There’s nothing like the feel of the open road beneath your wheels to get any car enthusiast feeling good, and when those wheels are attached to a classic car, there’s simply nothing better. Our Picnic Classic car day for two is a fantastic opportunity to hit the road is the kind of vehicle that most people only dream of and enjoy hitting the tarmac on some of the most impressive driving routes this country has to offer.
The choice of cars available for the Picnic Classic Car day varies depending on the location you choose, but includes a fantastic range of classic convertibles, coupes and saloons, such as an MG, Alfa Romeo, Jaguar, Ford, Triumph, Volkswagen and Mercedes – it would be a treat to drive any of these cars, but Britain has some roads which seem almost as though they are designed to play host to the kinds of cars that make driving fans weak at the knees. Our experts have been out around the country testing different routes to end up with a hand picked selection of drives which will give you a chance to make the most of your car, not to mention the company, on a Picnic Classic Car Day.
As the name implies, a Picnic Classic Car day also includes a gourmet packed lunch for you and your travelling companion to share, so whenever you come across a place that looks like a suitable spot, you can stop off and share some food and the views before heading back to the car for some more driving fun. The locations you can choose from are Dorset, Suffolk, Worcester and Yorkshire all of which benefit from spectacular scenery, whether that’s the rolling hills and dales of Yorkshire where you can really put the car’s engine to the test, or the flatter aspect of Suffolk, where you can see for miles across the countryside, the choice is yours.
If you’re looking for a present for someone who would love to hit the road in the car of their dreams, then a Picnic Classic Car day for two is a great gift. Perhaps you are trying to find the perfect anniversary gift for your partner in which case the Picnic Classic Car day for two is ideal, particularly if you think you might be the one in the passenger seat.