Frankfurt to Paris
One for the motorsport fans
Drive from Frankfurt to Paris, via Belgium, and take in some of the most legendary settings in Motorsport.
- Frankfurt am Main Airport One of the busiest transport hubs in Europe Frankfurt makes the start of this route accessible from almost anywhere.
- Koblenz A picturesque city with origins in Roman times this city lies on the confluence of the mighty River Rhine and the Moselle. Despite a tumultuous story much of the ancient and historic parts of the town remain alongside the modern and industrial parts of the vibrant city.
- Nürburgring One of the most notoriously demanding racing circuits in the world, this extraordinary track is open to the public via a toll system allowing anyone to drive their own car on the circuit. Pay attention to the small print of your insurance documents though before taking your own car through the barriers!
- Eifel National Park one of the most beautiful regions on the Germany-Belgium Border this national park enchants anyone who spends time there.
- Spa Francochamps Another motorsports favourite, this legendary circuit continues to host Formula One and other motor racing events, and offers a range of activities and experiences for visitors.
- The Ardennes Crossing from Belgium into France, this heavily forested area welcomes visitors into the third country of this Grand Touring route.
- Reims Gueux The Start/Finish Straight of this historic Grand Prix circuit is now a public road between the City of Reims and the village of Gueux. The old abandoned Pits and Grand Stand, complete with advertising hoardings, remain standing on either side of the road.
- Champagne Region The final section of the route meanders through the world famous Champagne Region. A suitable finale for the Road of Champions!
- Paris & Charles Du Galle Airport While the route concludes at the airport, the City of Paris itself is not far away and makes for the perfect place to relax for a day or two after your grand tour.
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(Cover Image: Koblenz © GNTB/ Francesco Carovillano)