Rally Sweden*: February 2016 - Bookings closed
The only snow rally in the World Rally Championship offers a fantastic viewing experience as the Drivers battle to control their cars at speeds of up to 130 mph on sheet ice and snow!
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The Swedes create an atmosphere second to none in the WRC, with campfires lit to keep the spectators warm, whilst it will probably be the only time you will walk across a frozen lake to get to a WRC stage!
Temperatures stage-side vary between -10C and +5C generally, but with the sun shining the cold is not a problem and the feeling is similar to the 'dry cold' experienced when skiing.
RallySport Magazine have partnered with Rally Travel to offer you an excellent Escorted Coach Tour to Rally Sweden. Self-Drive tours are also available featuring some great value for money Self-Catering cottages close to the Rally Stages & Service Area.
5 night Rally Sweden Escorted Tour
- Return Transfer from Oslo Gardermoen (OSL) airport
- Transfers to the Rally Start, Super-Special, Shakedown, Stages, & Service Area.
- 5 nights Hotel accommodation (Arvika & Karlstad)
- Breakfast each day
- Spectator Passes (including Super-Special Stage)
- Souvenir Rally Information
- Spectator Briefing by our experienced Tour Manager
- Rally Guide on-hand to assist throughout the tour
- News & Results service keeping you up to date with the rally
Rally Sweden Escorted tour from GBP699* per person twin share. (*price to be confirmed for 2016)
Bookings for the 2016 Rally Sweden Escorted Tour are now open. CONTACT US for more information.
*in conjunction with RallySport Magazine’s UK partner, rallytravel.com
"Just a brief note to let you know the trip was a great success. We were particularly impressed with the Sunni hotel which had a wonderful view over the beautiful town ship towards the old church. The rally locality was so picturesque and is something we will never forget. Nor will we forget standing less than 2 metres from the side of the road watching the new world rally cars go past at somewhere near 190 kmh in spectacular controlled (mostly) slides. They really do get them noticeably more sideways now." Steve and Bev, Melbourne, 2011.