Guinness Six Nations 2020

Two Night Weekend Break

Italy v England

/ Two Night Break - Fri/Sat
From price £509pp
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Italy v England

Two Night Break - Fri/Sat
From price £509pp
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Our two-night hotel and ticket package is a great way to experience Italy, with the flexibility to organise your own flights.

Two nights in Rome with official match tickets is a wonderful way to experience the Italian capital. It’s always alive with sights and sounds so don’t miss the chance of a guided tour of the Colosseum, enjoy a wonderful gelato at the Trevi Fountain or just a glass of wine in a street side bar.

England have never lost in Rome, so the omens are good for another satisfying weekend away for England fans.


  • Hotel accommodation
  • Official match ticket
  • Dedicated team
  • Rome 24hr travel card

Italy v England - 16.45, 14 March

This is one of the favourite destinations for England fans in any Six Nations calendar.

Rome is always awash with white shirts, the atmosphere on matchday is partisan and the Peroni Village is one of the highlights of the weekend.

But there is more to an away weekend than just the rugby. Rome embraces you with its vast history – from the Colosseum, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and The Vatican, there is enough culture that it’s almost impossible to cram it all in. And then there is the food and the wine – what’s not to like? If there is one rugby experience to undertake in 2020, this is the one.

The hotels - 13 March to 15 March

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. There are a range of hotel options to choose from.

Each option will include bed and breakfast during your stay.


From the priests in their purple, the living 3,000 year old history, the noise, fantastic street life, awe-inspiring architecture to great food and good living, Rome is an incredible city.

Ancient icons such as the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Pantheon recall the cities golden age as ‘caput mundi’ (capital of the world), while St Peter’s Basilica is the Vatican’s incredible showpiece church, a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture.

A trip to Rome is more than just a rugby weekend. It’s the chance to discover life, history and the culture that is around every corner, under every step and on almost every wall.

Throw in some great wine and great food, there is every ingredient for a wonderful travel experience.
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