Guinness Six Nations 2020

Two Night Weekend Break

France v England

/ Two Night Break - Sat/Sun
From price £479pp
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France v England

Two Night Break - Sat/Sun
From price £479pp
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A genuine weekend break experience that gives you maximum time to soak up Paris with a magnificent game of rugby in the middle.

Share it with friends, like-minded rugby fans or with family – our two-night break option at a range of hotels is truly a memorable weekend away at Europe’s greatest rugby tournament.

This package gives you the maximum amount of time to do more than simply cheer on England. Take a tour of Paris and make some great memories along the way.


  • Hotel accommodation
  • Official match ticket
  • 24-hour Paris city travel card (Zone 1–3)
  • Dedicated team

France v England - 15:00 GMT, 2 Feb

England will make the trip to Paris to face France, in what will be a hugely unforgettable and emotional opening to the 2020 Guinness Six Nations Championship.

The last time the England team came to the Stade de France, they were blown away by a wall of fierce French defence and expert finishing so they will need to be at the top of their game here.

This is a game that evokes the greatest rugby memories: Saint-Andre at Twickenham, Mickey Skinner’s tackle on Marc Cecillon, Thomas Castaignède’s cheeky tongue-out drop-goal, Phil Vickery levelling Olivier Magne – the magic moments are endless. Who will come out on top this time?

The Hotel - 1 February to 3 February

Mercure Paris Montmartre Sacré Coeur is located in the Montmartre district of Paris – one of the most popular and most visited areas of the city which will provide a real Parisian experience.

Rooms at Mercure Paris Montmartre Sacré Coeur have a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a telephone. Each has an en-suite bathroom with either a bath or shower.

A buffet breakfast is served daily at the hotel. The hotel’s bar “L’Atelier” serves snacks and drinks.


It’s obvious when you are in Paris. The wrought-iron Eiffel Tower hurtles skywards and is always a point of reference, while the broad Arc de Triomphe sits nobly by the Champs-Élysées.

But there is more than that to Paris. Soak up the café life, where you can recline in a wicker chair and watch the world unfold, dine in a classic gastro restaurant, or shop for the latest must-haves in a classic fashion house.

Paris is simply classic. And when the stars are aligned, there is nothing like Les Bleus in the Stade de France to get the pulses racing.
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