There are too many things to list that you could
do on that trip, Jacob. But here's a couple of things:
1. Alpine passes are fantastic but beware that the high ones such as the Stelvio might only be just open, or not open (depending how early in June or July you go). The passes are almost all wonderful, and have their own character. The Furka, Grimsel, San Bernardino, Stelvio and Grand St. Bernard are some of the ones I remember.
2. Taxes in Switzerland are if I'm not mistaken 40 francs, hardly breaking the bank. There is no exchange at the border and you need to pay cash. But you can also buy the sticker with the AA in Holland, I assume the same in the UK.
3. Be careful with speed in France, but particularly Switzerland, they don't think it's very funny. In Italy police are much more relaxed but make sure you have your papers in order as you are quite likely to be stopped by a roadside checkpoint.
4. The trip your planning covers about 4,000km (2,300m) excluding any stops, alpine passes or detours. Be a bit careful about cramming in too much. I assume you actually want to spend some time in these cities - this will limit the amount of driving time available.
5. It's an entirely personal thing, but I would rather take in one of the Tuscan cities (Siena, Florence, or Rome which is not Tuscany but hey) than Milan. But I'm not a girl in need of shoes, maybe that is the reason and it might be not negotiable.
6. If you drive back from Venice or Milan to Paris through Switzerland, you come in the vicinity of the Bugatti museum in Mulhouse (Fr). Worth a visit, apparently, I'm going in May.
Do a search on the FLED tours and/or look up the tours in the FerrariLife Quarterly for the routes we have driven. Also do a search for Maranello, as there are plenty of things to do there and they have all been discussed before.
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