Our Countries

Morocco, Portugal and Spain are three diverse countries, combined by a love of football and welcoming environment for fans from across the world. Read more about our beautiful countries – and what fans will be able to see and do during the FIFA World Cup 2030.

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Morocco is an enchanting destination that always offers something for everyone.

As a diverse and multicultural country – at the crossroads between African, Arab and European influences - Morocco offers a rich and vibrant heritage that blends history with modernity. Lively cities, picturesque villages and natural wonders are all enriched by countless historical landmarks.

Morocco is a feast for the senses: from the vibrant colors of spices to the rich flavors of Moroccan gastronomy and the display of centuries-old craftsmanship. The imperial cities of Rabat, Marrakesh, Fez and Meknes and their medinas transport visitors back in time as they discover well-preserved medieval architectural gems and wander through these protected UNESCO World Heritage sites. Moments of relaxation from the bustling streets can be found in hammams or Moroccan gardens, while local festivals and celebrations showcase the nation’s vibrant culture.

Meanwhile, the country’s breathtaking natural landscape has much to offer, from the vastness of the desert dunes to the sheer beauty of the beaches and majestic Atlas Mountains. The country is a playground for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike. Morocco’s extraordinary geographical diversity offers countless opportunities for exploration and a wide range of sporting activities, including water sports, hiking and golf.

Above all, Moroccans are known for their warm hospitality and authentic art of living. The Mediterranean vibes, enchanting charms, and welcoming people are all reasons why Morocco stands out as one of the main tourist destinations in Africa, inviting travelers to uncover a mosaic of culture, history and nature.

Morocco promises an unforgettable journey filled with diverse experiences and memories of a lifetime.

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Sintra, Portugal
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Portugal offers visitors a captivating blend of rich history, stunning landscapes, and vibrant culture – all in a compact country easy to get around.

Among Portugal’s standout attractions are its two biggest cities, Lisbon and Porto. Nestled along the Tagus River, Lisbon boasts an enchanting mix of architectural wonders, including the UNESCO-listed Jerónimos Monastery and Belém Tower. Visitors can stroll through the charming streets of the Alfama district, where narrow alleyways combine with the sound of traditional Fado music. Meanwhile, the nearby city of Sintra enchants visitors with its fairytale-like palaces and forested hills, particularly the attractive Pena Palace.

Porto, located along the Douro River, impresses with its picturesque riverside views, colourful Ribeira district, and the renowned Dom Luís I Bridge. It's also the heart of Portugal's port wine production, inviting visitors to tour historic cellars and savour exquisite vintages. Portugal also boasts an equally enticing culinary scene, with delectable seafood dishes, pastries such as the iconic Pastéis de Nata, and thriving food market culture.

Portugal's coastline of 1,794 kilometres is another highlight that draws visitors from across the world. The Algarve, in particular, offers world-famous beaches, dramatic sea cliffs, and crystal-clear waters. There is something for everyone, whether it be exploring unique fishing villages like Lagos and Albufeira, embarking on boat tours to discover hidden caves or simply a relaxing beach day.

Portugal is among the top-ten most visited countries in Europe, welcoming over 22 million people each year. Visitors can be ensured a friendly, welcoming atmosphere in this football-mad region of the world.

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Cathedral, Spain
Andalusia, Spain

Spain is a vibrant and modern country with thousands of years of history, culture and natural wonders, combined with an intense social life.

Spain's diverse landscapes offer a wide range of experiences, appealing to every type of traveler. From the snowy Pyrenees to the sun-drenched beaches of Costa Brava or the Balearic Islands, the natural paradise of the Canary Islands, the historic Camino de Santiago, or the lively streets of Barcelona, Madrid and Seville, Spain's multifaceted charm makes it one of the most visited countries in the world every year.  
Spain stands out as a cultural and culinary gem, with its cuisine often considered among the world's best, currently the fifth country in the world with the most Michelin-starred chefs. From the iconic paella and tapas to the sweetness of “churros con chocolate” and the famous “jamón ibérico”, Spanish food is internationally acclaimed. And so is its wine, with regions like La Rioja or Ribera del Duero producing some of the finest wines worldwide.   
Architectural wonders such as Antoni Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, the historic La Alhambra in Granada, Altamira Cave, one of the greatest examples of Palaeolithic cave art, or the Roman Aqueduct of Segovia (all of them are among its World Heritage Sites) offer a glimpse into Spain’s rich history and cultural influence.  
The country's artistic heritage is equally impressive, with museums featuring the masterpieces of renowned artists like Velázquez, Goya, Pablo Picasso or Salvador Dalí. Additionally, the passionate and emotive art of flamenco, which blends music and dance, represents the vibrant cultural spirit of Spain. 
If all this is showcased against the backdrop of over 3000 hours of sunshine annually and nearly 5000 kilometres of coastline, it's easy to understand why traveling to Spain captivates visitors, leaving them wanting more and dreaming of coming back.

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