Motive Travel recently announced an exciting new addition to its collection of sports travel packages – the chance to take in four English Premier League matches during the business end of the season next April.
As the Premier League campaign enters the final straight, teams at both ends of the table will be desperate for any points they can get. Title contenders Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea will be gunning it out for that famous trophy, whereas those at the wrong end of the league (at the time of writing), West Ham and Swansea, will be looking to pull themselves away from the dreaded relegation zone.
It’s coming home…
With Motive Travel, you’ll be able to watch all of the above teams in action, as we mentioned in our previous blog post. We’ll start off with the London derby that is Chelsea versus Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge, followed by Manchester United against Everton at Old Trafford – affectionately known as the ‘Theatre Of Dreams’.
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We’ll then make the short journey to Liverpool for the Reds’ home match against Bournemouth at Anfield, before heading back to London for West Ham versus Swansea at the redesigned Olympic Stadium. A veritable feast of football, for sure, but there’s much more to our Premier League tour than simply taking in ‘the beautiful game’ itself.
A tour de force
Aside from flying you to and from England with Emirates, you’ll also enjoy five nights’ accommodation at the Thistle London Euston Hotel, which also includes a daily breakfast. For our stay in Manchester, four nights in the Crowne Plaza Hotel, again with breakfast each morning, will keep the northern English rain from your head.
While we’re in Manchester, we’re also going to take an afternoon tour of Old Trafford – the largest stadium in the Premier League, with seats for almost 80,000 fans. Staying in the north, the Motive Travel Premier League package will also take you across Liverpool on a half-day Beatles tour. You’ll be able to visit the real-life Penny Lane and grave of Eleanor Rigby – though we can’t promise you a ride in a Yellow Submarine!
All in all, it’s set to be a fantastic few days. A veritable feast of football, with plenty of interesting side-tours thrown in – what a great way to start April! For more details, take a look at our infographic, or contact our friendly team to find out more. Are you up for the cup?