AUD 724 / pp
12, 17, 21 June / 4 July 2020
The UEFA European Championship, as its more formally known, takes place just once every four years and is always highly anticipated by soccer fans in Europe and around the world. Euro 2020 will make history as it will be held in 12 cities in 12 different countries for the first time. The tournament will also be commemorating its 60th anniversary and you can be sure all 12 host cities will be ready to celebrate.
Rome will host the opening match as well as 2 more Group "A" games and one of the quarter-finals. Don't miss a chance to combine the greatest soccer event in the history with a magic getaway to one of the Europe's top destinations.Contact our managers if you wish to combine your trip to Rome with any other Euro 2020 host cities
Stadio Olimpico in Rome
The Stadio Olimpico is the main and largest sports facility of Rome, Italy. It is the home stadium of Lazio and Roma and also hosts the Coppa Italia final. The Stadio Olimpico staged four European Champion Clubs' Cup finals: 1977, 1984, 1996 and 2009, hosted the Olympics in 1960 and the finals of the 1968 UEFA European Championship and 1990 FIFA World Cup, as well as a number of Italy matches. The Olimpico has undergone several makeovers since officially opening in 1953 and currently seats around 68,000.
What to see
For culture: From the Colosseum to the Vatican Museums, St Peter's Basilica, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps and the Pantheon, to name just a selection of sites, Rome is a treasure trove of art and architectural splendour, including the modern Auditorium Parco della Musica. For atmosphere: The Trastevere district or Campo dei Fiori, within walking distance of the city centre, are pedestrianised areas with wonderful restaurants and bars; intimate and with a great atmosphere. For fresh air: Head to the centrally-located Villa Borghese, a landscape garden containing a number of buildings, museums and attractions. Rome is also within 30km of a number of beaches.
You'll be provided a 3-day Rome public transport card
Rome has an urban transport network which consists of buses, trams, rapid transit lines, light rail lines and suburban railways.
Day 2 (match day)
Breakfast at the hotel. Optional sightseeing tours. Self-transportation to/from the stadium (3 day Rome public transport card is provided). Watch the match. Overnight at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out. Optional sightseeing tours. Transfer to the airport. Please, contact us if you wish to stay longer at Rome or travel directly to any other Euro-2020 host city.
2 nights at a carefully selected hotel in the city centre
Private transfer Airport - Hotel
Private transfer Hotel - Airport
A 3 days Rome public transport card
Travel tips brochure
24/7 support line
International flights to/from Rome
UEFA Euro 2020 match tickets (contact our managers to book)
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