Guinness Six Nations 2020

Two Night Break with Flights

France v England

/ Two Night Weekend Break with Flights - Sat/Sun
From price £679pp
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France v England

Two Night Weekend Break with Flights - Sat/Sun
From price £679pp
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Summary

A genuine weekend break experience that gives you maximum time to soak up Paris with direct flights, and 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.

Features

  • Hotel accommodation
  • Official match ticket
  • Return flights
  • Hotel transfers
  • 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 hotels - 1 February to 3 February

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 upgrade to.

Each option will include bed and breakfast during your stay.

Paris

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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