LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL

The Mondino Transalpino was started by the Mondino Amaro team in 2015

to create a platform that enables likeminded people to share

the beauty of alpine passes and a love of vintage cars. 

The Transalpino is a non-competitive event where the aim is not speed,

but to enjoy a little dolce vita on the most beautiful roads of the alps.

 

Want to join?

Just drop us a mail at

transalpino@amaro-mondino.de

and we will contact you shortly

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JOIN US

On THE ROAD foR the

tRAnsAlpino 2020

24-26.7.2020 - stay tuned for more info

when & WHERE

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PAST 

TOURs

The Transalpino 2019 took us from Vierwaldstättersee to Lago Maggiore passing Sustenpass, Splügenpass and Furkapass - to name a few. 

For the 4th Transalpino we started out in Berneck (CH) and mastered the Klausenpass as well as the Oberalppass on the way to Disentis, from Disentis to Menaggio (I) we passed the Lukmanier, the San Bernardino and the Splügenpass and ended with the Malojapass on the way to St. Moritz. Along the road we had the chance to visit an old Swiss Küferei (barrel maker), a Swiss farm and artisanal cheese producer as well as the Engadin Airport. 

The Mondino Transalpino 2017 took us from Zell am See (A) to Bolzano (I) on some of the most impressive passes of the alps including Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse, Passo di Falzarego and Grödner Joch to name a few.

Along the road we had the chance to stop by Zant Lederwaren and Porsche Design Studio, as well as Klaus Lentsch Vineyards in Eppan. 

ln 2016, the tour took us from Engadin (CH) to Lago

d' Iseo (I) via the legendary roads Stelvio and Passo di Gavia. After delicious roadside picknicks and refreshing swim stops, we visited the impressive Riva shipyard in Sarnico before ending the day with a wonderful dinner at Monzio Compagnoni Vineyards in Franciacorta.

REQUIREMENTs

You should bring a vehicle – preferably an old one – and a valid driver's license. Attendees must be of legal drinking and driving age. 

 

Further information regarding fees and route details will be provided upon request.

Please note that the host is not responsible for any disregard of traffic regulations by the attendees. The number of participants is limited and will be acknowledged in the order of registrations received. 

We would like to thank all our participants and our previous partners Herrmannsdorfer, Carroux Caffee, Antidote and August Gin for the support! Read the full story on our favorite men’s blog brusworld.com

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For registration please contact us at:

transalpino@amaro-mondino.de