Three matches included

Pool phase

Pool phase (Full Travel Package) - 9 Nights - Tour BI

9 Nights - Visiting Antibes, Paris and Lille

/ Three matches included / ATOL Protected
Price From: £4,395pp

9 Nights - Visiting Antibes, Paris and Lille

Three matches included ATOL Protected
Price From: £4,395pp

Package summary

A nine-night, three game blast across France that will guarantee your place at the real essence of the tournament.

With three different locations to soak up the magic of France, this is truly a fantastic way to be part of the atmosphere at rugby's biggest party.

Package features

  • Guaranteed and Official match tickets to three matches
  • Hand-picked accommodation across a range of properties
  • Official England Rugby World Cup shirt
  • Outbound International flight, Return Eurostar and internal airport/station transfers
  • Experienced support staff
  • Bonded by ABTA - Travel with confidence
  • Investing back into the game
  • Visiting Antibes, Paris and Lille
  • Invitation to exclusive England Rugby Travel Special Event

England v Japan - Stade de Nice, Nice - Sunday 17 September 2023

This contest really is one for the rugby connoisseur. There are so many plot lines and so many twists to this occasion it could fill an Agatha Christie novel.

England’s head coach Eddie Jones will come up against the team he used to coach. It will be their first ever meeting at a Rugby World Cup and is likely to be one of the most watchable matches of the pool phase.

There is no doubt England will be favourites but this could be a mini classic of its time.

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.

Wales v Final qualifier winner - Stade de Nice - Saturday 16 September 2023

Nice will be the venue for this enthralling pool phase contest between Wales and the final qualifier winner.

No other team in the world is backed by such fervent, knowledgeable and passionate fans and red shirts will be everywhere as Wales take a next step towards the knockout stages.

Wales, one of the greatest rugby nations in the world, will rightly fancy their chances of going deep into the tournament and you will be there to see it.


With its port, 16th-century ramparts and narrow cobblestone streets, it's little wonder that lovely Antibes has stolen the hearts of so many down the years.

Antibes' attractive old town is the highlight beyond the city limits, save some time to explore beautiful Cap d'Antibes, a wooded cape studded with seaside mansions and pretty walking trails.


Paris will always argue (with full justification) that its clichés are better than anywhere else's. True, you have seen them in a thousand images – the gleaming shopping strip of the Champs Elysées, the leafy paths of the Jardin des Tuileries, the Gothic majesty of Notre-Dame (currently under repair after the fire which enveloped it in 2019, but no less incredible under scaffolding), the epic domes of the Sacré-Coeur basilica, on the top of Montmartre. But to head to Paris, and not see them, would be to miss much that makes the city special.

Then there is the Eiffel Tower – which, for all its global fame, more than rewards those who pay it closer attention. The view it offers – from the first and second stages, as well as from the top – is one that is best enjoyed with your own eyes. Paris has it all and this rugby experience will bring it to life


Lille’s comparative smallness makes it a city that is easily digested in the space of a long weekend. 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.

Hand-picked accommodation across a range of properties

We have carefully selected a range of hotels across standard, budget and superior to ensure you have the greatest flexibility and choice when it comes to selecting the package that is right for you.

Our specialists have unrivalled knowledge and experience of rugby weekends in the French capital so we are confident we have an option for every budget and requirement.
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