La Liga Breaks. Visit Spain and watch the powerhouses of world football Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid and FC Barcelona live in action. Nowhere else you can combine fantastic football with top-class sightseeing, awesome food, and great hospitality better. If you love your Spain holidays and your football, look no further, and book a La Liga football break.
Let’s look at the most popular teams and give some insider tips where to go and which teams to watch for a memorable football experience. Join us and jump straight in!
Real Madrid doesn’t need much explaining. The most successful football team in the world has always been right at the top of European football. 34 La Liga titles and whopping 13 Champions League titles fill their trophy cabinets to the rafter. Home to countless superstars over the decades a visit to the glorious Bernabeu is a must for every football fan.
So is a visit to the iconic Nou Camp, home of their arch-rivals FC Barcelona. Not shy of titles and superstars themselves Barca and their offensive minded style of football fascinates fans from all over world. And just image yourself in the Nou Camp packed with 99.354 frenzy supporters cheering their team to score goal after goal. A Liga Break at its best!
And there are Real Madrid’s not so small neighbours, Atletico Madrid. Los Colchoneros, the mattress makers, boasting 11 La Liga titles themselves, a brand new 66.000-seater ground, Atletico would be the top team in almost any city in Europe. Known for the gritty football full of heart and passion, their massively loyal supporters create a unique atmosphere, especially when it comes to the Madrid derby.
But it’s not all about the big three. Just think of the Spanish beauty spots from your last holidays. Seville with its 2 clubs, Betis and FC Seville is not only a great city to visit. No, their passionate supporters turn the home games into a wild and raucous affair. And should those two meet, the whole city is gripped by the derby craze.
And then there’s the fantastic FC Valencia with their unique Mestalla stadium. One of Spain’s oldest grounds and an awesome sight. Only experienced mountaineers need to book a seat on upper levels! Set right by the Med, a La Liga Break to Valencia also gives you plenty of chance to relax by beach and explore Spain’s third biggest city.
Head North to the Basque country and visit one of the most traditional teams in Spain. Athletic Bilbao. The most fanatic of all La Liga fans turn San Mames into a nuthouse.
It’s a bit quieter at neighbouring Real Sociedad San Sebastian. But if you love your sea food and enjoy a break in cooler climates, look no further.
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