30th - 3rd June 2019
The time has arrived... Get to the pick-up point around 30 minutes before departure, make sure you have your e-ticket and meet the coach. Make sure you have packed everything you need; remember the lucky scarf, giant flag, and most importantly your colours. Remember as this is a football coach it is illegal to consume alcohol on board so no alcohol will be allowed to be taken onto the coach. Outgoing Top Tip - Make sure you have fully charged your mobile and have a charger bank or two for the journey as your going to want to stay up to date with all the Spurs news.
We are traveling overnight so get comfy. We do recommend you bring a pillow for the journey, trust us we have been doing coach travel for over 20 years and it helps to make the journey comfier. Another top tip... stock up on refreshments on the ferry as we are traveling through the night.
Welcome to Madrid!! We have arrived at the hotel, check-in isn't until 14:00 so drop your bags off and find somewhere for breakfast.
Check-in is at 14:00 so meet our reps back at the hotel and they will help you to get checked in. Get yourselves freshened up before making your own way into Madrid to sample the atmosphere and build up to what could be one of the greatest weekends of your life.. one of those.. 'I was there' moments!
Matchday is here! The nerves have kicked in, you have the strange feeling in your stomach that only a football fan will understand. Make the most of the breakfast on offer in the hotel before making your own way into Madrid. Arrive into Madrid early and sample the atmosphere, as thousands of Spurs fans descend on the city!
The coach leaves at 09:00 so make sure you are up for breakfast. The reps will meet you to help you board the coach. Your either down and disappointed or still buzzing from the night before.. either way, get settled back onto the coach for the journey home.
We have arrived back to the UK. It's time to upload your pictures to Facebook and Instagram to show everyone that you were in Madrid the night Spurs won the Champions League for the first time.
4-8 Per room
A 3* hotel based on the outskirts of Madrid with fantastic transport links meaning that central Madrid is only a stone's throw away by metro, with direct services to Atocha, Sol or Chamartin Train Station.
For those of you lucky enough to secure match tickets the Wanda Metropolitano Stadium is easily accessible and for those of you without tickets, you are sure to find somewhere to watch the game in Madrid.
Offering a mix of double and twin rooms all come with air-conditioning and tiled floors and a flat-screen TV, the private bathroom comes with hairdryer and toiletries so that is one less thing to pack.
*Please be aware this package does not include match tickets or transfers to the stadium*