Group Stage
13 - 27 June 2024

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Germany

All Matches of Your Team!

We welcome you to Germany for the 2024 Euro tournament Group Stage to support your team and witness the action live!

You just fly there, and we take care of the rest. As always, our travel packages include hand-picked accommodations, all required transfers, great tours & activities between the games, on-site managers, and a 24/7 support line.

Germany welcomes you to enjoy the biggest sporting event of the year as well as to discover gorgeous cities, world-class museums, impressive architecture, and, of course, taste famous German beer! Our on-site support managers will ensure that every detail of your trip is well attended to.

Here is a sample itinerary for your upcoming trip. Subject to the final draw, it will be 11 or 12 days and will cover 2 or 3 German cities.

Itinerary

Accommodation

Accommodation

We have secured access to accommodation across multiple locations to guarantee your stay in Germany regardless which group your team qualify in. All our properties have been hand-picked in central locations, with great service and rave reviews.

Transportation

Transportation

All group transfers are already included in your travel package (premium and comfort packages). On the first and the last days of your journey you have private airport transfers included (all packages).

Tickets

Tickets

Our manager will assist you with all details to ensure you can get to the games.

Sightseeing adventures

Sightseeing adventures

Each itinerary includes one exciting city tour in each city you stay in. Our promise: these are not the standard boring sightseeing tours you've so tired of! We have carefully planned a set of experiences including beer tasting and wine degustation tours. Our destination experts will be happy to offer you various optional tours to enhance your travel experience in Germany.

Pre and post tour planning available

Pre and post tour planning available

Ask us about pre- or post-additions to your trip to make the most of your travel to many locations around the world. We can build customized tours upon request for you and your travelling party before meeting in Germany or as an extra experience after the event.

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Group С1: Stuttgart → Munich → Cologne

Day 1: Arrival at Stuttgart

Day 1: Arrival at Stuttgart

Meet & greet at the airport, private transfer to your hotel and check-in. Rest of the day at your leisure to explore one of the main centers of Germany's automotive sector and winegrowing.

Day 2:  Stuttgart -1st Game

Day 2: Stuttgart -1st Game

Spend the day at your leisure in the city. In the evening, enjoy the first game at Stuttgart Arena. A group two-way transfer is provided (premium and comfort packages). After the match, relax and celebrate your favorite team's victory with other fellow travelers or on your own, plunge into the sporty and festive atmosphere of a large scale soccer competition.

Day 3: Discover Stuttgart

Day 3: Discover Stuttgart

Take off for a city tour and discover the best Stuttgart has to offer. Fascinating art & world-famous architecture, automobile history at its finest, this city has something for everyone. Then we travel to Neckar Valley Vineyard, where a new and exciting adventure awaits you - a wine tour. See the vineyards of Stuttgart on the back of a vintage tractor in a covered wagon and enjoy a tasting of local wines on this wagon tour. Benefit from the knowledge of wine experts and try typical local wines and snacks. Start at Stuttgart-Münster and marvel at the beautiful landscape along the Neckar River. Pass impressively steep slopes on your way to Stuttgart-Mühlhausen. Admire the views of Max-Eyth-Lake and the Neckar Valley as you travel along hidden paths. Stop to enjoy a tasting of local wines and snacks with a local wine expert before returning to Stuttgart. Water is also provided. Return to the city in the evening.

Day 4: Stuttgart at leisure

Day 4: Stuttgart at leisure

Optional tour: Mercedes Benz Museum. The name which speaks for itself better that we possibly could. Explore over 130 years of history. See with your own eyes more than 160 vehicles which range from some of the oldest automobiles in the world to bespoke racing cars and prototypes which foresees the future of the industry.

Day 4: Stuttgart at leisure

Day 4: Stuttgart at leisure

Optional tour: Porsche Museum. There is no better place in the world to connect to the exciting world of Porsche. Iconic German brand presents more than 700 cars, including almost 200 racing cars. Besides, you can have look at the roots and history of the innovations behind the Porsche name in the archives: two kilometres of files, 2.5 million photos and slides, 4,000 books and 1,700 hours of film material.

Day 5:  Stuttgart - Munich

Day 5: Stuttgart - Munich

After breakfast, take your transfer to the train station to go to Stuttgart. Arrival to Munich, transfer to your hotel in the downtown. Afternoon is free for leisure.

Day 6:  Munich - 2nd Game

Day 6: Munich - 2nd Game

A new day, new experiences, a new group stage game! After breakfast, you can take a walk through the center of Munich on your own and enjoy its cozy streets and green houses. But don't forget, there's a big event in the evening! From your hotel, you will be driven to the Munich Football Arena, one of the best stadiums in Germany (premium and comfort packages). Watch the second game of your team at 2024 Euro. Renowned for its beer-drinking culture and relaxed vibe, this city is an incredible place for the afterparty too!

Day 7:  Munich, BMW Museum & Olympic Park

Day 7: Munich, BMW Museum & Olympic Park

Set off for a fascinating walking tour of the old part of the city, during which you will see two of the most beautiful squares - Marienplatz and Königsplatz + other places within walking distance from the center. Then, visit the legendary BMW museum, where you will learn about the history of the world's largest automobile giant. The unique exhibits of the museum are the reified chronicle of the corporation. They will tell you about BMV better than any book or documentary film. Our tour completes in a famous Olympic Park for a relaxing evening outdoors.

Day 8:  Munich at leisure

Day 8: Munich at leisure

Optional tour. Famous Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century historic palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria. The palace was commissioned by King Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and in honor of Richard Wagner. Ludwig chose to pay for the palace out of his personal fortune and by means of extensive borrowing, rather than Bavarian public funds. Construction began in 1869, but was never fully completed. The castle was intended as a private residence for the King, until he died in 1886. In the evening we return to Munich.

Day 8: Munich at leisure

Day 8: Munich at leisure

Optional tour. Visit famous Brewery Museum of Beer and Oktoberfest, located in the heart of Munich. The Museum of Beer and Oktoberfest in Munich tells the story of the historic building itself as well as of beer: production, the purity law of beer, Munich's beer quality, and the history from the arrival of the drink to the monasteries, and how the drink became a craft and won the hearts of millions.

Day 9: Munich - Cologne

Day 9: Munich - Cologne

Movement is life! After breakfast, take your transfer to the airport or train station to go to Cologne, one of the largest cities in Germany, located in the southwest of the country. Cologne has a rich history, reaching back to the time of the ancient Roman Empire, when it was founded. After checking into your hotel, spend the evening at your leisure. Walk, relax, explore new places.

Day 10: Discover Cologne

Day 10: Discover Cologne

This day will be devoted to new discoveries as you set off on a fascinating tour Cologne. Cologne is the one of the oldest cities in Germany known since Roman era. Cologne is known for its joyous attitude and party spirit. At the root of this outlook are Cologne Carnival, kölsch beer and, of course, the cathedral. Cologne Cathedral (Kölner Dom) is the city's towering landmark. This stunning edifice is a masterpiece of High Gothic architecture, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the old town, In addition to old churches, you'll find yourself traversing countless alleys lined with traditional old houses, boutique shops, galleries, cafés, and restaurants. After a walk around the city you will have an excursion to an old brewery. Soccer and beer ha always been a perfect match, and we just have to discover one of the best brew houses in the city and try different Kölsch brands to find out why Germans love their Kölsch so much.

Day 11: Cologne - 3rd Game

Day 11: Cologne - 3rd Game

Our tour crowns the third game of the group stage of 2024 Euro. The soccer history of the planet is being written before your eyes. The Cologne Stadium is a modern stadium with a capacity of around 47,000 people. After the game, celebrate with your fellow travelers and explore the best bars in the best beer country in the world. And Cologne is famous for its speciality, the Kohl beer. A group two-way transfer is provided (premium and comfort packages).

Day 12: Departure from Cologne

Day 12: Departure from Cologne

After breakfast, transfer a private to the airport. We look forward to seeing you again and preparing new adventures for you! Or why not extend your stay in Europe with so many amazing summer destinations within a 2-hour flight? French Riviera, Switzerland, Italy, Spain...or any other location of your choice.

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Explore with us the history and future of Germany, where ancient streets are intertwined with highways, and ancient churches neighbor fantastic modern architecture.

Munich

Munich

Welcome to Munich, Germany's third largest city and the capital of the Free State of Bavaria! Whether you enjoy the beautiful architecture of historic cathedrals and palaces, the extensive parks and outdoor cafés, or the merry old-time festivals, every visitor is guaranteed to find something for everyone. Discover Munich's most beautiful places, culinary highlights and the cozy Bavarian way of life.

Frankfurt

Frankfurt

Frankfurt am Main is one of the largest cities in Germany, located in the southwest of the country closer to the central part. It is the capital of the state of Hesse. Frankfurt am Main is one of the main business and financial centers of Europe. The European Bank and the German Stock Exchange are headquartered here. The city's airport is the third largest in Europe, serving more than 50 million passengers annually. In addition, there is an annual motor show, which is one of the largest exhibitions of its kind in the world and a book fair.

Stuttgart

Stuttgart

On the banks of the Neckar River, in a picturesque valley, Stuttgart spreads out. The automobile capital of Germany is one of the most important cultural centers of the country. This city is famous for the fact that many of its streets end in stairs to the tops of hills. Fantastic buildings of fashionable art galleries and museums on the background of Gothic towers and medieval castles, surrounded by lush parks and gardens, enthrall visitors to the city. Stuttgart knows how to surprise and delight, it is comfortable to live and rest, and after getting acquainted with it, you want to return here more than once.

Cologne

Cologne

Cologne is one of the oldest cities in Europe, the cultural capital of Germany, located in the beautiful Bay of Cologne. This is a paradise for lovers of medieval architecture and historical monuments, which can be found here at every step. Cologne harmoniously neighbors majestic ancient churches and modern buildings, quiet cobblestone streets and neighborhoods with a bustling nightlife, respectable restaurants and beer bars. This city appreciates life in all its manifestations, but cherishes its history and traditions.

Berlin

Berlin

Berlin is the capital of Germany. This city is an illustration of the history of the country: from the collapse to its rebirth. Today it is buzzing with unbridled energy, it sounds with music festivals, lights up trendy nightclub parties and sets trends in contemporary art. Berlin is the quintessence of dozens of subcultures of all kinds. Vegans and meat-eaters, Buddhists and Muslims, rappers and classical musicians - the air seems to have an uncommon sense of style and a broad world view. Despite the fact that Berlin is the main city of the country, it is quite different from the rest of Germany, and one look is enough to fall in love with this city forever.

Gelsenkirchen

Gelsenkirchen

Gelsenkirchen is a city in western Germany, located in northern Rhine-Westphalia. Previously Gelsenkirchen was an industrial center of Germany due to the development of the coal industry there. Today, the old factories of Gelsenkirchen turned into concert halls and ice rinks, the old railroad tracks became paths for cyclists. Today, in Germany and in other countries, Gelsenkirchen is known as the home of soccer club Schalke 04. Among the attractions of the city are the Berge Castle, which regularly hosts concerts, the zoo Zoom Erlebniswelt, city parks with playgrounds, gardens and reservoirs.

Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf

Düsseldorf is a city on the right bank of the Rhine River in western Germany. It is one of the five largest industrial, transport and cultural centers in Germany. Here are the offices of global companies, numerous educational institutions and landmarks of past centuries. You'll be surprised, but Dusseldorf is the German Milan. After all, this is where the clothing industry is concentrated, and this is where famous designers dictate fashion trends. It is a very diverse, friendly and always interesting city, which will appeal to every tourist.

Hamburg

Hamburg

At the place where the river Elbe flows into the North Sea, ancient Hamburg is located. The city-state, the port city, the Venice of the North - the multi-faceted Hamburg is a true jewel of Germany. It is known not only for one of the largest harbors in Europe, but also for its beautiful old churches, unique museums, lush parks and gardens, numerous bars and nightclubs. Dozens of canals with elegant bridges cross Hamburg. The many amazingly beautiful places create the special atmosphere of the ancient, but eternally young city, which attracts crowds of travelers here.

Leipzig

Leipzig

Leipzig is the pearl of Saxony, a city of fairs, festivals and beautiful architecture. The German city of Leipzig lies in the lowlands of the same name, at the confluence of the three rivers Weisse-Elster, Plaisse and Parte. In the city and its region many artificial lakes and canals were created, that is why Leipzig is called the "Little Venice". It consists almost entirely of historic buildings, so it has the status of the architectural capital of Germany. Here is an amazing combination of Gothic and Baroque, Renaissance and Art Nouveau, impressing with its architectural diversity and richness. "Leipzig. Ort der Vielfalt" ("Leipzig. A Place of Diversity") is the official motto of the city, which is considered the crown jewel of Saxony. This fascinating city, where the great composers Bach and Mendelssohn created, is home to one of the oldest universities in Germany.

Dortmund

Dortmund

In the west of Germany, in the picturesque valley between the Ruhr and the Emschera rivers, the ancient city of Dortmund is spread out. Majestic churches and medieval buildings, beautiful parks and modern buildings in postmodernist style, unique museums and exhibitions - beautiful Dortmund has a lot of incredibly interesting places for tourists. It's easy to lose track of time here, be enchanted by the wonderful atmosphere of the old city and believe in a fairy tale.

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Porsche Museum - Stuttgart

Porsche Museum - Stuttgart

There is no better place in the world to connect to the exciting world of Porsche. Iconic German brand presents more than 700 cars, including almost 200 racing cars. Besides, you can have look at the roots and history of the innovations behind the Porsche name in the archives: two kilometres of files, 2.5 million photos and slides, 4,000 books and 1,700 hours of film material.

Mercedes Benz Museum - Stuttgart

Mercedes Benz Museum - Stuttgart

The name which speaks for itself better that we possibly could. Explore over 130 years of history. See with your own eyes more than 160 vehicles which range from some of the oldest automobiles in the world to bespoke racing cars and prototypes which foresees the future of the industry.

Motorworld -  Cologne

Motorworld - Cologne

Motorworld Cologne is an automotive theme park that showcases classic cars, sports cars, and motorcycles. It's a great place to visit if you're a car enthusiast, and it's located in the heart of Cologne. Open all year round and accessible, the “Butz” is a lively meeting place for car enthusiasts on an area of around 50,000 sqm. From classic cars to youngtimers, rarities, modern luxury cars to bikes. At MOTORWORLD Köln ( Rheinland) you will find unusual vehicles of all kinds. To match, you will find the exclusive glass boxes for storing and presenting your automotive treasures, specialized workshops, high-quality accessory stores and varied gastronomic establishments. All of this and so much more brings the historic site to new, exciting life. Rheinland presents the private collection of Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher as a permanent exhibition. You can admire karts from his early days, sports cars, trophies, unique memorabilia and, of course, most of his F1 racing cars. You will have private guide at the Motorworld Cologne and transfer to and from the hotel.

BMW Museum - Munich

BMW Museum - Munich

The BMW Museum is one of the most visited sights in Munich, which tells the history of the famous German car company Bayerische Motoren Werke. The museum will be of interest not only to car enthusiasts, but also to those who are interested in modern technical innovations. The BMW Museum is located near the headquarters of the BMW Group. It was built for the 1972 Summer Olympics according to the project by Austrian architect Karl Schwanzer. The building is shaped like a bowl, which symbolizes the gas tank lid. In May 1973, after the Olympic Games in the building was opened museum of automobile company BMW. In 2004, the extensive reconstruction of the museum began, during which the exhibition area was enlarged by 4000 square meters and a circular route of about one kilometer was created, leading visitors to the 25 exhibition sites. The renovated museum opened its doors in June 2008.

Neuschwanstein Castle - from Munich

Neuschwanstein Castle - from Munich

Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century historicist palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by King Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and in honour of Richard Wagner. Ludwig chose to pay for the palace out of his personal fortune and by means of extensive borrowing, rather than Bavarian public funds. Construction began in 1869, but was never fully completed. The castle was intended as a private residence for the King, until he died in 1886. It was opened to the public shortly after his death. Since then more than 61 million people have visited Neuschwanstein Castle. More than 1.3 million people visit annually, with as many as 6,000 per day in the summer.

Technik Museum Sinsheim - Frankfurt

Technik Museum Sinsheim - Frankfurt

Technik Museum Sinsheim offers a unique variety of technology, unparalleled worldwide, just an hour south of Frankfurt. Embark on a journey through time and discover the milestones of technical history: How red does the red colour of a Ferrari gleam? What record did the Blue Flame set? What is the cubic capacity of the Brutus experimental vehicle? How big is the largest dance hall organ in the world, and who has really got the edge? The Tupolev or the Concorde? In addition to the supersonic jets and other aircraft that you can walk right up to, there is even more: hundreds of elegant vintage cars, motorcycles high in horsepower, racy sports cars, colourful dragsters, powerful agricultural machines, Formula-1 legends, nostalgic racing bikes, huge steam locomotives, extensive militaria, special exhibitions and vehicle conventions – for fans, by fans.

Brewing Museum - Munich

Brewing Museum - Munich

The Museum of Beer and Oktoberfest is one of the interesting museums of the center of Munich. The museum is located in a historic house, one of Munich's oldest townhouses, whose history dates back to 1340. The building's partially preserved cube-shaped facade paintings were discovered during the renovation and added to. The building itself contains a steep, narrow staircase, which is referred to as the "heavenly staircase" and which was once common to houses in Munich. Today, the staircase is a modern witness to the Munich living conditions of past centuries. The Museum of Beer and Oktoberfest in Munich tells the story of the historic building itself as well as of beer: production, the purity law of beer, Munich's beer quality, and the history from the arrival of the drink to the monasteries, and how the drink became a craft and won the hearts of millions.

German Football Museum - Dortmund

German Football Museum - Dortmund

Opened in 2015, the Dortmund city centre building is one of the most visited museums in the Ruhr area. The vibrant, emotional and interactive exhibition recounts 140 years of German football history over 3,300 m² of floor space. Subjects include not only the triumphs of the national team, the history of the Bundesliga and the development of the women's game, but also football under National Socialism and its influence on many areas of everyday culture. Spectacular media presentations, more than 1,600 exhibits and a host of interactive modules guarantee an exciting and diverse museum experience.

Nurburgring Formula 1 Track - Cologne

Nurburgring Formula 1 Track - Cologne

Guided tour to legendary Nurburgring track. Feel the power of a real formula car. Take a look behind the storied scenes of racing. Experience the legendary race track as a co-pilot. Or win as a team on the kart track. You can also try your hand at off-road driving. The Offroad Experience, Quad Offroad Experience, 2x Teammobil and 2x Trial Offroad Programs are available to you. Our tour is for all those who want a live experience of the real Ring.

The Palais Thermal - Stuttgart

The Palais Thermal - Stuttgart

The healing thermal waters of Bad Wildbad are known far beyond the borders of Germany for their health benefits. The Palais Thermal is not only one of the oldest wellness areas, but also one of the most exclusive and most unique bathing and sauna areas in Europe. Every day about twelve liters per second from the spring rise to the surface of the earth. the temperature is about 35-42° C. According to the recognized German "Classification of Therapeutic Waters" the thermal water is called sodium-calcium-chloride-bicarbonate fluoride acratotherm. Enjoy a breathtaking spa experience that will impress you. The complex includes 10 pools with thermal water of 32-38 ° C, 5 Finnish saunas, a Roman steam bath, outdoor thermal water pool with sun terrace, thermal water pools for massages, whirlpools with thermal water.

Dinkelacker Brewery - Stuttgart

Dinkelacker Brewery - Stuttgart

The family brewery Dinkelacker stands for wonderfully fresh beers full of tradition and brewed with passion that can be tasted in every sip. Ever since the company was founded by Carl Dinkelacker in 1888, we have been brewing beers using only the best ingredients and based on recipes that have been passed down for generations. Beer connoisseurs highly value the quality of our beers. As a family company, we take our responsibility towards society and the environment very seriously. Accordingly we are active in many associations, maintain cooperative relationships with our employees, customers and suppliers and place high value on using ecologically sustainable production methods.

Neckar Valley Vineyard - Stuttgart

Neckar Valley Vineyard - Stuttgart

See the vineyards of Stuttgart on the back of a vintage tractor in a covered wagon and enjoy a tasting of local wine on this wagon tour. Benefit from the knowledge of wine experts and try typical local wines and snacks. Start at Stuttgart-Münster and marvel at the beautiful landscape along the Neckar River. Pass impressively steep slopes on your way to Stuttgart-Mühlhausen. Admire the views of Max-Eyth-Lake and the Neckar Valley as you travel along hidden paths. Stop to enjoy a tasting of local wines and snacks with a local wine expert before returning to Stuttgart. Water is also provided.

River Cruise - Stuttgart

River Cruise - Stuttgart

Admire Stuttgart from a unique perspective as well as the city’s beautiful surrounding nature aboard a river cruise sailing down the Neckar. Start from Wilhelma and head up to Marbach or begin in Marbach and disembark at Wilhelma. You can decide which tour you would like to join. Onboard the MS Wilhelma, purchase different culinary treats from the regional food and drink menu. Enjoy local wine and meadowy landscapes from the Schiller town of Marbach, or from Stuttgart's Wilhelma. The journey takes 3 hours one way, or 6 hours roundtrip.

City Tour - All cities

City Tour - All cities

Between matches, in addition to special sightseeing trips, exclusive walking and bus tours in the cities of residence are planned for you. By exploring German cities and their architecture, you will immerse yourself in the fusion of history and modernity, learning more about the history of this magnificent country and Europe as a whole. Comfortable transportation and an English-speaking guide are at your service every excursion day.

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Hamburg - 5* Atlantic Hamburg, Autograph Collection

Hamburg - 5* Atlantic Hamburg, Autograph Collection

Superior Guest Room | King-size bed or two twin/single beds | 25 m² | Inner courtyard view | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Free WiFi | No smoking

Cologne - 5* Excelsior Hotel Ernst am Dom

Cologne - 5* Excelsior Hotel Ernst am Dom

Classic Double or Twin Room | 25 m² | Ensuite bathroom | Coffee machine | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Dusseldorf  - 5* Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf

Dusseldorf - 5* Hyatt Regency Dusseldorf

Guestroom | King-size bed or two twin/single beds | 32 m² | Bath | Air conditioning | Private bathroom |Flat-screen TV | Coffee machine | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Berlin – 5* InterContinental Berlin, an IHG Hotel

Berlin – 5* InterContinental Berlin, an IHG Hotel

Classic room | 28 m² | 1 large double bed or 2 single beds | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Munich - 5* Rocco Forte The Charles Hotel

Munich - 5* Rocco Forte The Charles Hotel

Classic King Room | 40 m² | Bath | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Minibar | Free WiFi | TV | No smoking

Stuttgart - 5* Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin

Stuttgart - 5* Steigenberger Graf Zeppelin

Superior Room | 26 m² | City view | Inner courtyard view | Air conditioning | Private bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Frankfurt - 5* Steigenberger Icon Frankfurter Hof

Frankfurt - 5* Steigenberger Icon Frankfurter Hof

Superior Room | 25 m² | Air conditioning | Private bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | MinibarFree | WiFi | No smoking

Leipzig - 5* Steigenberger Icon Grandhotel Handelshof Leipzig

Leipzig - 5* Steigenberger Icon Grandhotel Handelshof Leipzig

Superior Double or Twin Room | 26 m² | City view | Inner courtyard view | Air conditioning | Private bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Coffee machine | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Düsseldorf - 4* Das Carls Hotel

Düsseldorf - 4* Das Carls Hotel

Classic Double Room | 16 m² | City view | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Coffee machine | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Stuttgart – 4* Emilu Design

Stuttgart – 4* Emilu Design

Standard Double Room | 24 m² | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Coffee machine | Free WiFi | No smoking

Berlin – 4* H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz

Berlin – 4* H4 Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz

Comfort Double or Twin Room | 1 double bed or 2 single beds | 20 m² | Air conditioning | Private bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Frankfurt – 4* Holiday Inn Frankfurt - Alte Oper, an IHG Hotel

Frankfurt – 4* Holiday Inn Frankfurt - Alte Oper, an IHG Hotel

Standard Double or Twin Room | 21 m² | City view | Inner courtyard view | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Free WiFi | No smoking

Munich – 4*  Holiday Inn Munich City Centre, an IHG Hotel

Munich – 4* Holiday Inn Munich City Centre, an IHG Hotel

Standard Room | 19 m² | 1 double bed or 2 single beds | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Free WiFi | No smoking

Dortmund – 4* IntercityHotel Dortmund

Dortmund – 4* IntercityHotel Dortmund

Double or Twin room | 20 m² | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Free WiFi | No smoking

Cologne – 4* Hotel Stadtpalais

Cologne – 4* Hotel Stadtpalais

Comfort Double Room | 22 m² | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Gelsenkirchen – 4* NH Essen

Gelsenkirchen – 4* NH Essen

Standard Double or Twin Room | 23 m² | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Leipzig – 4* Radisson Blu Hotel Leipzig

Leipzig – 4* Radisson Blu Hotel Leipzig

Standard Double Room | 30 m² | Inner courtyard view | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Free WiFi | No smoking

Hamburg – 4* Sir Nikolai Hotel

Hamburg – 4* Sir Nikolai Hotel

Sir Boutique room | 21 m² | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Coffee machine | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Berlin - 3* Albrechtshof

Berlin - 3* Albrechtshof

Double Room | 18 m² | City view | Inner courtyard view | Private bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Munich - 3* Bayers City Hotel

Munich - 3* Bayers City Hotel

Standard Double or Twin Room | 13 m² | 1 large double bed or 2 single beds | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

Cologne - 3* Eden Hotel Früh am Dom

Cologne - 3* Eden Hotel Früh am Dom

Double Room | 20 m² | City view | Inner courtyard view | Private bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Free WiFi | No smoking

Leipzig - 3* H2 Hotel Leipzig

Leipzig - 3* H2 Hotel Leipzig

Comfort Double Room | 18 m² | City view | Inner courtyard view | Air conditioning | Ensuite bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Free WiFi | No smoking

Frankfurt - 3* Hampton by Hilton Frankfurt City Centre

Frankfurt - 3* Hampton by Hilton Frankfurt City Centre

Queen Room with Sofa Bed | 21 m² | 1 sofa bed and 1 large double bed | Air conditioning | Private bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproofing | Free WiFi | ​No smoking

Düsseldorf - 3* Holiday Inn Express Düsseldorf - Hauptbahnhof, an IHG Hotel

Düsseldorf - 3* Holiday Inn Express Düsseldorf - Hauptbahnhof, an IHG Hotel

Standard Room | 16 m² | Air conditioning | Attached bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Free WiFi | No smoking

Hamburg - 3* Hotel Miramar

Hamburg - 3* Hotel Miramar

Twin room | 26 m² | 2 full beds | Attached bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Free WiFi | No smoking

Gelsenkirchen - 3* Hotel Monopol

Gelsenkirchen - 3* Hotel Monopol

Standart double room | 18 m² | 2 twin beds | Attached bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Free WiFi | No smoking

Stuttgart - 3* Ibis Styles Hotel

Stuttgart - 3* Ibis Styles Hotel

Standard Twin Room | 16 m² | 2 twin beds | Air conditioning | Attached bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproof | Free WiFi | No smoking

Dortmund - 3* The Grey Design Hotel

Dortmund - 3* The Grey Design Hotel

Standard Double Room | 25 m² | Attached bathroom | Flat-screen TV | Soundproof | Minibar | Free WiFi | No smoking

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Booking international flights

Booking international flights

We will be happy to book your international flights if required. Please talk to one of our experienced flight managers for the best deals.

Booking international flights

Booking international flights

We will be happy to book your international flights if required. Please talk to one of our experienced flight managers for the best deals.

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Hospitality Tickets

Hospitality Tickets

These are premium tickets with extra on-site hospitality features. These tickets include best available seats, premium catering with drinks, lounge, entertainment and commemorative gift. Rates start from 1,250 euro for a single match (group stage). Various tickets categories are available for one or many games. As your travel concierge, we can assist you in this process and explain the details. The hospitality packages including the Final and one of the Semi-final games start from 10,700 euro.

Standard Tickets

Standard Tickets

Tickets will be available in digital format only. The final sales phase is seet to begin in May 2024.

Hospitality Tickets

Hospitality Tickets

These are premium tickets with extra on-site hospitality features. These tickets include best available seats, premium catering with drinks, lounge, entertainment and commemorative gift. Rates start from 1,250 euro for a single match (group stage). Various tickets categories are available for one or many games. As your travel concierge, we can assist you in this process and explain the details. The hospitality packages including the Final and one of the Semi-final games start from 10,700 euro.

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Payment Plan

Payment Plan

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Book with confidence. IATA member, i.s.t.a.a. member, with a Trustpilot rating of 4.9

Book with confidence. IATA member, i.s.t.a.a. member, with a Trustpilot rating of 4.9

Travel in a group with like-minded people and make lifetime friends

Travel in a group with like-minded people and make lifetime friends

More than football: visit the best sights of Germany

More than football: visit the best sights of Germany

Get access to the best seats in the house

Get access to the best seats in the house

Stay at hotels near fan zones to watch unlimited games for free

Stay at hotels near fan zones to watch unlimited games for free

We are experts at the world's biggest football events. Save your time and stress on planning

We are experts at the world's biggest football events. Save your time and stress on planning

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Our reviews
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Dragan Rakic

Australia

Great experience and organisation by the team at World of Discoveries - communication was great all the way through the trip

Carlos Silva, Family & Friends

USA

World of Discoveries went above and beyond on the World Cup tour, aside from the tour in Qatar they helped us and manage the logistics to get small 2-3 day tours to Egypt and Jordan in a marathon but memorable 16 days trip. We got to be in 2 of the 5 wonders of the world (Egyptian Pyramids & Petra; among other places) Everything they promised they delivered and always check on each and everyone on our group of 7. Helen from Spain did all the paper work and signed us up and the the land crew that greeted us in Doha were just perfect! Very well recommended and for the next World Cup and the Olympics they will be our go to people for the planning for a great experience such as Qatar 2022. Well done Wofdi!! Kudos to everyone of you!!! (Helen, Michael, Anna, Lina, Varya, among others) don’t meant to leave anyone out intentionally!!

Jorge Oller

Costa-Rica

Our experience with World of Discoveries has been impeccable. From Qatar’s World Cup onwards, they will be our #1 choice. Varya, Iren, Nathan, Damon, Iren, Lina; Anna and all the rest of the Wofdi team: Thank you!

Susan & James, USA

USA

As avid sports enthusiasts, particularly in tennis, my husband and I have eagerly awaited the opportunity to venture out again after years of staying home due to the COVID situation. We decided it was time to break free and fulfill our dream of visiting France to witness the thrilling Roland Garros tournament. While we typically prefer organizing our own travels, we recognized that exploring a vast country like France warranted the expertise of a travel agency. Our aim was to take a tour that encompassed attending the male semifinal and final matches, as well as visiting Normandy's Landing Beaches, the renowned wine regions of Champagne and Bordeaux, and ending up with a few relaxing days at the beach. After some initial hesitation, we entrusted World of Discoveries (Wofdi) with our travel plans, and it turned out to be a remarkable decision. Wofdi meticulously designed a comprehensive itinerary that not only fulfilled our desires but surpassed our expectations. The knowledgeable guides who accompanied us throughout the journey, the seamless transport arrangements, and the exceptional attention to detail demonstrated by the Wofdi team left us in awe. Looking back on our trip as we now bask in the delightful sunshine of Nice, we can confidently say that every aspect was flawlessly planned and executed. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the entire team for making our European summer vacation truly unforgettable.

Carlos B & Family

Argentina

Very professional people, made our stay a great one, everything was according to what was offered in Hospitality Tickets, hotel, transfers and tours I would definately go with WOFDI to the next Fifa World Cup 2026 Vamos Argentina!!!!!! Thank you

Ian C

Australia

World of Discoveries make you feel like you are their only customer (in a good way) that they can personalise and achieve outcomes for the biggest events in the World. Since my awesome experience at the 2018 Men's World Cup in Russia to the recent Women's World Cup 2023 held in Australia and New Zealand, Varya and her team ensure that her customers are satisfied beyond expectations. If you are looking for a real experience and a trusted partner to deliver, you should not hesitate to contact World of Discoveries.

Disclaimer

The term Euro 2024 is used only to describe certain events without the specific permission of UEFA. World of Discoveries is not affiliated with UEFA, UEFA EURO, EURO 2024 GmbH, UEFA Foundation, 2024 Hospitality Experience Group of Companies, Sportfive Global Holding GmbH, SPORTFIVE Entity, Fortius AG, a Fortius Entity co-owned by Daimani AG and Dentsu Sports International, a DENTSU Entiry, UEFA Events SA, UEFA Club Competitions SA, UEFA Member Association, DFB Deutscher Futball-Bund e.V, DBF Euro GmbH, the German Football Federation, in anyway. Travel packages and services provided by World of Discoveries are independent from UEFA . The official website that offers tickets for EURO 2024 tournament is https://www.uefa.com/euro-2024/