Tromso (Norway) - 23-25th March 2018
We offer our squash players a unique squash experience in the north of Norway! Tromsø is ideal for seeing the northern lights and has a modern mix of outdoor activities, a vibrant nightlife, and places to eat local food. In this modern city in the Arctic, nature and culture go hand in hand. Tromsø has many activities on offer, from an aquarium and several quality museums to the world’s northernmost botanical garden. The city is also a popular place to observe the majestic phenomenon of the northern light. For the outdoor enthusiasts, Tromsø city centre is conveniently located just around the corner from seemingly untouched wilderness, which offers many opportunities for activities such as hiking, fishing, kayaking, dog sledding and whale safaris. The city is known for its lively night scene and a range of restaurants specialising in the fresh ingredients of the Arctic. Hence its nickname: “Gateway to the Arctic”. The new squash club in Tromsø has very quality squash courts. The hospitality of the local squash players is great!
Oslo (Norway) - 26-28th March 2018
Surrounded by mountains and the sea, this compact, cultured, caring and fun city is Europe's fastest-growing capital, with a palpable sense of reinvention. Explore one of its many museums, get to know its booming contemporary-art scene at one of its commercial galleries or just marvel at the work of its architects. Oslo's skyline might be crowded by cranes but this rapidly growing urban metropolis is also one of the world’s most overwhelmingly green cities. The city is blessed with a large number of bucolic parks. We offer a very good camp in a very nice Squash Club Lysaker, in an international environment. It´s unique opportunity!
Milano Squash Camp (Italy) – 13-15th April 2018.
Milan is Italy’s city of the future, a fast-paced metropolis where creativity is big business, looking good is compulsory and after-work drinks are an art form. Milan has an ancient and fascinating cultural history. In short, Milan is so much more than the puritanically work-obsessed city it is often portrayed as. Milan is home to all the major design showrooms and an endless round of trade fairs. And it’s not just insiders who have all the fun. Milanese fashion houses have branched out into spas, bars, hotels, galleries and restaurants. Join us! Amazing squash club, good accommodation facilities, friendly and professional environment!
Biel-Bienne (Switzerland) - 11-13th May 2018.
For many Swiss, Biel-Bienne is simply a place to change trains, but for visitors it's a beautiful, compact, lakefront town offering distant views of the Alps and a delightfully slow pace away from the tourist crowds. It's worth a visit to perhaps take a swim in the Bielersee, have a tipple in the surrounding vineyards and explore the 'Ring', its well preserved Old Town with its many fascinating stories. If you're planning to explore Drei-Seen-Land and the Jura, Biel-Bienne makes a great central base. We offer a camp with very good sport facilities in a warm squash environtment!.
Cluj Napoca (Romania) – 25-27th May 2018.
After the first edition, we are very proud a competitive quality camp in a very good squash club with new 4 squash courts. We were very surprise with the level of the Romanian players.
Cafes, music festivals and vigorous nightlife are the soul of Cluj-Napoca, Romania's second-largest city. With increasing flight links to European cities, Cluj is welcoming more and more travellers, who usually shoot off to the Apuseni Mountains, Maramureş or more popular towns in southern Transylvania. But once arrived, first-time visitors inevitably lament their failure to allow enough time in Cluj. Don’t make the same mistake. Start with the architecture, ranging from Romania’s second-largest Gothic church to baroque buildings and medieval towers. Dip into galleries and gardens. And allow at least one lazy morning to recover from Cluj’s fiery nightlife. The city, teeming with students and artists, is by turns bookish and bawdy – intrigue is guaranteed.
Copenhaguen (Denmark) – 24-26th August 2018. (3th Edition)
Worldenjoyer will organize the Third edition in the amazing Copenhague. Copenhagen is the epitome of Scandi cool. Modernist lamps light New Nordic tables, bridges buzz with cycling commuters and eye-candy locals dive into pristine waterways. In little over a decade, Copenhagen has gone from dining dowager to culinary powerhouse. The hometown of architect Jan Gehl – one of the world's leading authorities on sustainable urban planning – the Danish capital regularly tops world liveability lists. From Viking treasures in a former prince's palace to iconic Danish chairs in a one-time baroque hospital, Copenhagen's cultural offerings are rich and eclectic. Snoop around royal palaces crammed with blue-blood jewels and art, muse on the world's largest collection of Danish Golden Age paintings, or get up close and personal with the finest booty of ancient Egyptian sculpture in northern Europe. And did we mention Scandinavia's largest collection of Islamic art, tucked away in a collector's neoclassical mansion? The weather may be a little unpredictable, but with so many indoor marvels, who's complaining?
Moscow (Rusia) – 14/16th September 2018. (2th Edition)
One of the most exciting squash experiences in Worldenjoyer! Beautiful squash club with new courts in the capital of Rusia.
During any season, at any hour of the day, Moscow thrills visitors with its artistry, history and majesty. The very founding site of the city (and arguably, the country), the Kremlin and Red Square are still at the heart of Moscow – historically, geographically and spiritually. Feel the weight of this significance as you wander within the walls of the ancient fortress, marvel at the mind-boggling magnificence of St Basil's Cathedral and pay your respects to the revered leader of a now-defunct state. Moscow will move you. It will tantalise your senses, soothe your spirit and boggle your mind – and it all starts right here at the Kremlin and Red Square. The remains of the Soviet state are scattered all around the city. Monuments remember fallen heroes and victorious battles, while museums attempt to analyse and synthesise the past. See Lenin and Stalin – off their pedestals – at the whimsical Art Muzeon. Step into the socialist-realist fantasy at VDNKh. Descend into the depths of the Soviet system at Bunker-42 Cold War Museum. Ride the museum-like metro and remember the millions who suffered at the Gulag History Museum. Nowadays, retro clubs and cafes give their guests a taste of the Soviet experience. You can even try your hand at Soviet-era arcade games.
Fontainebleau (France) – 21/23th September 2018. (4th Edition)
It´s a honour and we feel very proud to organize the 4th edition of Squash Camp in Fontainebleau. The hospitality of the squash club and the French squash local players is amazing! .
Fresh air fills your lungs on arriving in the smart town of Fontainebleau. It’s enveloped by the 200-sq-km Forêt de Fontainebleau, which is as big a playground today as it was in the 16th century, with superb walking and rock-climbing opportunities. The town grew up around its magnificent château, one of the most beautifully decorated and furnished in France. Although it’s less crowded and pressured than Versailles, exploring it can still take the best part of a day. You’ll also find a cosmopolitan drinking and dining scene, thanks to the town’s lifeblood, the international graduate business school INSEAD.
Bodo (Norway) - 12/14th October 2018. (2th Edition)
Worldenjoyer will organize the 2th edition in an emerging city: Bodø, the northernmost point of the staggeringly beautiful Kystriksveien Coastal Route and 63km west of Fauske on the Arctic Highway, is the gateway to Norway's true north. It's also the northern terminus of Norway's railway system and a jumping-off point for the Lofoten Islands.
The town centre, rebuilt after being almost completely levelled by WWII bombing, is unexciting architecturally. The city's main charm lies in its backdrop of distant rugged peaks and vast skies. Dramatic islands that support the world's densest concentration of white-tailed sea eagles – not for nothing is Bodø known as the Sea Eagle Capital – dot the seas to the north. 5 glass squash courts are waiting us!
Interlaken (Switzerland) – 19/21 October 2018. (2th Edition)
After the first and successful first experience, We are ready for the second edition! Once Interlaken made the Victorians swoon with mountain vistas from the chandelier-lit confines of grand hotels; today it makes daredevils scream with adrenaline-loaded activities. Straddling the glacier-fed Lakes Thun and Brienz and capped by the pearly white peaks of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, the town is the gateway to Switzerland's fabled Jungfrau region and the country's hottest adventure destination bar none. If the touristy town itself leaves you cold, the mountains on its doorstep will blow your mind, particularly if you’re abseiling waterfalls, thrashing white water or gliding soundlessly above 4000m summits.
Lodz (Poland) - 2/4th November 2018. (2th Edition)
Worldenjoyer will organize the second edition of Lodz Squash Camp in 6 squash courts club. Poland's third-largest city grew fabulously wealthy in the 19th century on the backs of its massive textile mills – and on the labour of the thousands of workers who toiled inside them. But Łódź is not just a story of decline, but one of rebirth. In recent years, millions of euros have been poured into the city in an effort to spur one of the country's biggest renovation efforts. The investments have led to the rejuvenation of ul Piotrkowska, the main pedestrian thoroughfare, and to the creation of malls and business centres within the decaying husks of old industrial complexes. The city has come a long way, but there's more distance to cover – and this mix of renewal and decay is one of the things that makes it a fascinating place to visit. Łódź's other famous industry is movie-making.
Dublin (Ireland) – 27-29th December 2018.
Worldenjoyer will organize the second edition of Squash Camp in Dublin (Ireland). A small capital with a huge reputation. Dublin has been in the news since the 9th century, and while traces of its Viking past have been largely washed away, the city is a living museum of its history since then, with medieval castles and cathedrals on display alongside the architectural splendours of its 18th-century heyday, when Dublin was the most handsome Georgian city of the British Empire and a fine reflection of the aspirations of its most privileged citizens. For as long as it's been around, Dublin has looked beyond Irish shores for inspiration. Once the second city of the (British) empire, Dublin has always maintained a pretty cosmopolitan outlook and in the last two decades has conspicuously embraced diversity and multiculturalism.