The Four Seasons European road trip has it all – Sightseeing, shopping to gourmet dining all in an open top classic car


It’s difficult to say what’s the best part about Four Seasons newest vintage European road trip offering, ‘ En Route to La Dolce Vita’. Is it the chance to experience the unadulterated beauty of the unrivaled landscapes the French Riviera and northern Italy display or the 1960s classic car, or the inimitable, luxurious retreats as you go on one luxurious adventure? The pandemic has taken a lot from us even if it left a few of us unaffected physically. What better way to restore your peace of mind and enjoy the certain possibility of a post-pandemic world than a road trip through a beautiful European country? Four Seasons’ is proving it is not only a pioneer in luxury accommodation but they certainly know how to have a good time beyond the walls of their five-star hotels. With En Route to La Dolce Vita, Four Seasons offers a completely customizable itinerary, that welcomes guests to cruise through the matchless panoramas of the lush Tuscan countryside or arrive in style at some of Milan’s most fashionable shops, driving in their choice of 1960s classic car including a 961 Giulietta Spider, a Mercedes-Benz 190 SL Cabrio or a Porsche 356 Speedster. Guests have help in the form of the hotel concierge who aids in designing a unique route, following which, guests travel the lengths and breadths of these beautiful locales before calling it a day at Four Seasons Hotel Milano, Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, or Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat.


Four seasons have paid immense attention to details that will make this road trip an exceptionally memorable way to end your pandemic woes; a cutesy picnic box carefully created by skilled hotel chefs, on-going roadside assistance, and valet parking and cleaning at each hotel destination are some measures taken to show guests that no luxury is spared in making this the road trip of a lifetime! Road trip packages start at $3,235+VAT, from Four Seasons Hotel Milano to Four Seasons Hotel Firenze, or from Four Seasons Hotel Milano to du Cap-Ferrat.

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[Via: Four Seasons]