This is the newest of all Banger Rally driving tours. Join us for an epic adventure across Europe. a charity rally adventure where some destinations remain a secret, only to be revealed on the day. great destinations and even better nights. Everything is taken care of all you need to do is drive and experience an epic journey across some of the best countries in Europe with some of the greatest driving roads, not a pot hole in sight.
Driving tours differ in so many way's from a budget banger of only £300 on some, to others not including vital parts like a return ferry, we have tried to create something different, we believe tours should be fun first so we have included a night to remember pre drinks boat party and club entry at a famous party town, informative is equally as important so we will visit some very interesting sights.
The Reims-Gueux circuit is situated on the western edge of Reims, between the communes of Thillois and Gueux. It is 7.8 km in length and was made up of secondary roads and a section of the N 31.
The circuit was used for the first time in 1926 for the first Grand Prix de la Marne organised by the Automobile Club of Champagne. In 1938, the Automobile Club of France used it for the French Grand Prix, and the first official Formula 1 course was used in 1950. The circuit was used for Formula 1 for the last time in 1966, the last meeting was held in 1969 and the last competition in 1972. The circuit was finally closed as a result of financial problems after hosting fourteen French Formula 1 Grand Prix races. A large part of the stands and a portion of the course can still be seen today.
20 meters under the cobblestones of Arras, discover the Carrière Wellington, a place steeped in memory and emotion.
After descending by a glass elevator, the audio-guided tour supervised by a guide immerses the visitor in the intimacy of the site. Strategic place and place of life, the quarry baptized Wellington by New Zealand sappers preserves the memory of the thousands of soldiers stationed underground a few meters from the front line, before setting off on the battlefield April 9, 1917 at 5:30 am, to attack the German positions by surprise. The rise to the surface in the footsteps of the soldiers will bring you to experience the shock of the battle, through the screening of a film.
20:00 - 22:30
Pre-Party kicks off in the heart of the city at our exclusive ALL YOU CAN DRINK Boat Party bar!
Meet some of your fellow boaters, mingle around or play a beer-pong tournament against our staff.
23:00 - 01:00
Boat embarks! You’ll float down the Vltava River and see all the famous Prague sights (Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Kampa Island).
Party under the stars on our open rooftops. Inside, hit the bar and dance floor with our live DJ spinning during all the cruise!
The beat goes on! Free entry to some of the best-rated clubs in Prague.
Keep the party going and check out some of the city’s (in)famous night life!
The track was used for the first time in 1905, then in 1907, 1914 and from 1921 to 1930. Further individual races took place in 1933, 1936, 1937 and 1948. In 1951 a small series began again until 1958, with a break in 1956. The race has taken place every year since 1971, and in 2009 for the 60th time. Ecce Homo is one of the most traditional mountain races in Europe. Since 1981 it has been a regular part of the European Hill Climb Championship (EBM).