VACC tour of Germany

Deutschland Abenteuer

$12,499 ex GST

September

2020

All Tours Include

Private Room Accomodation

Economy Airfares & Private Transfers

All Entry Fees & Tickets

Dedicated IST Tour Guides

Includes GST and other taxes*

The automobile is a German invention, and Germany is still renowned as the global centre of automotive excellence. On this tour you’ll get exclusive access to the latest industry insights from the brightest minds in the business. You’ll visit Automechanika Frankfurt, the world’s leading trade fair for the automotive service industry. At Klassikstadt, you’ll see Mercedes and Lamborghini classic car displays, and you’ll get a fascinating insight into the entire production process at Audi’s Ingolstadt factory. You’ll have the chance to drive the Nürburgring, the world’s most notorious racetrack, and visit the beautiful BMW World in Maisach. The tour concludes in Munich, exploring the beautiful architecture, fine culture and famous beer halls.

Automechanika

Automechanika is the largest, most successful international trade fair in the automotive industry. 135,000 trade visitors from 184 countries are expected to attend and experience new innovations and solutions in the fields of parts, tuning, workshop equipment, bodywork, car wash, IT, tyres, classic cars, point-of-sale, recycling and more. Tomorrow’s mobility and workshop equipment will be the focus for 2020. Automechanika Frankfurt is where you need to be!

Klassikstadt

Klassikstadt is a 16,000m2 classic car treasure trove. Classic vehicle dealers offer a wide range of high-quality, rare vehicles in their fascinating exhibition space. Legendary brands such as Lamborghini and McLaren showcase their range, racing teams prepare and service providers offer leasing, testing and care services. The glass pit lane on the 2nd floor allows viewing of private collections, plus there’s great shopping for clothes, model cars, automotive accessories and more.

Audi Factory Tour

Audi Group has been building cars at Ingolstadt for 70 years. You’ll watch these premium class cars go through the entire production process. You’ll see the fascinating dance of the welding robots building the car bodies, then accompany the painted body through the final assembly. In the Audi museum, located next to Audi headquarters, historical exhibits and contemporary media combine to make the journey through the past an informative and entertaining experience.

Drive the Nürburgring

If you love speed, then let us introduce you to Germany’s most famous racetrack, the Nϋrburgring. Established in 1927, it has been regarded as the toughest Grand Prix circuit of all. Almost 23km of winding, narrow roads, it was once the most terrifying motor racing track in history. The track was deemed too dangerous for competitive racing, but you can still experience the thrill of racing for yourself, cutting laps on this treacherous track.

BMW World

You’ll experience history up close in this fascinating and informative exploration of the more than 100-year history of the BMW Group, its brands and products. Five million people have visited this stunning museum in the past 10 years, and you’ll find out why as you stroll the 4,000m2 permanent exhibition space containing over 100 beautiful exhibits. There’ s always new temporary exhibits dedicated to specific themes and burning questions of the day, making this an absolute must for car enthusiasts.

Your Itinerary

Day
Date
Activity
City
Day 1
9-09-20
Depart Melbourne
Melbourne
Day 2
10-09-20
Transit
Frankfurt
Day 3
11-09-20
Automechanika
Frankfurt
Day 4
12-09-20
Automechanika
Frankfurt
Day 5
13-09-20
Klassikstadt Museum
Frankfurt
Day 6
14-09-20
Nürburgring Drive Day
Nürburgring
Day 7
15-09-20
Transit Day & Audi Factory Tour
Munich
Day 8
16-09-20
BMW World
Maisach
Day 9
17-09-20
Munich City Tour
Munich
Day 10
18-09-20
Depart Munich
Munich

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