Cheap Flights for UEFA
The UEFA Euro 2012 is one of the most looked forward to events on the soccer (football in European speak) calendar. This year, the European tournament will be held from Friday, June 8 with the final game being played on Sunday, July 1. Sixteen teams from around the European Union will be playing against in each other in one of the most prestigious titles in the football world.
The sixteen teams, including England, Russia, Ireland, Croatia and Portugal, just to name a few, are divided into four groups. The beginning of the tournament begins with the teams playing within their own groups with each team playing three games. The winners of each group then advance to play the winners of the other group before heading to the semi-finals and then the championship game. This year, the hosting countries of UEFA Euro 2012 are Poland and the Ukraine and all of the games are played at the eight designated stadiums in these countries, four stadiums in each, making UEFA travel deals relatively easy to find.
Each UEFA tournament attracts thousands of spectators from around Europe and also around the world. UEFA flight tickets can be readily available if those who wish to travel to Poland or the Ukraine plan their travels in advance, the same goes for tickets for each of the games. The month of June marks the beginning of peak tourist season for both of these European countries which means that there is a large crowd who are searching for travel deals but not necessarily for the UEFA tournament. Despite the influx of visitors, those who are wish to attend the UEFA Euro 2012 will find that they plenty of options for transportation and accommodation.
Those looking to secure cheap flights for UEFA should research the most affordable airports in both the Ukraine and Poland. The stadiums in the Ukraine are located in Donetsk, Kharkiv, Kyiv and Lviv. The Donetsk International Airport offers regular services to other European destinations as well as daily flights to Kyiv. Visitors who choose to go through this airport will be pleased with the public transportation connection to the city and the stadium. The Kharkiv Osnova International Airport is also on the smaller side but provides services to various European destinations. There is also a main train station that has regular links with Donetsk, Kyiv and Lviv.
Those who wish to attend a game in Poland will be able to find a variety of UEFA flight tickets to the airports that service the four stadiums in Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw. The Lech Walesa Airport just outside of Gdansk has regular connections to major European cities, including Warsaw and also has a main train station that has connections to the other three UEFA venues in Poland. The Warsaw-Fryderyk Chopin Airport is also a good airport choice as the main train station here, the Warszawa Centralna, has direct daily services to all other stadiums in Poland as well as an integrated public transport system.