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Autumn Internationals 2021

Two Night Weekend Break

England v Australia - with Category 1 ticket

/ Two Night Break - Friday / Saturday
From price £762pp

England v Australia - with Category 1 ticket

Two Night Break - Friday / Saturday
From price £762pp

Summary

Make a proper rugby weekend of it with a two-night break to this classic fixture.

When you choose from one of our carefully selected hotels, you will arrive on the evening before the match so you have plenty of time to relax and unwind with a pre-match drink or two as the build up to the game begins.

And then the countdown to kick off starts for real on matchday. You can soak up the big-day atmosphere at your leisure before roaring on England at Twickenham. The evening is then your oyster so you can really get involved in those post-match reviews.

Features

  • Hand picked hotel accommodation
  • Guaranteed and official match ticket
  • Dedicated support team

England v Australia

They don’t get much bigger than this. Australia will bring their fire-brand rugby to Twickenham for the second instalment of the 2021 Autumn Internationals.

This has everything it needs to be a classic confrontation between two of the biggest rivals in world rugby. Back at Rugby World Cup 2019, England stormed past the Wallabies at the quarter final stage in Oita but one thing is for certain, Australia will be desperate for a slice of revenge and with new head coach Dave Rennie aiming to inspire a new-look Wallaby approach, this could be a mini-classic.

The hotels - 12 November to 14 November

Your break will include accommodation at one of our specially selected hotels.

The hotels will be well located so you can make the most of your break and within easy access to the stadium.

Each option will include bed and breakfast during your stay.

London

There can be few more cosmopolitan cities on earth. London is a thriving, bustling city with attractions, museums, fantastic places to eat and drink as well as centuries of history and architecture to enjoy, London is a must-visit during the tournament.

Marvel at the city’s many iconic buildings, immerse yourself in culture and relax amidst the natural beauty of the Royal Parks.

Take a spin on the London Eye to experience spectacular views of the city's skyline and get a unique perspective on iconic London landmarks like Big Ben, London Bridge and Westminster Abbey.

The world's foremost fashion destination, London is a shopper’s paradise: from flea markets and vintage shops to luxury department stores like Selfridges and Harrods, the options are endless.
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