The TR Register International Meeting will take place in Navarra next September 2019, driving the spectacular Larrau mountain pass, Kakueta gorges, Urbasa mountain range and the historic town of Olite.
After those days, the tour will continue through La Rioja and Cantabria discovering Rioja vineyards and wineries, the heritage of northern Castilla y León, the beauty of Picos de Europa National Park, the Pasiegos Valleys and the Cantabrian coasts.
To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the famous Italian job film, Classics on the Road and the Jaguar E-type Club have created an exciting tour which follows the movie route, driving through eastern and northern France from the beautiful Aosta Valley to Turin and then on to Switzerland.
Participants on this tour may well believe that they are stepping into the shoes of the actors of this iconic movie, as they experience first-hand many of the scenes that appear in the film. This adventure is enhanced by the on-tour presence of Matthew Field, ‘Italian Job’ expert and author of ‘The Self Preservation Society – 50 years of The Italian Job’ (to be published in 2019).
Some of you might have been to Northern Spain before, but trust us when we say that the places you will visit and the roads you will drive on during this tour are unlikely to be visited by a regular tourist. Classics on the Road are based in Spain and have unique and extensive knowledge of this area.
On this 8 day – 7 night tour in Spain, the drive will be across the communities of La Rioja, Cantabria and the Basque Country, and some of the most beautiful back roads in Northern Spain. The daily itineraries are designed to make the tour attractive from a landscape and cultural perspective, as well of course, gastronomically!
Morocco is a heady mix of cultures, religions, ancient traditions, and modern sensibilities. It conjures up images of mint tea and tagine, date plantations and minarets, labyrinthine medinas and pungent spice stalls. Sitting at the crossroads between Europe and the Middle East, the expansive country is a spectacular, disorienting mix of old world and new age culture.
This kingdom is one of the most liberal and hospitable countries in North Africa, where travellers can live fantastic adventures without having to worry about their safety.
Each city has a distinctive and different character. The blend of ancient and colonial architecture that characterises Morocco´s main cities makes them spectacular propositions, like Rabat, Meknes, or Marrakech and Fez both imperial cities and UNESCO World heritage sites.
From Sahara desert to the peaks of the High Atlas, this country could have been tailor-made for travellers. Lyrical landscapes carpet this slice of North Africa like the richly coloured and patterned rugs visitors will lust after in local cooperatives.
The mountains, not just the famous High Atlas but also the Rif and suntanned ranges leading to Saharan oases, offer simple, breathtaking pleasures: night skies glistening in the thin air, and views over a fluffy cloudbank. On lower ground, there are rugged coastlines, waterfalls and caves in forested hills, and the mighty desert.
Drive across the country visiting different awesome places like Dades gorges with its amazing and sinuous roads, visit some of the most impressive Kasbah (ancient fortress), live an incredible experience in the desert and its endless dunes, enjoy the exotic and delicious local food and stay in hotels with typical Moroccan decoration.
Morocco is a thrilling Country still to be discovered where we travel regularly, Classics on the Road is sure that you will be surprised with this country becoming one of the best trip in your life,.
Don´t miss the opportunity!!.
Rolls Royce & Bentley Enthusiast Club Camino Santiago
05/27/2020 - 06/06/2020
The Iberian Peninsula is one of the places with the greatest cultural, geographical and climatic diversity in Europe. “Like a continent in miniature size” as some geographers have described it; rich in history and traditions, forged over the centuries by its different inhabitants, giving it a unique and different character.
On this tour the travellers will have the opportunity to see first-hand one of the oldest and most well known traditions in the whole world: THE SANTIAGO PILGRIMAGE TRAIL also known as ST.JAMES´S WAY (El Camino de Santiago), a route that began to be frequented by pilgrims in the ninth century and still continues today.
The trail’s objective is to reach the tomb of the Apostle Santiago (St James), which is located inside the Santiago de Compostela Cathedral in Galicia, from different parts of Europe.
The route will start in Bilbao, where the travellers will disembark the ferry from Portsmouth and from here the tour will drive along the beautiful roads of northern Spain, stopping in different cities, enjoying great hotels and wonderful landscapes, until reaching Santiago de Compostela.
Tourers will have the opportunity to get to know the north of Portugal for a few days, visiting the impressive city of Oporto and tasting its famous wine along the banks of the Douro river, after which they will return to Spain stopping in Salamanca and Valladolid. From there travellers will return to Santander where the ferry will return to Portsmouth.
When the “chupinazo” rocket is fired, the city of Pamplona transforms into an explosion of life. Thousands of people from around the world flood the streets of this city, which is awash with white and red.
Over these days the streets are filled with fraternity, happiness and a buzzing atmosphere, marked by the rhythm of the charanga brass bands and the peña social clubs.
The bull run is the only moment of the day in which the festivities are paused and tension invades the route minutes before the bulls set off on their race on the heels of the runners. The fiesta continues with the “caldico” consommé, the hot chocolate with churros, the procession, the giants and big heads, the aperitif, the bull fight, and the fireworks that announce the arrival of the buzzing night-life.
Everyone should live this experience at least once in their life, but before arriving in Pamplona the group will drive through some of the most beautiful roads and places in France like the Loire Valley and its impressive castles and the Perigord region, well known for its spectacular medieval cities and landscapes.
In addition to enjoying the world famous San Fermin fiestas in Pamplona, drivers and their companions will enjoy some of the most beautiful road routes in France and Northern Spain.