ONE of the most anticipated weekends in the racing calendar is fast approaching – and you could be there.
The Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe is a real blockbuster run on 1m4f of the famous Longchamp track in Paris.
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Sun Racing has teamed up with Racing Breaks to bring you not one but TWO brilliant deals so you can witness history.
Many sports heroes participated in the event, including six-time record winner Frankie Dettori, who tied Enable with two victories.
Legends are made at Longchamp in Paris, a stone’s throw from all the famous sights, sounds and smells.
This year’s event takes place the first weekend of October, with the Arc race on Saturday 2 October.
And YOU can be there thanks to Racing Breaks’ brilliant packages – with prices starting from just £379 pp.
Packages for this unmissable event include return flights from selected airports OR Eurostar entry from London St Pancras to Paris, an Arc Gardens ticket for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe AND return coach transfers to the Longchamp racecourse.
For £379 per person you’ll receive all of this AND a two-night stay in a three-star hotel located in the heart of Paris between the Grande Arche and the Arc de Triomphe.
For £459 per person you’ll have your choice of Eurostar or flights, Arc Gardens ticket and coach transfers plus a two-night stay in a four-star hotel near some of the finest landmarks Paris has to offer, including the Arc de Triomphe itself, the Palais des Congrès and the Champs-Elysées.
And to top it off, this offer also includes an invitation to an exclusive drinks party with Dettori himself – a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Both packages also include a free breakfast to enjoy before heading out to watch the races.
A whopping £2.5million prize money is guaranteed for the Arc, won last year by shock 80-1 outsider Torquator Tasso.
The German raider will be looking to reclaim his crown this year – but will the brilliant Baaeed be there to stop him?
William Haggas’ stable hero could still be the star attraction of the race after his blistering victory at Juddmonte in York.
It’s something the whole race wants to see and it could be the perfect send off for the perfect racehorse if it takes 11 wins out of 11 races in Paris.
But what about the magnificent Alpinista mare? And can King George Pyledriver’s winner cause another shock?
Whatever happens, you just have to be there – and there’s no better way than with these two great Racing Breaks deals.
Click HERE to see the offers in full – and book your stay now.
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