ENGLAND Vs SCOTLAND 2013
England's legendary rivalry with Scotland will light up Twickenham and our official ticket-inclusive travel packages will get you to the heart of the action.
From £139 per person
IRELAND Vs ENGLAND 2013
Glorious Guinness, a memorable party atmosphere and a thrilling rugby occasion make any trip to Dublin a special one and our official ticket-inlcusive travel packages will get you involved in a wonderful city and rugby atmosphere.
From £229 per person
ENGLAND Vs FRANCE 2013
Another red hot Twickenham occasion– Les Blues will come to the home of English rugby for one of the most explosive games of the season.
From £382 per person
ENGLAND Vs ITALY 2013
Italy have been improving and they will relish their chance to shine at Twickenham. It will also be a great chance for England to end their home matches on a high. Book now to see England face Italy with a number of day returns and weekend breaks.
From £172 per person
WALES Vs ENGLAND 2013
Arguably the most intense rugby atmosphere anywhere – and England will feel the full force of Cardiff’s great matchday experience in the final round of matches and our official ticket-inclusive packages will get you there too.
From £549 per person
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland, and has long been recognised as a superb place to enjoy a weekend away due to its thriving nightlife and its abundance of things to see and do.
In the wake of a remarkable economic boom, Dublin's landscape has changed immeasurably over the past decade. These days Dublin ranks among the top tourist destinations in Europe, largely due to the people who ensure that, despite whirlwind changes, Dublin remains one of Europe's most down-to-earth, friendly and accessible cities.
For partiers, the first stop is still Temple Bar, with its winding cobblestone streets and dozens of touristy bars. From there, it’s a short walk to Dame Street, which is lined with slightly more upmarket restaurants and pubs. This is also where you’ll find the towers of Dublin Castle once the seat of English colonial power in Ireland.
Heading west, Dame Street becomes College Green, leading to Trinity College, alma mater to Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and Jonathan Swift. Trinity’s 16th-century campus makes for a pleasant stroll, and its Old Library holds the most famous book in Ireland: a medieval illuminated gospel known as the Book of Kells. From here you are within striking distance of Grafton Street.
The other end of Dame Street is the city’s church zone. First are the whitewashed walls of Christ Church Cathedral founded in 600 by Strongbow, the first conqueror of Ireland. A few blocks away, St Patrick’s has a glorious nave.
Head further west and you’ll find the Guiness factory where €15 entry fee buys two hours of black-stuff madness and a trip to the Gravity Bar.