Bubble football in Madrid is pretty weatherproof. A rainy (actually slightly snowy) Saturday in March in Madrid could not burst Freddy’s group’s bubble as they took part in a fairly mad and highly enjoyable Madrid bubble football activity. We picked the guys up outside their hotel near Puerta del Sol in Madrid City centre, and it was a 15 minute minivan ride to the outdoor venue.
Madrid had awoken to snow that morning so we had looked into the possibility of switching the venue to an indoor arena at the last minute. But there was no need when the weather cleared up nicely, and the stag group was well up pressing on. The lads took full advantage and bounced around the pitch in great style.
The stag’s bunny ears made him look quite fetching balanced on top of his bubble (and really, not a bit daft!). Our guide Abigail spoke warmly of the group “They were a happy bunch and well up for laugh”
As well as bubble football this group opted for a package including Madrid beer bike and Club Entry, They opted for Goya Club, one of the rising stars in the Madrid nightlife scene. All in all they enjoyed Madrid to the full, and didn’t let the rather inclement Madrid weather get them down. Not that you’d usually expect it to snow in March in Madrid.
TOP TIP: In fact, a more habitual discomfort of playing bubble football in Madrid is actually the heat (it can be sweltering Madrid in spring and summer). The traditional stag solution (cold beer) works fine, but choosing early evening slots for the activity is another slightly more sensible approach (…you can still have the cold beer). The bubble activity is available all year (but book in advance to avoid disappointment), and you’ll be safe from the elements inside your zorb!
We just could not burst the stag’s bubbles….Fred, Luxembourg, with a 12 man stag do