I’ve always been a fan of tying in my love for travel with other passions and using those as a reason to hit certain countries and destinations. Over the years I have managed to go to 3 Football World Cups which have given me an excuse to travel and enjoy some pretty cool sporting action. This coming year has a packed and exciting sporting schedule and if you are up for planning a big trip, these are the events which are worth traveling to.
The 2020 Super Bowl takes place on February 2nd and if you love American Football then this is the year that you need to go to this massive event. The reason is that this year’s event will take place in Miami Gardens, Florida, an awesome state with so much to do and enjoy. Take in the football action, visit Disney, take a hovercraft over the Everglades and bask in the Miami sunshine on South Beach, sounds like a perfect trip.
Instead of sitting in your armchair for the 2020 European football championships, why not take a trip to any one of the multiple destinations where it is played and watch it live? The Euros are taking place across Spain, Romania, Hungary, Denmark and the Netherlands to name just a few, with the final taking place in London. This is a great chance to visit a European country which you’ve had your eye on and take in some great sporting action whilst you are there. for the ultimate trip, try and tie in various countries and matches. To help you save up for your trip why not have a go at football betting? Use the 10Cric promo code by Silent Bet to get some free cash to start playing with, and try to win your spending money for the trip.
This year’s Olympics will be held in Tokyo, Japan and it is guaranteed to be one of the best to date. If you have never been to Japan then this is a perfect opportunity to do so, and the Olympics provide wall-to-wall action every single day. Tokyo is a city like no other, it is a fast paced metropolis which is packed with experiences to be had and places to see. The Olympics begins on July 24th and ends on August 9th, it is sure to be a cracker!
The biannual Ryder Cup is back again as Europe take on the USA, who will be looking to take their vengeance on the Europeans on their home soil. The 2020 tournament will be held in Wisconsin between the 25th and 27th of September. Wisconsin may not have been somewhere that you’d considered visiting before which is all the more reason to go and discover a new place whilst enjoying the golf. The state has many national parks and plenty of natural beauty and its proximity to both Canada and Minnesota lends itself to adding some days onto your trip to discover some more destinations.
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