For those of us who are sport-mad, this year is a good time to indulge in our passions as it seems just as one sporting event finishes up another begins. Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’ll be aware that the Euros are well underway, and in a matter of weeks we’ll see the beginning of the Tour de France, followed by the Olympics. While watching these events on television is all well and good, you don’t get quite the same atmosphere and buzz you would by attending them in the flesh; that’s why our latest infographic explores the cheapest way you could find yourself at some of the biggest sporting events of the year.

Unsurprisingly, the most expensive event to travel to from London would be the Rio Olympics, with a return flight setting you back over £2,000. However, it might come as a surprise to find out the cheapest tickets to the Olympics opening ceremony when first released cost less than £40, while to attend the Euro 2016 final you’d be looking to pay a minimum of £691! Our infographic delves into the vastly varying costs to fans attending everything from the US Open to the Asian Beach Games. Plus, let’s not forget the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix which takes place this November, which you can attend for £1,195 including return flights, accommodation and 2-day Grand Stand tickets to the event exclusively through Fly Abu Dhabi. Discover what a great deal this is through our infographic below!

The Cheapest Way to Travel to Sporting Events