If the thrill of the crowd, a beer in your hand and high-fives from your new spouse sounds good to you, then a sports themed vacay may be just the ticket.
No matter what time of year you visit, there’s always something going on in Boston. The only place to capture what Sports Illustrated dubbed the “Grand Slam of North American Sports” – championships in all four major sports leagues – Boston is a must-visit for any sports fan. Tip: don’t wear your Yankees jersey to Fenway Park.
Toronto is the only Canadian city to boast five professional sports teams. Visit in the fall to catch the Blue Jays, Toronto FC or Argos as they finish up their seasons, or watch the Maple Leafs home opener. Can’t get a ticket to your fave sport? Head to Real Sports Bar & Grill to catch the game on one of the bar’s 199 TV screens.
Intense footie fans will love basking in the rich history at one of Manchester’s two iconic stadiums: Old Trafford, home of the Manchester United FC, and Etihad Stadium, home to Manchester City FC. The city is also home to the National Football Museum and was once voted the sporting capital of the UK.