For all you fans of the football scene (or as we Australians call it, Soccer), you will undoubtedly have heard about the European Championship. 24 teams playing at 10 different locations around France, and all are very driveable, if you are one who likes to hit the road like I am.Euros 2016 Guide on the sixt.co.uk website. If you are planning on going to any of the games, you should really take a look at the link below. Here is a brief run-down on what you will find in this Euros 2016 France Travel Guide.
After reading through the guide, I found a useful discount which some of my readers may be interested in. Any time England wins at football, sixt.co.uk offers exclusive discounts to their email newsletter subscribers. But what I liked the most about this European Champion guide is the in-depth information provided about each and every venue in France throughout the competition.
Not only can you figure out the run-down of each venue, but there is also a load of information about the city which hosts the specific game you may be interested in. Within the city guide section you will find cultural tips, places to eat, transport information and more. There are even suggestions as to what type of car they think would best suit your circumstances.
If I was to choose a venue to go to and watch one of this year’s matches, it would have to be either the Stade de France in Paris or the Stade de Nice located on the beautiful southern beaches of France. Paris is pretty good for public transport and you don’t always need a car however, if you attending Nice then without a doubt I think you should hire a car. Not only can you watch the football matches that are played in the city but you can also check out all the amazing towns and enjoy the culture scattered on the southern shores of France.
And so, if you are planning on catching any of this year’s 2016 European Championship, then check out this Guide. Hopefully it can help with your decision as to which town is the best for you to watch and enjoy a match at this years Euro 2016.