Murrayfield Stadium


Scotland v England

TWO NIGHT WEEKEND BREAK WITH FLIGHTS - Scotland Vs England - RBS 6 Nations 2016

Murrayfield Stadium, Sat February 6 at 16:50

(Friday 5 and Saturday 6 February) Scotland loves nothing more than defeating England and will provide ferocious opposition when Stuart Lancaster’s team travel to Edinburgh. The Scottish tradition, the packed pubs around Murrayfield and the closest of rugby rivalries combine to create a tremendous weekend in the Scottish capital. Our two night weekend break packages, inclusive of official match tickets and flights to and from Edinburgh, are a great way to enjoy a top class RBS 6 Nations rugby break.

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    Guaranteed official Scotland v England - RBS 6 Nations 2016 - Official Match Ticket

    Match Ticket included.

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  • Flights

    Return flights are included as part of this package

  • Return Airport Transfers

    Return airport transfers upon arrival at your destination

  • Dedicated Team

    Access to our experienced, friendly, and welcoming staff

  • Legend in attendance

    at each of England’s away games in the 2016 RBS 6 Nations Championship


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Murrayfield Stadium

There is more to Edinburgh than Hogmanay and festival time in August – it is easily one of Europe’s most beautiful cities It’s been described as the ‘Athens of the North’ but ‘Auld Reekie’ is a city of loud, crowded pubs, great restaurants, late-night parties and history. And it has also been the scene of many English disasters at Murrayfield. David Sole’s infamously slow walk onto the field in 1990 was the catalyst to a seething Grand Slam victory and 10 years later Andy Nicol’s try tore the wheels off another England clean sweep attempt in the driving Scottish rain. Edinburgh’s rugby is much like its landscape – craggy, rock hard and steeped in history. It is an earthy place where each summer the world’s biggest arts festival rises from the ashes of last year’s rave reviews to produce another show-stopper. And it is here where the Scottish Parliament sits again after a 300-year absence. It is a raw and rugged treat for rugby fans, a city of contrasts and extremes – from the castle silhouetted against a blue sky, late night snugs and pubs with a treasure trove of whiskey’s, a cafe in the Old Town for a coffee and the dark mouths of the alleys – each with a different site, smell and experience. Edinburgh is a gem of a place – not just for rugby lovers but for lovers of life. It has something for every taste and experience and even the most seasoned travellers and rugby fans will find something new on each visit.

Key facts

Murrayfield Stadium, located in the west end of Edinburgh, is the home of the Scottish Rugby Union (SRU).

Getting there...

Murrayfield Stadium Edinburgh EH12 5PJ