Europa League: Rough guide to Valencia, St Gallen and Krasnodar
Swansea City have been drawn against Valencia in the group stages of the Europa League, while they also face Russian outfit Kuban Krasnoder and Swiss side St Gallen.
Here's a rough guide for travelling Swans fans.
Distance from Swansea: 1,329 miles.
Pint of beer: Around 4 Euros (£3.42).
Spain’s third largest city (and home to one of their most famous football teams), Valencia is a major attraction for holiday makers and culture vultures alike.
Things to see: El Mercado Central. The city’s market is one of the oldest in all of Europe, as is very popular with locals and tourists.
La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias: The centre for arts and sciences is one of the most iconic area of the city.
One of the most important attractions in the city, the entertainment and cultural complex houses a cinema, a science museum, and an open air oceanographic park.
La Plaza de la Virgin: The plaza is major gathering point for festivals in the city including the famous festival of Fallas which take place in March.
Sites around the plaza include the Church of St Joseph and the Roman Museum.
Distance from Swansea: 2,451 miles.
Pint of beer: Around 50 Roubles (97p).
Founded in 1794 and located on the Kuban River,Krasnodar is the administrative centre of Krasnodar Krai.
During the Second World War, it was occupied by Nazi forces between August 1942 and February 1943 and sustained heavy damage.
Things to see: The Steel lattice hyperboloid tower built by Russian engineer and scientist Vladimir Shukhov in 1928.
St. Catherine's Cathedral: Now 100-years-old the cathedral is the centre of the city’s religious life and is one of the largest church’s in Russia. It took 14 years to construct.
The Krasnodar Philharmonic Society concert hall: One of the major attractions in southern Russia, the 73-year-old society and its concert hall provide a cultural highlight of the city.
Distance from Swansea: 869 miles.
Pint of beer: Around 6 Swiss Francs (£4).
One of the major cities in eastern Switzerland, St Gallen situated between Lake Constance and the mountains of the Appenzell Alps, meaning it is the ideal spot to explore the area’s countryside and mountains.
Things to see: The major attraction in the city is the abbey of St Gall.
A UNESCO world heritage site, the abbey dates back to the 700s and contains a renowned library with books dating back to the 9th century.
As well as the abbey, there are a further 28 sites in St Gallen which are listed as Swiss heritage sites of national significance, including another three religious buildings and six museums.
The Art and National History Museum are well known, as is the beer bottle museum, which is located at the Schutzengarten brewery — the oldest in Switzerland.