Estadio Hernando Siles – La Paz (high altitude Football)

I had to see what all the fuss is about. 🙂 No admission fee, you are welcomed with open doors and a warm Bienvenido (the nicest I felt in Bolivia). We could go directly to the pitch (which looks really nice by the way). Personally I can´t imagine playing high intensity football at this altitude … More Estadio Hernando Siles – La Paz (high altitude Football)

El Monumental

Home stadium of the famous Argentinian club River Plate and the home of Argentinian national team. It is the biggest stadium in Argentina.  It was built in 1938 and seen several renovations. Now it has a capacity of 67.664 people. It has no roof, and as a spectator you are a little bit away from … More El Monumental

La Bombonera

It is the home of the legendary Buenos Aires club Boca Juniors. The place has a special feeling. With its steep stands and a very unconventional part that looks like an apartment building it feels like an arena. Here, except for the high fence (Boca fans – La Doce are famous for many things – … More La Bombonera


Who hasn´t heard of Maracanã? It is probably the most famous stadium in the world. It was built for the 1950 World cup. This world cup represented the biggest disappointment in Brazilian football history, because they lost in the final against Uruguay. But the Germans changed that in 2014 World Cup by humiliating the Brazilians … More Maracanã

Rio de Janeiro

Arriving in Rio de Janeiro on a grey rainy day isn’t exactly the Rio one expects. We found our accommodation immediately, although we booked a hostel in a favela with an amazing view over Leblon and Ipanema beach. In hope of better weather we went to sleep. The next day it was the same – … More Rio de Janeiro