Kuoni unveils UEFA Euro 2014 plans

Kuoni unveils UEFA Euro 2014 plans

National football teams, UEFA’s commercial partners, broadcast partners, corporate hospitality clients, suppliers, as well as media heading to France for UEFA Euro 2016 can now book accommodation and destination services with Kuoni.

The official accommodation agency has launched a dedicated website to showcase the capabilities of its destination management team and put French accommodation and destination services in each of the ten match destinations front and centre.

Visitors to the website can find tourist information about the ten destinations where matches are taking place – Bordeaux, Lens-Agglo, Lille-Métropole, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Paris, Saint-Denis, Saint-Etienne and Toulouse – alongside contact details for the Kuoni Experts who can help them book it.

The company’s destination specialists are familiar not only with the appeals of top destinations such as Paris or Nice, but also with less familiar parts of France like Lens-Agglo and Saint-Etienne.

At each destination they will seek out the best range of accommodation to keep visitors in peak condition, whether playing or supporting.

Kuoni has a wealth of international experience in sports travel and is a practised provider of travel-related services.

It was the official accommodation agency for UEFA Euro 2008 in Austria and Switzerland.

The company’s sound knowledge of the essential services needed by a UEFA European Football Championship, combined with its local destination expertise has made it a regular partner to UEFA and over 30 leading European football clubs and their official travel agents.

Says Peter Meier, chief executive, Kuoni Group: “Just like UEFA’s passion for football, Kuoni’s passion for travel is unsurpassed.

“We do our utmost to help create perfect moments and treasured memories and UEFA EURO 2016 will be no exception.

“Our local knowledge and longstanding relationships with accommodation providers, attractions and service suppliers will ensure that visitors get a real sense of each destination’s particular history and culture.”