5 of the world’s top sports experiences

Are you a sports enthusiast? Here we’ve compiled 5 of the ultimate sports experiences to be enjoyed from across the globe. In the multi-billion dollar sports industry, these sporting events are the world’s greatest. Imagine the envy of your friends when you tell them you’re experiencing these sports events from the stands…

The Master’s PGA Championship

Held every year at in Augusta, Georgia, this event is the headliner that every golf player and fan should attend in his or her lifetime. Adorned the world over, fraught with history and tradition, the PGA Master’s Championship is an event like no other. Once you walk the grounds of Augusta National, smelled the azaleas and witnessed the complexity of the course first-hand, you will remember it for the rest of your life and have a new-found respect for the players and realize just why they are the world’s best. Not only that, the accommodations available run from 5-star hotels to your very own mansion – purest luxury for the world’s most discerning golf road warrior.

Masters

Superbowl

It’s America’s most watched sporting event – pulling in millions of fans every year while businesses fork over half a year’s advertising budget for a 30 second spot during the live televised broadcast. The energy in the stadium pulses through your veins producing adrenaline and excitement that will have you cheering on your feet. Of course, in 2014 it will take place in New Jersey – adjacent to Manhattan – the concrete jungle where dreams are made of. Taking in the sights and sounds of New York City while staying in some of the world’s best hotels make this a truly unforgettable travel experience.

Superbowl

Monaco Grand Prix

The world’s most prestigious motor race takes place at the end of May every year in the world’s second smallest country, Monaco. Located on the coast of the French Riviera, spread over just 1.7 square kilometers, Monaco oozes wealth. This four day event attracts close to 200,000 enthusiasts each year. The grand stands only accommodate 37,000, but there are many other extravagant ways to view the race. How about watching from a hotel suite overlooking the track? Or perhaps you would prefer to watch aboard a luxury yacht or upfront from the pit lane. No matter where you are, this race is not one to miss!

Monaco Grand Prix

Wimbledon

The year’s biggest and most prestigious grand slam is easily on the grass courts at Wimbledon. Walking the streets to go shopping, or taking a tour to take in London’s rich culture and history, outside of Wimbledon the opportunities are endless. At Wimbledon, treat yourself to VIP preferred seating and access to the VIP area where you will enjoy strawberries and cream – a delicious Wimbledon tradition!

Wimbledon

FIFA World Cup

Ever wonder what it would be like to be in the stands of the one of the world’s biggest and most renowned sports event? Billions of people around the world wonder the same. For one month every four years, people around the world drop what they are doing to take part in the singing, chanting and flag waving at the World Cup. 32 nations compete in this intense challenge, but only one comes out on top. The FIFA World Cup experience is one like no other. Whether you are there to watch the Finals or just in the host city to take part in the festivities, this one shouldn’t be missed!

FIFA World Cup

Greg Eyjolfson is Co-Founder & General Manager at Arisoko.

If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

Comments (2)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

  1. Good sportive reasons, but we will suggest the Moto GP in Cataluña and, at least, one international marathon… Maybe NY or Tokyo or, why not?, Madrid. Running is growing as a personal option but also as a travel motivation

  2. Rhonda Costa says:

    I think when it comes to high end or sports travel at all you can’t count out Spain’s obsession consistently leading to top results. Sitting court side at Wimby is a ‘lovely experience’ but so is attending the Barcelona Open or training with Rafa Nadal & Carlos Moya coach in Spain. Top training, accommodation and competition. Being hands on with the action is a feeling like no other. Being around sport in Spain is an amazing feeling, especially for a tennis player.

Leave a Reply



Your actual name, not your online persona, website name, company name or keywords, otherwise your comment won't be published





Please do not advertise and make sure your comment adds value, otherwise we regret that it won't be published. Links are not allowed here - if you would like to advertise, please contact us for details.

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a Gravatar.

Our readers also enjoyed these posts…