Sports are a phenomenon that has no boundaries. Countries vary rarely agree on economics, ethics and politics. Sport is one of those magical things in life that connects us across international borders and different languages.
It is the competition that both divides and bonds us.
Sport cities that will win the cup
- Monaco is a huge favorite for speed lovers around the world. ‘Circuit de Monaco’ is the street circuit stretching out across the city streets of Monte Carlo and there’s even a motor racing museum.
When it comes to Formula One races, nothing can compare to the Monaco Grand Prix, held yearly in May. The speed, glitz and glamour will channel your inner Bond.
- London is home to Wimbledon, the world’s oldest and arguably most prestigious tennis tournament.
A trip to Wimbledon is the ultimate tennis fan dream and it is an epic experience to watch all of the tennis greats play on grass. London is also a great place to see Chelsea FC or Arsenal play some world-class soccer. From boxing to soccer, cricket, rugby and beyond, the honorable city of London deserves a spot on this list.
- Real soccer fans have one ultimate bucket list destination – Camp Nou in Barcelona.
As the largest soccer stadium in Europe with a 100,000-person capacity, and the home field of FC Barcelona, a trip to Camp Nou is a pilgrimage for soccer fans and lovers of legends like Messi and Ronaldinho.
- If golf is your game, Fife, Scotland, as the official birth place of golf is the place you want to tee off.
A visit to St. Andrews Old Course lets you walk in the footsteps of giants and it is widely revered as the best golf course in the world.
- Melbourne, Australia is an extremely diverse city when it comes to competitive sports.
Apart from surfing, the city hosts the Australian Open for tennis as well as the Australian Grand Prix, Aussie rules football and the ICC Cricket World Cup. When you fuse everything together, it becomes clear that this city is easily one of the best sports towns around.
- Tokyo in Japan is probably not the first place that comes to mind when you think of baseball.
But due to the American presence in this island nation after the Second World War, is actually one of the best places in the world to see a baseball match, as unexpected as that may sound. If you are not a baseball bof, you might enjoy the 1 500-year-old sport of Suma wrestling.
It is time to start planning your trip to one of the world’s greatest sport cities.Tournaments are held six times a year and last 15 days each. It involves two wrestlers weighing around 450 pounds trying to knock each other out of the ring.