A specialised Jaguar dream tour, hosted by our editor, is about to happen.  It will take in everything Jaguar and fun-wise that we can fit into three weeks in Europe and Britain.

From August 21 this year until September 11 we will be hosting our seventh Jaguar Magazine Tour to Europe.  With a limit of just 44 people, we have several places still open.


We have made it as reasonably priced as possible, while maintaining good hotels and meals etc., and include airfares, accommodation, entry to most venues and events, all breakfasts, selected main meals, coach travel, transfers including train from Paris to London using the ‘Chunnel’ and a night out in Paris etc.

It is not just for the ‘boys’ and the ladies are catered for.

Will take in exciting places including the Porsche and Mercedes-Benz Museums, champagne cellars in Reims, touring the famous abandoned racing track just out of Reims where countless French GPs were held and where Jaguar scored victories with their C and D-Types.

We will enjoy days of leisure in Paris, before a rail adventure to London where the enormously prestigious Royal Automobile Club (RAC) in Pall Mall will host our group (this is a massive privilege), we will take in the fabulous and spectacular Concours d’Elegance at King Henry VIII’s historic Hampton Court Palace, and tour the Williams F1 team HQ who also prepare Panasonic Jaguar’s Formula E team.

From there we head up to the Midlands, home of Britain’s car industry and home to Jaguar Cars since 1927.

Over three days we will inspect the main Jaguar assembly plant at Castle Bromwich on the outskirts of Birmingham, and tour the new Jaguar Classic Jaguar and Land Rover base also in Coventry.

We will visit the Coventry Museum of Road Transport where many famous factory Jaguars and Daimlers are displayed, and also the British Heritage Motor Museum at Gaydon where the majority of Jaguar’s Heritage Collection cars are stored and displayed.

We also have a number of surprises planned, and the chance for a night out in Stratford-On-Avon with all that offers, including a tour of Shakespeare’s birthplace.


From there we go to the world’s first permanent motor racing circuit, the evocative Brooklands, home of aviation and motor racing pre-WW2.

Then there are three days of the world-renowned Goodwood Festival of Speed with all sorts of options.  We will be based in Southampton while there, and that is close to the renowned Beaulieu Place and Motor Museum in the New Forest.

We will have a farewell dinner in London – and if you wish – you can stay on after completion of the Tour to do your own thing.

We are catering for Jaguar owners or enthusiast from anywhere in the world, and as mentioned, places are limited.  We are taking deposits now.

If you want to know more contact Jenny Ryan, Sporting Groups Travel Manager, Flight Centre Sports and Events.  Phone her on 1300 220 293 or e-mail

For a specialised trip like this one, people such as those at Jaguar open doors and go the extra mile – something that just doesn’t happen on your own.

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