BMW European Delivery 2012
In July 2012, we took delivery of our fourth car through the BMW European Delivery Program.
- Otočec Castle, a Relais & Châteaux hotel
- St. George Residence
- Marrol’s Boutique Hotel
- Alchymist Residence Nosticova
- Hotel Das Tyrol
For two weeks we explored Slovenia, Hungary, Slovakia, Czechia, and Austria and it all started at BMW Welt in Munich, Germany.
Getting there is easy.
From the Munich airport, take the S-Bahn S8 train towards Marienplatz.
Get off at Marienplatz and transfer to the U-Bahn U3 train and get off at Olympiazentrum. The trip takes about 50 minutes.
Go up the escalator and you’ll see the roofline of the Welt as you come up to ground level.
After we checked-in at the Premium Lounge, we went to the cafe for a complimentary breakfast until our appointment time.
About 30 minutes later, our customer assistant walked us down the gallery stairs to introduce us to our new car.
And there she was . . .
Slowly spinning on one of the presentation platforms.
At this point they will go over your new car with you and answer any questions you have.
Since we ordered the same car we ordered 3 years ago (except for the leather color), they just took our picture and handed over the keys.
We loaded our suitcases in the trunk and drove out of the building:
Our first day, we drove through Germany:
And then checked into Hotel Grad Otočec, a Relais & Châteaux property in Slovenia.
The European Delivery Program is nearly identical to placing an order for US delivery.
The biggest difference is it’s a lot more fun!
I highly recommend European Delivery — it’s a fascinating way to explore Europe!
Why? How? How much? All of those answers can be found HERE!
You can read about the BMW European Delivery process HERE and HERE.
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