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Germany offers awe-inspiring landscapes and stunning cities for a vacation. From the vast Alps to the dense forests, enchanting mountain villages and sophisticated modern cities, you will soon be won over by this charming country. Three mind blowing Ferrari’s for your trip.

Ferrari 488 GTB

GTB, Gran Turismo Berlinetta, is a stunning model designed to make its extreme power available to less expert drivers. This is your chance to get behind the wheel of your dream car! Feel the awesome power of the 3.9 litre twin-turbocharged V8 as it reaches top speeds in excess of 330 km/h. The GTB is a sleek and sculptured 2-door, 2-seater, with classic wow-look Ferrari lines that will turn heads. Luxurious leather interiors, a racing style steering wheel and high-def touchscreens await as you slide behind the wheel. Boasting a 'Supercar of the Year' award, this is a not to be missed driving experience in Germany.

Ferrari GTC4Lusso

Tour in style in a Ferrari GTC4Lusso, an elegant car with four wheel drive that accomodates four people. This 4x4 Ferrari is powered by a 651hp 6.3 litre V12, a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic and standard all-wheel drive. Put pedal to the metal and sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds and push to 335 km/h if you are brave enough. The design is known as a 'shooting brake' depicting a sporty saloon with 2 doors. This beauty features classic Ferrari pizazz inside the cabin with luxurious leather fittings. The driver has a choice of driving modes including Wet, Comfort and Sport, all of which adapt the wheels, engine and suspension to best suit your road conditions. The perfect Ferrari for a family trip.

Ferrari Portofino

Another stunning Ferrari for fans of this Italian brand is the iconic Portofino, a fabulous two-door with four seats. It is powered by an awe-inspiring 3.9 litre V8 engine that sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.8 sec.

This is a sports car that is at home in the city and on the open road, designed for drivers who are not necessarily experienced in driving a racing car but want to try it out! The interior is beautifully and luxuriously handcrafted with the finest leather and attention to detail. The passengers will enjoy superb comfort while the driver gets a taste of state-of-the-art driving technology.


Explore Munich and Salzburg

Collect your luxury Ferrari in Munich and set off to explore the city. Start your tour at the Marienplatz, the historic, scenic square of the Old Town. Look out for the Rathaus-Glockenspiel, a clock with life-size figures that enact stories twice a day. Drive to the Peterskirche, the oldest Church, dating back to the 13th century. For astounding views, climb the 306 steps to the top.

Back in your car, head to Viktualienmarkt, an open air market and enjoy a traditional brunch at one of the many stalls before setting off to Salzburg. Take the A8 and head southeast on a scenic 150 km drive to the city of the Sound of Music. The road offers superb vistas of lakes, picturesque villages and gentle hills. Stop and take some photos at Lake Chiemsee.

In Salzburg, visit the birthplace of Mozart and then see the magnificent Schloss Mirabell with its world famous wedding hall. Next is a lunch at the renowned K+K Restaurant, located near to the Cathedral. After lunch, drive 40 minutes south the world’s largest ice caves and enjoy a tour of this spectacular venue. Head back to Munich for a late dinner at the Vinothek by Geisel specialising in Bavarian cuisine in a traditional setting.

Explore Frankfurt and Cologne

If you are visiting Frankfurt, a scenic 2 hour drive to the beautiful city of Cologne is a must. Start off early in your Ferrari Portofino and enjoy breakfast at the Mainkai Café before setting off to see the iconic Saint Bartholomeus' Cathedral. Next, stop at the Eiserner Steg, the Iron bridge, a pedestrian bridge built in 1869. Take a walk to see fabulous views of the city skyline and the river.

Back in your car, visit the Museum Giersch, which offers a range of exhibits covering art from painting to photography to sculpture and graphic art. Now drive north west on the A3 for a scenic 200 km trip to Cologne. This city is famous for its Cathedral, chocolate and Eau de Cologne. Visit the Kölner Dom and explore some of the many magnificent Churches. Stop for lunch and try a traditional Dicke Bunne mit Speck, boiled white beans with hefty boiled bacon slices on top.

After lunch, drive to the bohemian Agnesviertel where you can browse the quaint shops and art galleries. When evening falls, head back to Frankfurt for dinner at Villa Rothschild, a country estate which hosts a luxurious Michelin-starred restaurant.


- Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof, located in the financial district, this elegant hotel dates back to 1876. It features stylish décor in refined beautifully appointed rooms. Enjoy breakfast in the chic restaurant and dinner in the gourmet Asian cuisine or the French restaurant. Address: Am Kaiserplatz, 60311 Frankfurt am Main, Germany

- Le Méridien Parkhotel Frankfurt, consider the refined and polished art nouveau-style hotel just 1.5 km from Römerberg, the city's historical centre. The large suites offer stunning skyline views and marble bathrooms. Amenities include a spa, a business centre, beer garden, Moroccan-style bar and French restaurant. Address: Wiesenhüttenpl. 28-38, 60329 Frankfurt am Main, Germany