VIP White Turf Race Experience in St Moritz for 2
This is an exclusive VIP White Turf Race Experience in St Moritz for 2, which includes a fabulous 3-night stay at the 5* Carlton Hotel St Moritz and VIP hospitality during the race.
The White Turf Race in St Moritz is a unique event with a number of disciplines of racing all taking place in the wonderful winter sunshine, on the frozen lake, surrounded by the stunning scenery of the snow-capped mountains of St Moritz.
A truly luxurious break for those who want to combine the finer things in life with some epic racing action.
Come February, there is nowhere better to be than in the magnificent and romantic Alps.
An unforgettable experience that you'll want to tick off the bucket list!
- From Fri 31 Jan 2020 to Mon 03 Feb 2020
- Return direct train from Zurich airport to St Moritz
- Three nights accommodation in a Junior Suite at 5* Carlton Hotel St Moritz
- Daily Swiss breakfast buffet
- Daily food and beverage credit per person
- Access to the Carlton Spa
- 24 hour limousine service in St Moritz
- VIP hospitality to the racing on Sunday
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