Includes event with Jonny Wilkinson

Quarter-final to final

Quarter-finals to final (Full Travel Package) - Flight - 16 Nights - Tour JF - JW

16 Nights - Visiting Marseille, Nice, Paris and Bordeaux

/ Quarter-final 1 and 3, semi-final 1 and 2, bronze final and final / ATOL Protected
Price From: £10,995pp
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16 Nights - Visiting Marseille, Nice, Paris and Bordeaux

Quarter-final 1 and 3, semi-final 1 and 2, bronze final and final ATOL Protected
Price From: £10,995pp
Call to Book - 0344 788 5000

Package summary

A whacking great beauty of a rugby experience that is just perfect for fans who want a longer stay in France.

Over 16 nights and four locations, you will see six epic matches and be guaranteed to see the winners crowned Champions. From quarter-finals 1 and 3 in Marseille followed by the chance to explore Nice, this gets off to a great start on the French Riviera before you head to Paris for both semi-finals, bronze final and the final. Between the semis and the final, you will head to the famous wine region of Bordeaux to crown a memorable trip.

Package features

  • Guaranteed and Official match tickets to six matches
  • Bronze final England Rugby House with Jonny Wilkinson
  • Exclusive invitation to six special events
  • Hand-picked accommodation across a range of properties
  • Return international flights and internal airport transfers
  • Experienced support staff
  • Bonded by ABTA - Travel with confidence
  • Visit Marseille, Nice, Paris and Bordeaux

The matches included

Quarter-final 1 - Stade Vélodrome - Saturday 14 October 2023
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 bronze final England Rugby House with Jonny Wilkinson

The most iconic name in English Rugby, a genius, a legend: Jonny Wilkinson will join us at Rugby World Cup France 2023.

An England Rugby House exclusive, Jonny will join us for an intimate look at his life in rugby and you can be a part of it with us.

A unique evening of entertainment, stories and insight from the man who dropped for gold against Australia in 2003, hear how Jonny helped England rule the world at our one-off England Rugby House event.

The matches included

Semi-final 1 - Stade de France - Friday 20 October 2023
Semi-final 2 - Stade de France - Saturday 21 October 2023

It’s within touching distance. The greatest game in rugby is only 80 minutes away and the eyes of the world will be on both semi-finals.

In 2019, there were two contrasting games. In the first, England produced their most memorable performance under Eddie Jones to defeat New Zealand and in the second, South Africa’s expertise, muscle and game-plan strangled Wales.

Two great teams will be heading out of the tournament – the question is, who will be left standing?

The matches included

Bronze final - Stade de France - Friday 27 October 2023
Final - Stade de France - Saturday 28 October 2023

Over 160 minutes of rugby, you will see the best four teams in the world whittled down to one champion.

In 2019 the bronze final was contested between mighty New Zealand and wonderful Wales before South Africa and England collided in an epic final in Yokohama.

The atmosphere, the intensity, the spectacle, the expectation – rugby occasions don’t get any bigger or more emotional and your place at both games is guaranteed. Paris is a fitting back-drop – it is a city steeped in rugby history and culture and you can guarantee the Stade de France will be at its exhilarating best and you will be there too.

Exclusive England Rugby Travel special event - Quarter-finals

It’s now when the best eight teams in the world collide in the knockout phases.

At quarter-final time, our special event programme will be back in south of France to bring fans an unrivalled experience. Whether it’s quality analysis from a former legend, a great story from a past winner or simply the chance to enjoy mingling with fellow fans, this is not to be missed. It will be epic.

Two exclusive England Rugby Travel special events - Semi-finals

Two events, one on each matchdays, is a great way to gear up for a semi-final showdown.

Paris will be abuzz with excitement, expectation and atmosphere and our special event programme will only add to the build up. If it’s about bringing the tournament to life, unearthing those anecdotal gems, getting a shirt signed by a rugby great or simply the chance to relax ahead of the big matches, our events make it all possible.

Two exclusive England Rugby Travel special events - Finals

Want to know how the final will be won? Want to hear from the men who have lifted that priceless gold trophy, who have been there and done it?

Well, with two events, one on the matchday you are in the right place to get beneath the skin and right to the beating heart of the tournament. Hear how glory is possible, what it means and how the prize is cherished.

Our special event programme is unrivalled for bringing the tournament, its legends and biggest names to life and with refreshments and entertainment, this is the perfect build up to the showpiece finale.


France’s second biggest city and largest port is a really intriguing place in which to spend a few days. You can eat well in any French city, but Marseille's location, peering south across the water towards Morocco and Algeria, means that you can find a discernible North African influence to its cuisine.

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.


When it comes to destinations for long weekends and rugby-related trips during Rugby World Cup, it is hard to think that any city (with perhaps the exception of Paris) will be more in demand than this sparkling jewel of the Cote d'Azur.

The seafront is the main focus, of course. The Promenade des Anglais runs alongside the Mediterranean for four miles but the city caters to all sorts. The narrow streets behind Plage des Ponchettes – Rue du Moulin, Rue du Pontin, Rue de l’Abbaye – are filled with bars which deal more in beers than bottles of something vintage. This is also the “old town”, where the Baroque Cathédrale Sainte-Réparate holds pride of position on Place Rossetti, and the Marché Aux Fleurs Cours Saleya (market) sells local produce. From here, it’s a short walk up the Colline du Chateau (Castle Hill), where the remnants of the city’s medieval fortress look down on the beaches.


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.


Few places – anywhere on the planet – are as closely associated with one particular drink as France’s sophisticated sentry of the Atlantic coast. For many of us, Bordeaux is red wine, and red wine is Bordeaux. Of course, there is much more to what is the historic capital of the Aquitaine region than vineyards and viticulture – this is an attractive city, pinned to the banks of the Garonne, just below where it merges with the River Dordogne to form the Gironde estuary.

It has epic churches, great restaurants and – not too far away – lovely beaches. But if quality claret is something which appeals, then Bordeaux can be only, and all, about its most celebrated product. Pass a glass; leave the bottle on the table.

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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