Pool phase

England v Americas 2 (Travel & Ticket) - Eurostar - Day Return

Day Return - Visiting Lille

/ England v Americas 2
Price From: £695pp
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Day Return - Visiting Lille

England v Americas 2
Price From: £695pp
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Package summary

If it’s simply about being there, if you don’t have the time to make a weekend of it but still want a memorable Rugby World Cup experience, this is hard to beat. 

There is something special about a train journey and this Eurostar package will whisk you through the French countryside and into Lille in time for kick off. A big game, a big atmosphere and a brilliant way to tick off a bucket-list experience.

Package features

  • Guaranteed and Official match tickets to England v Americas 2
  • £10 England Rugby merchandise voucher
  • Return Eurostar
  • Experienced support staff
  • Bonded by ABTA - Travel with confidence
  • Investing back into the game
  • Visiting Lille

The matches included

England v Americas 2 - Stade Pierre Mauroy - Saturday 23 September 2023

There is no doubt England will be red hot favourites to secure another pool victory in this contest as their march towards the quarter-finals gathers pace.

The beauty of a Rugby World Cup is that these occasions are a once in a lifetime opportunity for players to produce the moment of their life, which is why no match or opponent will be taken lightly.

A fascinating contest between the haves and the have nots – but England will be ruthless in their approach and application.


Lille’s comparative smallness makes it a city that is easily digested. There are excellent places to eat wherever you look in Lille. You can find a good range of “estaminets” (local eateries) on the busy strip of Rue de Gand – while Le Compostelle and Le Barbue D'Anvers, doors apart on Rue Saint-Etienne, are splendid options for something a touch more sophisticated.

As with many French cities, there is a real emphasis on art and culture. The Palais des Beaux-Arts is stuffed with paintings crafted between the 15th and 20th centuries, including pieces by Raphael, Rubens, Rembrandt, Goya and Toulouse-Lautrec. LAM (Lille Museum of Art) takes a more modern approach, with works by Picasso, Miro and Calder.
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