11 Things You Must Experience at the World Cup

At Roadtrips, we can put together a completely customized trip to next year’s biggest sporting event – the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. There are 12 host cities and countless memories to be made in the beautiful, breathtaking country of Brazil. We’ve put together a list of things you must experience at the World Cup:
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1) See Your Favourite Team Play
Whether you’re an Italy fan, a Spain fan, a Holland fan or an Argentina fan, whether you’re a native of the team’s country or an adopted fan, you have to see your team play. Make the trip down to Brazil and witness your boys smash the opposition.
 
2) Visit Iguazu Falls
All that partying and soccer excitement can take a back seat for a day while you visit Iguazu Falls, the eighth wonder of the world. Ride a Jeep through the national park and see Brazil’s beautiful  rainforests, then set your eyes on the falls, a sight second to none. (Except seeing your team win the Cup, of course!)
 
3) Take in a Game With the Enemy
Is your team involved in a particularly heated rivalry? Is there a big elimination game coming up? Gather your friends and take in the game at a rival pub, but make sure to keep it safe!
 
4) Go on an Amazon Jungle Excursion
You can’t go to Brazil and not see the Amazon! Take a breather from watching soccer and head deep into the Amazon where you’ll swim with pink dolphins and fish for piranha. This will be an excursion you’ll never forget.
 
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 Take short hop flights between host cities to experience the World Cup in a dozen different ways. Follow your team around the country as they chart their course to the final in Rio.
 
6) Tour Rio
Rio de Janeiro is one of the most fun and beautiful cities in South America. Don’t leave Brazil without seeing all this place has to offer during the day, and at night. From local cuisine, beaches and nightclub, there’s lots to see and do in Rio.
 
7) Hit the Beach
Watch the game in a beach town or beach bar. Brazil is home to some of the most beautiful coastal cities, so take advantage of white sand and blue seas, and catch some rays.
 
8) Party Pre-Game
For the games you can’t make it to, head the parking lot of the stadium and take part in the pre-game festivities. Go head-to-head with rival fans and show your passion!
 
9) Get Local
For an authentic Brazilian experience, ask local residents for suggestions of where to eat, sights to see, and the best beaches. Experience the World Cup like a Brazilian would!
 
10) Party with Brazilians
No better fans to party with than the home team (unless of course your team is facing them). Learn the chants and join in on the passion!
 
11) Book Your Trip with Roadtrips
You won’t find a better experience! You can customize your whole trip and we’ll take care of all the nitty gritty. Our goal is to put together the custom World Cup package that will create lifelong memories.
 
Contact us today to get started on your World Cup 2014 trip!

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Jeff and Jake and the crew down there were great hosts very focused on customer service and satisfaction. I couldn't ask of more from the tour team in their willingness to help regardless of the task.
— Enrique Montana, 2014 World Cup