Lacrosse tours to Germany

Find superb facilities and organisation, plus dedicated players in Germany’s historic cities.

Germany has become a major focus of Lacrosse tours, with the world championships held in Hanover. Sharpen your team’s skills with well-matched fixtures against highly competitive opponents.

Typical tour inclusions:

  • Well-matched fixtures
  • Accommodation
  • Travel and ground transportation
  • Your choice of excursions
  • Free staff places
  • Your own Tour Co-ordinator
  • 24-hour support
  • Optional branded tour kit
Typical prices range from
£250 - £1,100 Per person or call

Rendcomb College School’s itinerary

“Drew one match and won three but not by much – those fixtures could have gone either way. Absolutely perfect on that front!”
Rendcomb College
Tours take in the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin’s most iconic landmark.

Tours take in the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin’s most iconic landmark. 

This tour included:

  • 5 nights 
  • Half and full-board accommodation
  • 18 party members 
  • 2 free places
  • 1 training session
  • 4 fixtures
  • Coach, taxes and transfers
  • Excursions including tour of Hamburg

Typically this tour would cost

573.00 Per person

Prices will differ depending on touring party size, number of free places and selection of excursions.

1

Travel to Hanover via coach and ferry. Check into accommodation for five nights.

2

Breakfast at hotel and then transfer to play 1st match. Dinner at accommodation.

3

Morning training session, lunch at accommodation, free time, then play 2nd match early evening. Post match social.

4

Free morning, then half-day tour of Hamburg. Play 3rd match.

5

Free morning, lunch then play final match. Return to Hanover.

6

Coach transfer to Calais for ferry crossing. Arrive home early evening.

Why we love Germany

Ground Agent (Germany)

"The main thing Germany has to offer is variety – this can be in terms of culture, landscape, food, mentality and accents or dialects."

Matthew Clayton, Ground Liaison Officer (Germany)

 

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