Cricket is one of the oldest sports in the world and a highly respected game all throughout Europe. Most Americans never get the chance to play, but what if you could learn the game while also exploring an entire continent. Gulliver’s Sports Travel will give you that chance with one of their cricket tours of Europe.
Whether you want to explore the Emerald Isle, the French Alps or the shores of Cyprus they’ve got the perfect itinerary for you. The tours are tailor-made for you and include accommodation, great food and ample opportunity to get out and explore when you’re not on the pitch.
Whether you’re a beginner or pro it’s a great opportunity to experience the continent’s most beloved pastime while also surveying brand new cultures. The trips aren’t expensive, so you could realistically fit in a few different locales during your tour.
Gulliver’s Sports Travel allows both single folks and groups to take part in their tours, so you could get an entire team together if it strikes your fancy. Other countries on their tour list include Holland, Spain, Italy, Malta, Belgium and Portugal.
Prices for each tour package range between €178 for popular countries like France to €500 for more exotic locales.
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