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RBS 6 Nations Rugby Package 2018: France vs England

Overview
Location
Accommodation
Getting There

Watch France take on England in the RBS Six Nations Rugby at the Stade de France in Paris on 10th March 2018. RugbyTicket package includes accommodation in 3* Hotel with breakfast for 2 nights checking-in on 9th March 2018 with category 4 match tickets and delivery of tickets to the hotel

Highlights

  • Be there at the Stade de France on the 10th March 2018 to support your country
  • watch as France battle it out on the pitch against England the current champions
  • combine your love of Rugby with a Paris city break

Included

  • 2 nights’ accommodation in 3* city centre hotel in Paris - checking-in on 9th March 2018
  • Breakfast each morning
  • CAT4 Six Nations ticket for France vs England on 10th March 2018

Excluded

  • Local tourist tax
  • Everything not specified above
  • Lunch and evening meals

Itinerary

France vs England
Stade de France
10th March 2018
KO: 17.45

Please Note

Please note: For all France 6 nations bookings we require names as per passports. Spectators may be asked to produce passport id at the stadium. E-Tickets Your tickets will be issued in the form of PDF electronic ticket(s). You will be required to present the e-ticket(s) at the stadium upon entry together with valid passport identification. Your e-ticket(s) will be issued by the event organisers and sent to your registered email address no later than three days prior to the event. You must therefore monitor your email inbox before departing and/or attending the event. Seating & Ticket Allocations Our supplier provides a minimum guarantee that seats will be located in pairs i.e. two seats side by side, a seat directly in front of the other seat or two seats together in a diagonal pair. Group bookings of three or more persons may be seated in different rows, sectors, stands or even opposites sides of the stadium (within the positions of your allocated ticket category) and therefore separated from each other. We will however try our best to seat groups as close together as possible.

Extras/Upgrades

Ticket upgrades are available for Category 1, 2, or 3 . Single and triple rooms and extra nights also available on request. Please enquire at info@activitybreaks.com

Paris

Whether you're just passing through Paris or in for a longer stay, there is plenty to do!
Paris is divided up into 20 large administrative districts. Beginning at the centre of the city, they curl round in a clockwise direction like a snail shell. To find out which “arrondissement” you are in, look on the street signs.
Sightseeing in Paris is like plunging into ancient history: remains of the old Roman Lutetia, grand medieval abbeys, gothic masterpieces, classical architecture, collections from Napoleonic times.

A remarkable density of artistic and cultural treasures is available in the City of Lights! There are 180 museums and monuments for your enjoyment: discover internationally-renowned collections of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts, go in search of iconic emblems, symbols of the influence of an era, take inspiration from a wealth of contemporary heritage – all this makes Paris a capital of the arts, both past and present.

Paris is the capital city of France and is situated on the banks of the river Seine in north-central France.

You will touch down at one of Paris' major airports, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly or perhaps at Paris-Beauvais, specializing in charter flights. The airports are all within easy reach of the capital.

Travelling around in Paris is child's play. Whether you take the metro, the bus or the RER suburban trains, the whole city and the Ile-de-France region are very well covered and easy to navigate.

Top Ten Things to do in Paris:
1 - Eiffel Tower: One of the most famous monument in the world (324 metres, 10,100 tonnes), the Eiffel Tower was built by Gustave Eiffel in 1889 for the World Fair, where it was the star attraction.
2 - Notre-Dame: Masterpiece of gothic architecture, the cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris,imagined by Bishop Maurice de Sully was built between the 12th and the 14th centuries (1163-1345). The French road distances are established from the "0 km" point located on the square in front of the cathedral entrance. You can also visit the Treasure of Notre-Dame.
3 - Sacré Coeur de Montmarte: Church built by public subscription after the 1870 defeat in the Franco-Prussian war. The basilica was consecrated in 1919.
4 - Arc De Triomphe: Panoramic view, museum on the history of the monument.
5 - Saint-Chapelle: Jewel of gothic architecture, the Sainte Chapelle was built at Saint-Louis' request during the 13th century to house Christ's crown of thorns.
6 - The Louvre Museum: Presents collections of western art from the Middle Ages to 1850, and the antique civilisations that have preceded and influenced this art.
7 - Pompidou Centre: This Mecca of modern and contemporary culture houses the National Museum of Modern Art/Industrial Design centre, public information library open to all (BPI), exhibition galleries, cinemas, shows and concert halls and a contemporary music research centre.
8 - Natural History Centre: The rich collections in the Grand Evolution Gallery originally derive from the former Zoology Gallery, inaugurated in 1889, and are now displayed in a contemporary and exciting setting.
9 -The Musée d'Orsay: Presents the arts and artistic creativity of the period from 1848 to 1914 through its collections of paintings, sculpture, the decorative arts, sculpture and photography.
10 - Cité de Sciences: Located in the Parc de la Villette complex, the Cité presents a comprehensive panorama of science and technology.

3* Hotel in Paris

Your 3* Hotel will be selected from the following list of 3* hotels which are carefully selected for their value, locaiton and facilities.

Hotel 29 Lepic 3*,Hotel Villa Boheme 3*, Hotel Perreyve 3*, Hotel Atlantic 3*, Hotel Villa La Parisienne 3*, Agora Saint Germain 3*, Aiglon 3*, Atlantic 3*, Color Design 3*, Duminy Vendome 3*, Europe 3*,Ibis Styles Gare De L'Est Chateau Landon 3*,Ibis Styles Paris Bercy 3*, La Manufacture 3*, Monterosa 3*, Pavillon Bastille 3*, Pax Opera 3*, Raspail Montparnasse 3*, Soft 3*, Timhotel Paris Gare De L'Est 3* and the Val Girard 3*

After booking our travel partner will contact you vial email to request room type and details of each travelers. Hotel voucher and booking details will be provided thereafter.

Public Trasport

There are a number of public transport links which take you from the aiport to Paris City Centre.

Overview

Watch France take on England in the RBS Six Nations Rugby at the Stade de France in Paris on 10th March 2018. RugbyTicket package includes accommodation in 3* Hotel with breakfast for 2 nights checking-in on 9th March 2018 with category 4 match tickets and delivery of tickets to the hotel

Highlights

  • Be there at the Stade de France on the 10th March 2018 to support your country
  • watch as France battle it out on the pitch against England the current champions
  • combine your love of Rugby with a Paris city break

Included

  • 2 nights’ accommodation in 3* city centre hotel in Paris - checking-in on 9th March 2018
  • Breakfast each morning
  • CAT4 Six Nations ticket for France vs England on 10th March 2018

Excluded

  • Local tourist tax
  • Everything not specified above
  • Lunch and evening meals

Please Note

Please note: For all France 6 nations bookings we require names as per passports. Spectators may be asked to produce passport id at the stadium. E-Tickets Your tickets will be issued in the form of PDF electronic ticket(s). You will be required to present the e-ticket(s) at the stadium upon entry together with valid passport identification. Your e-ticket(s) will be issued by the event organisers and sent to your registered email address no later than three days prior to the event. You must therefore monitor your email inbox before departing and/or attending the event. Seating & Ticket Allocations Our supplier provides a minimum guarantee that seats will be located in pairs i.e. two seats side by side, a seat directly in front of the other seat or two seats together in a diagonal pair. Group bookings of three or more persons may be seated in different rows, sectors, stands or even opposites sides of the stadium (within the positions of your allocated ticket category) and therefore separated from each other. We will however try our best to seat groups as close together as possible.

Extras/Upgrades

Ticket upgrades are available for Category 1, 2, or 3 . Single and triple rooms and extra nights also available on request. Please enquire at info@activitybreaks.com

Location

Location

Paris

Whether you're just passing through Paris or in for a longer stay, there is plenty to do!
Paris is divided up into 20 large administrative districts. Beginning at the centre of the city, they curl round in a clockwise direction like a snail shell. To find out which “arrondissement” you are in, look on the street signs.
Sightseeing in Paris is like plunging into ancient history: remains of the old Roman Lutetia, grand medieval abbeys, gothic masterpieces, classical architecture, collections from Napoleonic times.

A remarkable density of artistic and cultural treasures is available in the City of Lights! There are 180 museums and monuments for your enjoyment: discover internationally-renowned collections of paintings, sculpture and decorative arts, go in search of iconic emblems, symbols of the influence of an era, take inspiration from a wealth of contemporary heritage – all this makes Paris a capital of the arts, both past and present.

Paris is the capital city of France and is situated on the banks of the river Seine in north-central France.

You will touch down at one of Paris' major airports, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly or perhaps at Paris-Beauvais, specializing in charter flights. The airports are all within easy reach of the capital.

Travelling around in Paris is child's play. Whether you take the metro, the bus or the RER suburban trains, the whole city and the Ile-de-France region are very well covered and easy to navigate.

Top Ten Things to do in Paris:
1 - Eiffel Tower: One of the most famous monument in the world (324 metres, 10,100 tonnes), the Eiffel Tower was built by Gustave Eiffel in 1889 for the World Fair, where it was the star attraction.
2 - Notre-Dame: Masterpiece of gothic architecture, the cathedral Notre-Dame de Paris,imagined by Bishop Maurice de Sully was built between the 12th and the 14th centuries (1163-1345). The French road distances are established from the "0 km" point located on the square in front of the cathedral entrance. You can also visit the Treasure of Notre-Dame.
3 - Sacré Coeur de Montmarte: Church built by public subscription after the 1870 defeat in the Franco-Prussian war. The basilica was consecrated in 1919.
4 - Arc De Triomphe: Panoramic view, museum on the history of the monument.
5 - Saint-Chapelle: Jewel of gothic architecture, the Sainte Chapelle was built at Saint-Louis' request during the 13th century to house Christ's crown of thorns.
6 - The Louvre Museum: Presents collections of western art from the Middle Ages to 1850, and the antique civilisations that have preceded and influenced this art.
7 - Pompidou Centre: This Mecca of modern and contemporary culture houses the National Museum of Modern Art/Industrial Design centre, public information library open to all (BPI), exhibition galleries, cinemas, shows and concert halls and a contemporary music research centre.
8 - Natural History Centre: The rich collections in the Grand Evolution Gallery originally derive from the former Zoology Gallery, inaugurated in 1889, and are now displayed in a contemporary and exciting setting.
9 -The Musée d'Orsay: Presents the arts and artistic creativity of the period from 1848 to 1914 through its collections of paintings, sculpture, the decorative arts, sculpture and photography.
10 - Cité de Sciences: Located in the Parc de la Villette complex, the Cité presents a comprehensive panorama of science and technology.

Accommodation

Accommodation

3* Hotel in Paris

Your 3* Hotel will be selected from the following list of 3* hotels which are carefully selected for their value, locaiton and facilities.

Hotel 29 Lepic 3*,Hotel Villa Boheme 3*, Hotel Perreyve 3*, Hotel Atlantic 3*, Hotel Villa La Parisienne 3*, Agora Saint Germain 3*, Aiglon 3*, Atlantic 3*, Color Design 3*, Duminy Vendome 3*, Europe 3*,Ibis Styles Gare De L'Est Chateau Landon 3*,Ibis Styles Paris Bercy 3*, La Manufacture 3*, Monterosa 3*, Pavillon Bastille 3*, Pax Opera 3*, Raspail Montparnasse 3*, Soft 3*, Timhotel Paris Gare De L'Est 3* and the Val Girard 3*

After booking our travel partner will contact you vial email to request room type and details of each travelers. Hotel voucher and booking details will be provided thereafter.

Getting There

Getting There

Public Trasport

There are a number of public transport links which take you from the aiport to Paris City Centre.

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