Experience One of the World's Most Exclusive Events
Monza is Europe's oldest permanent circuit still in use. Set in a former Royal park on the outskirts of Milan, Italy's second major city, the contemporary circuit is still one of the fastest in Europe being a series of long, straight flat-out blasts and long high-speed corners, interrupted only by the inevitable chicanes. As the home of Ferrari and their passionate followers, the Tifosi, the Italian Grand Prix is one of the most exciting races of the year and a must see for true F1 enthusiasts.
An intoxicating mix of the latest fashion trends and world-class art and culture, Milan appeals to fashionistas, art lovers, socialites and opera buffs alike. Add to this a passion for sport, great food, and incredible architecture and you have a city almost unmatched in it's ability to satisfy the most demanding travelers. We look forward to the opportunity to create your perfect Italian travel experience to this wonderful city and region.
Your 2013 Italian Grand Prix Standard Travel Packages Could Include:
- Saturday (qualification), Friday (practice)
- Your choice of premium race day viewing
- Your choice of luxury accommodations
- Pit tours
- Private sedan and English speaking guide for Milan Tour including the Doumo, Da Vinci's Last Supper
- Private sedan and English speaking guide for shopping in the Quadrilatero d' Oro
- VIP access and tables to the hottest clubs
- Tickets to La Scala
- Private guide, hostess, chef
- Private transfers (sedan, limousine, luxury motor coach)
- Airfare (economy, first class, private jet)
Park Hyatt Milan
Perfectly located right by the Duomo, La Scala, and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the 117-room Park Hyatt went straight onto the essential hotel map of Milan when it opened in October 2003. Designed by Ed Tuttle, famous for his many Amanresorts, it has spacious proportions and an understated richness. Tuttle signatures are natural, autumnal colors and subtly luxe materials (here: travertine with black marble edging, Murano glass, Venetian stucco, and silk and velvet upholstery), vast bathrooms (nearly as big as the bedrooms), and flattering, calming lighting effects. It all feels a bit like a modern Roman imperial palace. Add high ceilings, Bang & Olufsen electronics, exclusive Laura Tonatto bath and beauty products and the biggest standard rooms in town, and you'll see why this is going over very well with the discriminating traveler. Naturally, there's a spa and a gym; and the gourmet Park Restaurant is a hot ticket and always popular when chic events come to town. But, the real place to see and be seen is La Cupola: the lobby lounge bar, magnificently crowned by a 30-foot glass cupola -- it's second only to the Bulgari Hotel as the place for Sunday brunch in Milan.
In the midst of busy Milan, Bulgari Hotels & Resorts Milano provides a quiet sanctuary where your stolen moments are as precious and as incomparably beautiful as the hotel brand's namesake watch. Hidden in an upscale residential area, this jewel makes elegance look easy. Set within the leafy green harbor of its own private park, bordering Milan's Botanical Gardens, Bulgari Hotels & Resorts Milano offers travelers a stylish haven secluded from the flurry of Italy's most fashionable city.
Common areas are a feast for the senses, decorated with an inspired use of rare and precious materials, while the Bulgari's luxurious guestrooms feature teak and oak detailing and glossy Italian wood furniture with large windows that overlook the tranquil gardens below. Each bathroom is a work of art with modern lines and sleek surfaces. Carved from a block of Turkish Bihara stone, you'll be tempted to float away in the tub. The crown jewel of Bulgari Hotel's Spa is its iridescent emerald green glass hammam and gold leaf swimming pool. After your indulgent health therapies, you'll surely have worked up an appetite for the decadent Italian fare at the Bulgari's restaurant, where dinner cocktails are followed by a cigar in the plush smoking room.