They say it's never too late if that is good, or in this case, if you've run out tickets in March for Euro 2012 yet it is not lost if you want to go to Poland. And is that, after watching the first game of “red”, Who do not feel like joining the ambientazo that always follows our selection?
Poland has set up a web page Travel to Euro, with extensive information about the country and the cities where matches will be: Warsaw, Gdansk, S Wroclaw Poznan. Among other things, help you find accommodation, train schedules and even lets you download brochures about the country in PDF.
Ukraine, meanwhile, It has also opened a web, but only in English. It provides information on how to get the country, find accommodation and restaurants and a host of useful information for traveling to Euro (Recommend to what you carry in your bag). The matches will take place in Kiev, Kharkiv, Donieck y Lvov.
UEFA has also created a ticketing portal that remain open throughout the tournament. Cheapest Tickets cost 30 euros and go up to more expensive 600. The bad part is that they make deliveries, but you have to collect the tickets directly at the box office at the stadium where the match is held. Another option is to spend a fortune and go with an organized tour as offered by the The Daily, or attempt to buy a ticket resale (there are up on Ebay).
As you see, if you can afford it, no excuses not to go this year Euro. Y si no, we can always watch the games on TV, the bar scene is not so bad, Huh? In addition, several companies have already released their ads for “promote Spanish spirit”, by it were I leave you with my favorite, the Cruzcampo, y su making of: