Quarter-finals (Full Travel Package) - Flight - 4 Nights
4 Nights - Visiting Marseille/ Quarter-final 1 and quarter-final 3 / ATOL Protected
The Stade Vélodrome was the scene of one of England’s greatest Rugby World Cup performances in 2007 when they knocked out Australia and will be buzzing again for quarter-finals 1 and 3 in 2023.
With a four-night break for the games, this has a spot of the very special about it.
A great option if you want the time and space for an extra croissant or relaxing beer, this package includes your return international flights, hotel accommodation and of course your official match tickets.
- Guaranteed and Official match tickets to two matches
- Hand-picked accommodation across a range of properties
- Official England Rugby World Cup shirt
- Experienced support staff
- Exclusive invitation to England Rugby House
- Bonded by ABTA - Travel with confidence
- Investing back into the game
- Visit Marseille
- Return international flights and internal airport transfers
The matches included
Quarter-final 3 - Stade Vélodrome - Sunday 15 October 2023
This is where England will hope to be – group winners and on course to maximise their chances in the knockout stages.
The sparring has been done, it’s now down to the serious stuff. The best eight teams in the world will come together, with a place in the last four at stake, which means one moment of brilliance or one mistake could be fatal.
In 2019, England put Australia to the sword in Oita and that momentum propelled them all the way to the final, what will be in store this time?
Exclusive invitation to England Rugby House
We are changing our styles and experiences. Yes, it’s all about the rugby and making great friendships but it’s more than that too. It’s about fantastic entertainment with recognised stars, it’s about your involvement and about creating something you will never forget.
England Rugby House will be at the very centre of your rugby weekend and we promise it will be a spectacular show, where stories will be shared and lifetime memories made.
Inevitably, you can dine well on seafood too, in the restaurants laced around the Vieux Port (Old Port) – the thick fish stew that is bouillabaisse originated in the city and is very much a speciality. There are plenty of bars for a drink too – particularly on Place Jean Jaures, where the evening runs on late. Out in the bay, Chateau D'If is just as dramatic and the Cathedral (Cathedrale Sainte-Marie-Majeure) is one of France’s most beautiful.
Hand-picked accommodation across a range of properties
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.