ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 venues list and nearest places to visit
ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 is scheduled to start on February 2011 in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. Total 49 ODIs will be held in 13 different venues in these three Asia subcontinent countries. This Gigantic Cricket event is being much awaited especially by the cricket world. All the venues are getting up to welcome event and host the matches. Unlike the previous Participating World cups 14 teams will compete against each other in two groups to win the prestigious World Cup. People rushing to the various venues are expected to visit the nearest places of interest. You can utilize this resource to know about the nearest sightseeing places and hotels of different ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 venues.
Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka
In Dhaka, the matches will be held at Shere Bangla National Stadium. Located at Mirpur, the stadium was set up in the year 2006 and has a capacity to accommodate 25, 000 spectators.
Holiday destinations close to Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka
Hotels in Dhaka Shere Bangla National Stadium
Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk Stadium,Chennai
In Chennai India, the matches will be held at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk. It has a capacity to accommodate 50, 000 spectators.
Holiday destinations in Chennai
Hotels in Chennai Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk Stadium
Hambantota Mahinda Rajapaksa International Criclet Stadium at Sooriyawewa
In Hambantota, Mahinda Rajapaksa International Criclet Stadium at Sooriyawewa will host the cricket matches. Established in the year 2009, it can accommodate as many as 35, 000 spectators.
Holiday destinations in Hambantota
Hotels in Hambantota
Sardar Patel Stadium at Motera Ahmedabad
In Ahmedabad, the cricket matches of World Cup 2011 will be held at Sardar Patel Stadium at Motera. Established in the year 1982, as many as 54, 000 spectators can enjoy a match at any given point of time.
Holiday getaways in Ahmedabad, Sardar Patel Stadium at Motera
Hotels in Ahmedabad
Vidarbha C.A Ground, Nagpur
The matches in Nagpur will be held at Vidarbha C.A Ground. It has a capacity to hold 40, 000 onlookers.
Tourist places in Nagpur Vidarbha C.A Ground
Hotels to stay near Nagpur
Feroz Shah Kotla, stadium, New Delhi
Feroz Shah Kotla is the venue for the matches that will be held in New Delhi. The stadium first started hosting matches in the year 1883.
Tourist destinations in New Delhi Feroz Shah Kotla, stadium
Hotels in New Delhi
R.Premadasa Khettarama Stadium Colombo
In Colombo, the matches will be held on the grounds of R.Premadasa Khettarama Stadium. It was established in the year 1986 and can accommodate 35, 000 spectators.
Tourist attractions in R.Premadasa Khettarama Stadium Colombo
Hotels in Colombo near R.Premadasa Khettarama Stadium
Bangalore M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium is the venue for the cricket matches that will be held for World Cup (ICC) 2011 in Bangalore. The stadium was established in 1969 and can accommodate 40, 000 visitors.
Holiday destinations in Bangalore M.Chinnaswamy Stadium
Hotels in Bangalore
Punjab C.A Stadium, Mohali
Established in the year 1993, the World Cup cricket matches in 2011 in Mohali will take place at Punjab C.A Stadium.
Tourist attractions near Punjab C.A Stadium, Mohali
Hotels in Mohali
Eden Gardens, Kolkata
Eden Gardens is the venue for the cricket matches in Kolkata. With a capacity to hold 90, 000 spectators, the stadium is open to cricket players and cricket lovers since 1864.
Sightseeing places in Kolkata
Hotels in Kolkata
Pallekelle International Cricket Stadium
Pallekelle International Cricket Stadium is the venue for the World Cup cricket matches. It was set up in 2009 and capacity is 35, 000 onlookers.
Tourist spots near Pallekelle
Hotels in Pallekelle
Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium Chittagong
In Chittagong the matches will be held at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
Tourist attractions in Chittagong
Hotels in Chittagong
Wankhede Stadium Mumbai
In Mumbai the matches will be held at Wankhede Stadium. Set up in the year 1974, it has a capacity to accommodate 45, 000 spectators.
Holiday getaways in Mumbai
Hotels in Mumbai
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