Roadtrips Offers Packages for Soccer Fans to Attend the World Cup

Roadtrips has introduced luxury travel packages for soccer fans to attend the World Cup, which is scheduled to be held from November 20 to December 19 in Qatar.

Options include a seven-night “Group Stage” package, a seven-night “Round of 16/Quarterfinals” package and an eight-night “Finals Week” package. Fans can also follow their favorite team throughout the tournament with a 12-night package or even create a customized experience. All rates are per person.

Privately guided tours complement Roadtrips’ 2022 World Cup travel packages. Popular attractions in Doha include the Museum of Islamic Art and Corniche, the waterfront promenade. Guests can also enjoy camel rides on the sand dunes or go dune bashing in a 4x4 vehicle, and savor a traditional Bedouin-style meal.

They can enjoy first-class accommodations at one of Doha’s top hotels, with daily breakfast, transfers between the airport and the hotel, and between the hotel and stadium on match days, besides a 24/7 on-site host team. Guests will also have access to personal concierge services. Roadtrips has also put together a team of event specialists and multilingual local experts in Qatar. The team will be at guests’ disposal at all times via phone, text, email or in person.

Roadtrips is also offering travel packages for the Women’s World Cup, to be held in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20, 2023. Guests can also choose packages that allow them to follow Team USA throughout the tournament, with a seven-night trip and a 12-night trip. Other “Follow Your Team” packages are available for seven nights and 12 nights, besides a six-night “Women’s World Cup Final” package. All rates are per person.

The packages include standard or deluxe hotels, with five-star upgrades available in some host cities. Service includes pre-travel concierge, transfers between the airport and hotel, and between the hotel and stadium on match days, along with a 24/7 onsite host team to handle guest needs.

Guests can explore Australia and New Zealand, and each of the nine host cities will offer a different perspective, from the beaches of Sydney to Melbourne in Australia, to the natural beauty of Auckland in on New Zealand’s North Island. Roadtrips can also assist guests with plans of early arrival or extended stays for more sightseeing.

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