Archive for January 24th, 2018

Accommodation & Culinary Tour – Moscow Luzhniki & Spartak

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Accommodation & Culinary Tour – Moscow Luzhniki & Spartak

MOSCOW ACCOMMODATION A variety of attractive and practical accommodation is available in the approximate vicinity of the Luzhniki stadium and Spartak Arena. Whether you decide to venture from the heart of the Moscow city or prefer to stay as close as possible to World Cup spectacle, we have picked few options depending on your budget […]

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Camp Nou

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Camp Nou

Camp Nou details and attendances Barcelona FC’s home stadium is Camp Nou (stands for “a new field”), which opened in 1957 and with over 99 000 seats is currently the largest stadium in Europe. Camp Nou record attendance was when it still had a standing area: on 5 March 1986 a mind boggling 120 000 […]

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Barcelona Travel Basics

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Barcelona Travel Basics

Barcelona Travel Basics: Visa requirements   Spain is part of the Schengen area. Citizens of such countries as UK, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand do not need a visa and can stay in Spain/Schengen area for up to 90 days. The countries whose citizens are required to obtain a Schengen visa in order to […]

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Spain at a glance.

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Spain at a glance.

Spain At a Glance   Spain takes up a large chunk of the Iberian Peninsula. It borders France and is washed by the warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea on the east and the often harsh Atlantic Ocean in its northern part. Spain consists of 17 main regions that are called here “Autonomous Communities” and […]

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Barcelona Overview

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Barcelona Overview

Barcelona Overview Barcelona is the capital of the Autonomous Community Catalonia and has recently been the epicenter of the independence struggle of Catalonia vs. the Kingdom of Spain. Barcelona is the biggest coastal metropolis in the Mediterranean and is popular with art lovers and is a European hub for international conferences, summits and other important […]

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Getting There

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Getting There

Getting There & Around International and domestic flights El Prat Airport: This is 2nd biggest airport in Spain (preceded by Madrid Adolfo Suarez) and both major international airlines and a few low cost operators serve the Catalan capital. This is the best option, as the airport is only half an hour drive from the city. […]

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Away from the stadium

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Away from the stadium

Activities Away From The Stadium   If there was only one thing you had time for, you must visit one of Antoni Gaudí’s creations: Casa Mila, Sagrada Familia or Parc Güell. If you are into food go for a stroll at Mercat de Santa Catalina or  La Boquería Market and stop for a delicious tapas […]

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Budget Planning

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Budget Planning

Budget Planner Plan the cost of your football match weekend, whatever your budget is. The prices are based on a 3-night stay in the gorgeous city of Barcelona.   Budget Weekend cost approx: €185-€254 ($227-$312) Hostel or dorm – €12-€25 per night x 3 nights: €36-€75. General daily expenses including food – €40 x 3 […]

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Tickets

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Tickets

Tickets    Prior to purchasing tickets online double-check the match date on http://www.laliga.es/. It’s also recommended to check back again to ensure the match has not been rescheduled (it may happen for various reasons, from bad weather to FC’s internal issues). If time allows, arrange your travel with the possible changes in mind. So, ideally, […]

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