GPS for effortless navigation

Printed Day-by-Day Road-Book in English 

✅ Luxury Accommodation including breakfast

Private Arrival Transfer from local airport

✅ Meet & Greet at your hotel

✅ On Call / WhatsApp Support on tour​

✅ Travel your own pace and visit iconic sights

Luxury Car Rental + Model Guarantee

✅ Delivery & Collection at your hotel

✅ All tour mileage and a little extra on tour

SHORT TOUR STARTING AT

4 DAYS | 3 NIGHTS | 2 DRIVES

560 KM / 350 MILES

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per person assuming 2 people per package sharing room/car

 

Prices may vary, since each tour is tailored. Factors to consider are: the car, hotel category and travel date. Car brands available are:

 

Porsche, Ferrari, BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Lamborghini & more...

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