The excursion options advertised together with the tournament events are third-party events for which a fee is charged and which are booked and paid for separately on site at the tournament office accordingly, transfers will be provided.
The advertised “ALLtogether” recreational opportunities are free of charge. Please note that depending on the time of year and length of stay, not all of the above excursion options can be booked at every tournament event.
Look forward to the absolute highlight of your club trip: a visit to the legendary Camp Nou – the stadium of FC Barcelona – with its approximately 100,000 seats, the museum and the club’s cup hall.
goingBarça© – Another highlight of the KOMM MIT tournaments in Spain: The vibrant capital of Catalonia is one of the hippest metropolises in Europe – and not just since Lionel Messi and FC Barcelona. Enjoy an extensive city tour through the most interesting districts, let your eyes wander over the Olympic harbour and watch the hustle and bustle on the Ramblas.
Strengthen team spirit, also off the pitch. The Outdoor Adventure Park Activ Natura in Santa Susanna has many exciting sports and leisure activities in store for you, e.g. football golf, mountain bike tours, archery, a high ropes course, quad biking and an adventure climbing garden where various courses await you. It goes from tree to tree over bridges, nets, beams and rope slides. You will be trained and secured by qualified personnel.
This large water adventure park attracts visitors from June with breathtaking water slides, numerous fun pools, extensive sunbathing areas and many other attractions.
Experience a marine theme park with outdoor fun pool. Get up close and personal with dolphins, sea lions and seals. Afterwards, you can jump into the cool water and enjoy the water slides and swimming pools.
Experience a unique atmosphere in a medieval setting in Tordera and enjoy a rustic meal at jousting games, without knives and forks, of course, in keeping with the times! You can cheer loudly for “your” knights.
In San Marino’s capital of the same name, discover the historic centre on Monte Titano, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008. Admire the Palazzo Pubblico and the Guaita Castle, from where you have a wonderful panoramic view all the way to the Adriatic Sea.
Italia in Miniatura
In this theme park, the name says it all. Marvel at “Italy in Miniature” and admire more than 390 true-to-life models of highlights of Italian and other European architecture on a scale of 1:50 to 1:5.
Don’t miss the shopping centre in Rimini with more than 130 shops on two floors! Here you can enjoy pizza, pasta and ice cream and stock up on souvenirs to take home.
Italy’s second most visited amusement park on the Adriatic coast near Ravenna offers new attractions every year. In addition to live entertainment, such as daredevil stunt shows, several spectacular roller coasters and water rides are also part of the diverse offer. (Only possible on extension days!)
The most famous and significant sight in the city of Pula is the Roman Arena. In the sixth largest amphitheatre in the world, gladiator fights took place in ancient times in front of up to 26,000 spectators. Today, this historic site is used for cultural events such as concerts and every sightseeing tour starts or ends here.
Boat trip along the Adriatic coast
Book a boat trip of several hours to discover the beautiful nature with its many small islands, beaches and bays. And when hunger strikes, fish specialities invite you to feast.
The karting facility, which is one of the largest in Croatia with a track length of over 1000 metres, not only offers the possibility to race, but also to play paintball.
In recent years, “Mediterraneo Watersports” has become more and more popular among the participants and the “fans” who travelled with them. The water sports provider is within walking distance of the site. The offer ranges from pedal boats and banana fun rides to water and jet skis.
Old Town Tour
You choose a city (Pula or Porec), are taken there by bus and then have the opportunity to discover the old town on a guided tour.
The leisure & holiday park offers more than 30 exciting attractions: from fast-paced rides such as roller coasters, freefall towers and white-water rides to carousels and entertainment shows.
On warm days, you’ll find a little cooling off at Sunny Beach next to the Wigwam Deluxe tents. The water playground, surrounded by a beach with real palm trees and beach chairs, invites you to relax. The indoor and outdoor water park Aqua Mexicana is also one of the park’s main attractions. The highlights include ten slides, three of which have special effects, sounds and 3-D animations.
It is no coincidence that Giethoorn is called the “Venice of the North”. Countless canals spanned by wooden bridges, which used to serve as transport routes for boats loaded with peat or reeds, criss-cross the car-free village. Let yourself be enchanted by the romantic water town with its thatched-roof houses during a boat trip. Or rent a bike and explore the beautiful nature of the surrounding area in De Weerribben-Wieden National Park, the largest lowland moorland in north-western Europe.
Kartplaza Action World
The Kartplaza Action World is located in Nijverdal. In addition to one of the longest indoor kart tracks in Europe (over 825 metres), there is also the state-of-the-art Magic Bowling Centre with ten bowling alleys. You can also play laser games and solve puzzles in the Escape Room.
What makes the Allianz Arena the most beautiful football arena in the world? Find out! Experience the atmosphere of the Allianz Arena from the perspective of a professional footballer in the players’ areas and learn exciting details about the unique building construction.
Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial
Visit a historical site with the whole team that commemorates the suffering of the victims of the Nazi era. The Dachau concentration camp memorial was built by the Nazis a few weeks after the seizure of control in 1933 as the first large concentration camp. It was not until 12 years later, nine days before the end of the Second World War, that the concentration camp was liberated by US troops and the surviving prisoners released. You can book guided tours and learn more about the fates of the inmates.
Leipzig Hall Tournament
City trip Leipzig
Today Leipzig is livelier than ever: a vibrant city for trade fairs, congresses and commerce, but the metropolis is also home to culture, sport, nightlife and shopping. An impressive train station and not far from it Karl-Marx-Platz. The Monument to the Battle of the Nations, St Thomas’s Church and the Gewandhaus are also worth a visit. You can also visit Auerbachs Keller, where Goethe’s Faust was a guest.
Bathing fun at the Sachsentherme
Forget everyday (football) life for a few hours and enjoy water, warmth and wellness with all your senses in the Sachsen-Therme.
City Trip Strasbourg
Strasbourg is the historic capital of Alsace and the seat of numerous European institutions, such as the European Parliament and the Council of Europe. Strasbourg was founded in 12 BC by the Roman Emperor Augustus. The well-preserved old town was declared a World Heritage Site in 1988 and Münsterplatz, directly in front of the Romanesque and Gothic-style cathedral, is one of the most beautiful city squares in Europe.
Kehl outdoor pool
Swimming, splashing, sliding and much more – enjoy a short refreshment between football matches in the outdoor pool right next to the sports facility.
Visit Germany’s largest theme park. At Europa-Park, you will find variety and seasonal highlights at any time of the year. The park is larger than 90 football fields and offers over 100 attractions, breathtaking shows and many surprises.