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The Rugby World Cup 2023 - Unforgettable experiences. Tailor-made for fans, by fans.
We are thrilled to be an Official Travel Agent for the most prestigious event in rugby - the World Cup taking place in France in 2023. Weâ€™ll be offering an unforgettable fan experience and Rugby World Cup 2023 packages with hotel accommodation and official match tickets. Be a part of the RWC 2023 and watch the England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales fixtures, as well as the knockout matches and The Rugby World Cup Final itself, so you can enjoy every moment of this bucket-list event.
Book one of our RWC 2023 Match Breaks and youâ€™ll get much more than just official tickets
From staying in our handpicked hotels in some of Franceâ€™s best cities to the event packs and our representation service, our Rugby World Cup 2023 packages are not to be missed!
At the Rugby World Cup 2023, it doesnâ€™t matter which nation youâ€™re backing
We have Match Break packages available for all the home nation matches, plus every knockout game, right up to the final itself!
Sportsbreaks.com, your Official Travel Agency for the Rugby World Cup 2023
Bringing you Official Rugby World Cup Packages in every city, ensuring that you do not miss out on any of the action.
Hospitality packages now available
Our Rugby World Cup 2023 packages now also come with hospitality available for multi-match bookings, although not applicable for one-off matches.
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There are several famous locations within France which are set to host the most famous tournament in the international rugby calendar. To help you plan your trip, we have selected just a few of our top tourist attractions within the various cities below!
Of course, it would only make sense to begin with the capital, Paris. As one of the host cities for Rugby World Cup 2023, there is plenty to experience before, or after, your match! If youâ€™re looking to tick one off your bucket list, then the Eiffel Tower is a top pick - just make sure to bring your camera for those Instagram shots!
If Nice just so happens to be the host city for your match, then why not head to the breathtaking Promenade des Anglais? As an integral part of the city since it was built in the 1820s, Promenade des Anglais stretches for 7km next to the Mediterranean. Alternatively, if you fancy soaking up the beauty of Nice, then take a seat on one of the many benches or take shade beneath the pergolas and palm trees - you will truly feel relaxed in no time!
Are museums more your thing? Then the world-famous Louvre is a must! Being the worldâ€™s largest museum, the Louvre was once home to the French kings including King Louis XIV before it was converted to a museum after the French revolution is the 18th century. From experience, we always find that there are always long queues so donâ€™t forget to book your tickets online in advance!
As well as its fantastic selection of food (thereâ€™s a reason why itâ€™s known as the culinary capital!), Lyon is also famous for its historic tourist attractions. In particular, we would recommend visiting Vieux Lyon.
As one of the largest renaissance old quarters in Europe, Vieux Lyon still features 300 gothic, Italian renaissance and French Renaissance style homes dating back to the 15th, 16th and 17th century. Fast forward to today and you can still see the resourceful ways this city contributed towards the silk industry. Worth a visit if youâ€™re into historical buildings!
Is your match being hosted in Nantes? One of Nantes most historical attractions is the ChĂ˘teau des Ducs de Bretagne. Originally built in the 13th century, the castle was occupied for 300 years by the Dukes before it became a French royal residence in the 1500s.
If your trip is based on a tight budget, then feel free to explore the courtyard and ramparts within the castle which are open to the public free of charge. Alternatively, if you would like to explore the castle in more depth then why not pay a little extra and visit the Nantes History, which reveals the different stages in the cityâ€™s evolution, from the slave trade to its time as an industrial port? You will be amazed at the sheer history of ChĂ˘teau des Ducs de Bretagne!
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