The international party that will be the 2014 World Cup is fast approaching, and if youâ€™re thinking of going youâ€™ll have to start working out the details very soon.Â One important aspect of a World Cup trip is where youâ€™re going to stay while in Rio de Janeiro.Â Naturally, a city like Rio has many different hotels to choose from, including world-class luxury hotels.Â Here are some of our favourites.Â Continue reading
With only 8 teams left in the running for Europe’s greatest soccer prize, the excitement continues to build as the Champions League final is just a couple of months away. On May 25th, 300 million people in 70 different countries will be watching on their TV sets. They’ll collectively hold their breath, bite their nails, and cry out with anticipation and joy, while they take in every exciting minute. A lucky 90,000 will be inside Wembley Stadium, watching history unfold live in front of their eyes. Of these 90,000 fans, there will be a countless number of different experiences.
Some fans will come from thousands of miles away, perhaps from Australia or North America, eager to experience live European Football for the first time. Some will come from just around the corner, unwilling to miss a major worldwide sporting event that’s happening in their backyard. Continue reading
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: Continue reading
While there will be 12 host cities in total for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, none will be more exciting and uplifting than Rio de Janeiro.
Rio is a buzzing, lively capital that attracts millions of visitors each year. And there will be no other time (except perhaps in 2016 for the Summer Olympics) when the city will be more exciting than it will be during the summer months of 2014. Continue reading
There are countless museums and sports tours available in the world, ranging from football, to horse racing to tennis and golf. Whatever your sport, Roadtrips knows the best tourist locations for fans of all kinds.
Some are quite remarkable, and make for unforgettable experiences. Like a sports tour to the Super Bowl with Roadtrips, where youâ€™ll experience one of Americaâ€™s favourite games, stay in a first-class hotel and get seats anywhere in the stadium. You can even add a couple rounds of golf, or a spa treatment for those quieter days. Continue reading
From June 12 to July 13, soccer enthusiasts from around the world will convene in the main regions of Brazil for the 2014 World Cup. This is Brazil`s second time hosting the World Cup, and they have prepared their infrastructure, transportation, and entertainment and leisure amenities for the upcoming big event.
With delegates, players, and spectators coming from around the world, it is only apt to plan ahead to get the best 2014 World Cup experience. Listed here are some of the best luxury hotels across Brazil that will enhance your experience at the 2014 World Cup matches: Continue reading