Budapest is fast becoming a popular destination for touring teams. The capital city of Hungary sits astride the majestic Danube river. Buda is the old town with it’s castle perched high above the city, Pest is more modern with designer shops, trendy bars and restaurants.
Hungary has a fine footballing pedigree and a visit to the famous Nep Stadion is a must.
ISL Football Tours are the UK’s no 1 agent to the Kun Cup, Eastern Europe’s largest and most prestigious football tournament. The tournament is held at the begining of August in the town of Szolnok, between Budapest and the Romanian / Ukrainian border for further information on this tournament please contact your nearest ISL Football Tours office.
Bratislava may be the capital of Slovakia but it retains a provincial feel from the days it was the second city in Czechoslavakia. There are many similarities to Prague, prices are cheap, beer, food and nightlife are similar.
Most of the nightlife is centred around the Old Town and on the banks of the Danube.
Matches are played against local clubs in and around the capital.
ISL Football Tours feature the capital city of Warsaw and the beautiful city of Krakow in the south of the country as single or two centre destinations.
Warsaw’s nightlife is mainly centred around the Old Town, which was completely rebuilt after World War 2. The country is joint host of the Euro 2012 championships and UK travelling teams are always made to feel really welcome.
Krakow is a great destination for touring teams. It’s large student population ensures a thriving social scene centred around it’s many cellar and music bars. It’s possible to combine a visit here to nearby Auschwitz.
Ljubljana is a quaint, charming city and is not as lively as other Eastern European destinations but if looking for somewhere different then is a good choice.
Nightlife is informal and relaxed. Excursions are possible to Lake Bled and into the mountains.
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