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Get to know the beautiful game in all its forms. Let us organize for you a unique football experience


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From an early age, football was a part of your life. There are no better times than those spent chasing a ball. Or those watching 22 grown men kick a ball around with a beer in hands. We know you can’t get enough of this beautiful game. We have an opportunity to enjoy it all around Europe. Expect some energetic, seriously competitive and well priced quality activities. Let us offer you great old school football activities that never let anyone down. And then there is something a little bit crazier. We guarantee there something even for the lazy asses who rather watch than play. Just have a look and pick your poison. Please note, Football Activity is member of Experience Buddy Family, where you can check our different activities.

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Array ( [91] => Array ( [id] => 91 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Prague [country] => Czech Republic [slug] => prague [description] => No other eastern European location can rival Prague. The gothic capital of Czech Republic has transformed from the communist bastion to the lively, modern city. Prague, divided by a picturesque river Vltava and connected by magnificent stone bridges, can without a problem fill up more than 20 of your weekends. This city, notorious for its beer, is brimming with mind-blowing possibilities for anyone. Are you into architectural beauty? Be sure to check out the Old Town. And, in fact the whole 1st district and its fabulously restored baroque buildings and cobbled lanes. The buildings show a creative genius and house modern bars. And make Prague a cosmopolitan hybrid of entertainment. [img] => 57b15958277e4-prague.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 1 ) [94] => Array ( [id] => 94 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Bratislava [country] => Slovakia [slug] => bratislava [description] => Medieval towers and flamboyant 20th-century buildings characterize the skyline of the only national capital that borders two independent countries. The city located in the South West of Slovakia isn’t geographically very big. Bratislava maybe lacks in size, but it certainly doesn’t lack in grandiose landmarks. Slovakian capital offers plenty of cool things to admire. The iconic Bratislava Castle looms over them and over the whole city. Together with the UFO situated on the city’s newest bridge, they define the skyline of the city surrounded by magnificent forest and vineyards. However, that’s not all. This historically multi-ethnic city is boasting with old-town charm, sophisticated restaurants, good music, stylish people and fantastic atmosphere. And the other thousand little things that invite you for a visit. [img] => 57bae2e5c4928-bratislava.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 2 ) [95] => Array ( [id] => 95 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Budapest [country] => Hungary [slug] => budapest [description] => Budapest is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Because of being a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, it kind of looks like a smaller version of Vienna. The Hungarian capital boasts a stunning architecture - baroque, neoclassical, eclectic and art nouveau. The beauty of the city separated by Danube and connected by its magnificent bridges is not all God given. Many cultures have left their traces in Budapest. Admire them in Ottoman-era spas or in resurgent Jewish quarter. One is quiet; the other is lively party spot. The city has been destroyed. And repaired, but bullet holes are still visible on some buildings. Even with them, Budapest has myriad charms and thousand places to admire. [img] => 581c63d935e85-budapest.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 3 ) [96] => Array ( [id] => 96 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Amsterdam [country] => Netherlands [slug] => amsterdam [description] => If we say Amsterdam, what would you think of? Weed. Lady’s of the night. Tulips. Cheese. Watermills. Bicycles. Is it something else behind the clichés of this amazing city? Did you know Amsterdam is one of Europe’s top short-break destinations? Sure, it is very compact and easy to walk around. But we guess that’s not going to be the main reason. The city may have only three world-famous sights, but 20 times more museums. It is welcoming, youthful and very appealing to look at. It simply found its way to combine the beauty of the 17th-century Golden Age city center, museums and laid-back atmosphere. And it became one of the world's most appealing and offbeat metropolises. [img] => 581c63ba221a9-amsterdam.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 4 ) [97] => Array ( [id] => 97 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Berlin [country] => Germany [slug] => berlin [description] => The vibrant capital of Germany is home to 3.5 million people. The city divided by the Wall has gone through some rough times. But those days are very long gone. The energetic, cosmopolitan and affordable metropolis has grabbed the world’s attention with fascinating mixture of old and new. Its colossal size comes with an unlimited range of options. Its neighborhoods mesmerize you with vibrant culture and out of this world architecture. Its remarkable sites provide a window into Berlin’s rich history. Its numerous cafes and techno clubs keep going until the wee hours or beyond and they are ready to make your head spin. And the city that never slows down, never sleeps is ready for your visit. [img] => 581c63c346781-berlin.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 5 ) [98] => Array ( [id] => 98 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Hamburg [country] => Germany [slug] => hamburg [description] => The greenest city of Germany is situated on the Elbe River. This famous German port has more bridges than Venice, Amsterdam and London combined. Hamburg’s port has always welcome sailors and its maritime spirit have influenced the entire city. From waterside neighborhoods, to colorful fish markets, you will always know you're near the water. Away from the greenery and the water, Hamburg can change at the turn of a corner. The schizophrenic city is rarely boring. For some it is the place where Beatles nurtured their talents. For others it is only the sin city. By its proud citizens it is "the gateway to the world”. One way or another, modern Hamburg teeming with attractive architecture, cultural diversity and history is awaiting everyone. [img] => 581c63f183163-hamburg.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 6 ) [100] => Array ( [id] => 100 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Munich [country] => Germany [slug] => munich [description] => The famous host of an annual October fest known for a wild nightlife. The stylish old town with the high standard of living and low crime rate. The eminently green city separated by the Isar river. The city of great architecture, high art, and fine music. How many cities are we trying to describe here? Only one guys, only Munich. This cosmopolitan playground lies in the very heart of traditional Bavaria region protected by magnificent Alps. Today it is a modern capital of technology boasting with sights that give it a medieval touch. It’s a place that seamlessly blends modernity with tradition and past. It is the city of laptops and lederhosen that has something up its sleeve for everyone. [img] => 581c6400515b0-munich.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 7 ) [101] => Array ( [id] => 101 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Cologne [country] => Germany [slug] => cologne [description] => Once upon a time the city north of the Alps was the German metropolis. Unfortunately, the fourth largest city of Germany has gone through some hard times. The majority of this city was left in ruins after the World War II. Magically, its most breathtaking building was spared. Cologne Cathedral, one of the most famous religious buildings on the planet still stands untouched above all. Stumble upon all attractions of the one of Europe’s most liberal and diverse places. Visit the city’s museums, especially strong when it comes to art. Admire its unique architectural inheritance. Have a rest in a beer hall and soak up an amazing atmosphere of this beautiful city. Or play football. [img] => 583e997823d2a-cologne.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 8 ) [102] => Array ( [id] => 102 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Stuttgart [country] => Germany [slug] => stuttgart [description] => The beautiful capital of Baden-Württemberg region is more than just a historic place. It is a city of contradictions, a beating heart of Europe’s motor industry. Porsche and Mercedes manufactured in Stuttgart are exported all over the world. A yet is it also the famous city of art and culture. It is teeming with the first class museums and even better opera and ballet performances. It’s surrounded by green hills, forests and vineyards that are hiding “Weinstube”, the little vineries. Stuttgart’s city center is boasting with historic buildings that surround the charming square named after the poet and playwright Friedrich Schiller. Despite of being called “Germany's biggest small town”, this city really does have something for everyone. [img] => 583e9986be4e0-stuttgart.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 9 ) [99] => Array ( [id] => 99 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Warsaw [country] => Poland [slug] => warsaw [description] => Warsaw is a fashionable modern city with carefully preserved memories. The place, where east meets west, has had troubled history. “Thanks” to position in Central Europe; it has been shuffled between empires and dynasties. It was destroyed to the ground in the WWII. But that was then. Today the city is thriving and the negative images were replaced by beautiful parks, tech-and-chic skyscrapers, top-notch contemporary architecture and gourmet restaurants. All that and more helped Warsaw to become the modern European capital. The capital that found a way to preserve its tumultuous past. There are excellent museums and parts of the city rebuilt brick by brick interpreting the complex story of Warsaw. And showing its ability to survive. [img] => 583e9991a3425-warsaw.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 10 ) [103] => Array ( [id] => 103 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Poznan [country] => Poland [slug] => poznan [description] => Don’t head down the same worn out roads, choose the path less followed. Visit Poznan, undiscovered Polish gem before it becomes way too popular. One of the oldest cities in Poland isn’t very famous around the world. Even though it is located on one of Europe's main east-west train lines. The city hosted Euro in 2012 and since then more and more people have discovered its beauty. Poznan belongs to the region where the Polish state was born. It witnessed many important historical events. No wonder it is now home to some outstanding museums. And it is home to the most popular football team in Poland, Lech Poznan. Meet its fanatic fans, have a pint of Lech beer with them and enjoy fantastic time in this football city. [img] => 583e999df20d2-poznan.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 11 ) [104] => Array ( [id] => 104 [id_activity] => 12 [title] => Brno [country] => Czech Republic [slug] => brno [description] => Are you all about exploring places which aren’t traditional tourist destinations? Let’s head straight to Brno. Not many of you know this small city located in the hearth of the amazing Moravian region. The city in the shadow of famous Czech capital Prague is pretty, compact, relaxed and a great value for your money. It may not as big as you expected and yet it still offers some seriously great time. Expect lively club and exciting beer-filled bar scene without the heavy crowds that easily rival Prague's. Look forward to an attractive historic city centre. Admire its skyline dominated by the imposing Špilberk Castle and the soaring twin-spires of Peter and Paul Cathedral. Get lost among the striking landmarks and soak up the atmosphere of an incredible place. [img] => 57bae61ff3a5b-brno.jpg [active] => 1 [order] => 12 ) )

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