Europe is home to some of the biggest sporting events of the year and there is so much to look forward to in the coming year. We’ve put together a list of some of the best that you should consider heading to, to have a truly enjoyable time. Nothing beats the exhilaration of a live sporting event and with Europe being so easy to get around it is one of the best continents to visit if you’re considering going to a sporting event. With the roar of the crowd, passion of the people and the half-time and full time shows that everybody looks forward to at a sporting event. If you are thinking about travelling to Europe then you should always make sure that you go about renewing your EHIC card, in order to ensure that you are safe at all times while you’re away. Here, we list some of the very best events that you should consider heading to if you’re in Europe next year.
Wimbledon is perhaps one of the most famous sporting events in the world, and in many cases, the event is more than just the tennis. There’s the strawberries and cream, the Pimms and lemonade and the chance to see some of the world’s best tennis players such as Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams and Andy Murray. There’s plenty to enjoy at Wimbledon, and as it is held in the summer months through June and July you can be certain to have a memorable time there. You may even find yourself sitting near everyone from rock stars to royals.
Monaco Grand Prix
This event takes place in the midst of Europe’s richest and most glamorous. Head to Monaco to watch the Formula one cars race through the famous street circuits and the drivers battle to the finish line. It’s not just the scenery that makes this Grand Prix event so great, it’s also how close you can get to the track – as well as the incredible atmosphere and the glitz and glamour of the pre-race and post-race events that you can find around Monaco. One of the best places to watch the race is at Casino Square as the drivers streak round the Monte Carlo Casino.
Tour De France
If you enjoy cycling then the Tour de France is possibly the biggest and best cycling event for you to enjoy. One thing you need to consider though is that it’ll take a lot of planning and travelling if you want to keep up with the whole event, and the athletic team will head around the country at breakneck pace. Spectators actually see very little of the event, but the Tour de France is mainly about the experience of rural France, the small villages and towns and the mountains and valleys.
Throughout the 2016 Euro European Championship fantasy sports events began to kick off in Europe, and while daily fantasy sports are common particularly with Fantasy Football based on the Premier League, larger events are not in Europe. However with this success and leagues by DraftKings awarding more than $2 billion in prizes, it is highly likely that other large fantasy sports events are going to start being seen across Europe, so it may be worth keeping an eye on the fantasy sports scene.