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6 Nations package 2020: Ireland vs Wales

Overview
Location
Accommodation
Getting There

See Ireland take on reigning champions Wales in the 2020 Six Nations championship on 8th February in Dublin. This package includes 2 nights' accommodation at a Dublin hotel and tickets to the game. To book online click on the arrival date highlighted in green on the calendar so that a drop down window appears underneath, select the no. of people (per room) then the package with your preferred category of tickets so that the correct price shows below, then click 'book now' to go to the checkout page

Highlights

  • Enjoy the craic during your time in Dublin
  • Soak up the electric atmosphere at Lansdowne road on match day
  • Savour a pint or two of Guiness after the game

Included

  • 2 nights' accommodation at 3* hotel in Dublin (city centre or suburbs)
  • Bed & breakfast basis
  • Tickets for Ireland vs. Wales on 8th February 2020
  • Delivery of tickets to the hotel

Excluded

  • Flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals & beverages apart from breakfast
  • Match transfers
  • Local taxes where applicable
  • Everything else not mentioned above

Itinerary

Guinness 6 Nations
Ireland vs. Wales
Aviva stadium Dublin
8th February 2020
KO 14.15

Seating plan under photos:
Category 4: Yellow
Category 3: Blue
Category 2: Red
Category 1: Green
N.B. Image not to scale and only representative of approximate seating locations

Please Note

Match tickets are not refundable. Tickets will be delivered to the hotel. Post-booking you will be sent a hotel and ticket voucher from our travel partner which you must present on arrival at the hotel in return for the tickets and to be able to check in to your room. You will be required to present the tickets at the stadium.

Extras/Upgrades

Extra nights available on request, contact us for a quote by clicking 'please enquire'

Dublin is a fantastic place to spend a few days, whether you’re looking for culture, nightlife or shopping; add a Six Nations rugby game at legendary Lansdowne road into the mix and you have a truly memorable weekend!

Aviva Stadium: The stadium is around half an hour’s walk from St Stephen’s Green in the centre of the city. You can take public transport, but it will take around the same amount of time. There are 5 colour coded routes to enter the stadium, based on where you will be seated, check your ticket to see which entrance you need to use.

There are lots of different ways to explore Dublin, but many prefer to tour the city on foot, sampling the sights, sounds, and tastes of the city as they go. Here are some of the top things to see and do in the city;

Top Ten Things to do in Dublin:

1 - Tour Dublin: Discover more of the city on one of the hop-on-hop-off bus tours. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle, coach tours will take you to the surrounding countryside or coastal villages in just a 20-minute drive.

2 - Castles: Ireland is synonymous with castles. You can step back in time and visit a selection of ancient and historic fortifications situated both in the city and throughout Dublin County.

3 - Museums: A wealth of museums hold an array of information and artefacts recounting the history of this ancient capital. Dublin is renowned worldwide as a city of writers and literature, home to such literary giants as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw. Be sure to visit one of the many literary museums!

4 - Georgian Dublin: The Georgian door is a well-recognized symbol of 'Welcome' in Dublin. In the 18th century the city acquired this beautiful and distinctive style of architecture. Stroll through the elegant streets of Merrion and Fitzwilliam Squares to see fine examples of the great Georgian period.

5 - Guinness: Have a pint of Guinness or a shot of whiskey in one of Dublin's 1000 pubs! Discover how the 'national drinks' are made with visits to the Guinness Storehouse and Old Jameson Distillery.

6 - Shopping: You can easily explore on foot the central shopping area from Henry Street to O' Connell Street on the north side of the river. Across the river is Grafton Street and St. Stephen's Green.

7 - Nightlife: Dublin has a vibrant nightlife, centred around the Temple Bar area. Whether it's the traditional pubs with Irish music or the hip and trendy bar and club scene that you're after, you'll find it all in Dublin!

8 - Golf: There is something quite spectacular about playing golf near Dublin and there are plenty of courses to choose from.

9 - Dublin Zoo: Dublin Zoo is Ireland's top family visitor attraction. Located in Phoenix Park, it is a great day out for the family!

10 - St Stephen's Green: A popular meeting spot for locals and tourists. On clear days, people spill onto the green for lunch, lounging or a game of football.

3* Hotel in Dublin

You will stay at a 3* hotel in Dublin city centre or suburbs, with breakfast included. If you have a preference please let us know before you book.

Accommodation details will be provided by the supplier via email prior to arrival.

Nearest Airport: Dublin (approx. 30mins)

By Car
Leave the airport and head onto the R132. Exit onto the M1 slip road for City Centre/M50. Follow signs for City Centre/Dublin Port.

By Public Transport
40mins - Take the 747 bus from Clarion Hotel (400m from the airport). Stay on for around 30mins and alight at Lower O'Connell Street.

By Private Transfer
Taxi available outside airport.

Overview

See Ireland take on reigning champions Wales in the 2020 Six Nations championship on 8th February in Dublin. This package includes 2 nights' accommodation at a Dublin hotel and tickets to the game. To book online click on the arrival date highlighted in green on the calendar so that a drop down window appears underneath, select the no. of people (per room) then the package with your preferred category of tickets so that the correct price shows below, then click 'book now' to go to the checkout page

Highlights

  • Enjoy the craic during your time in Dublin
  • Soak up the electric atmosphere at Lansdowne road on match day
  • Savour a pint or two of Guiness after the game

Included

  • 2 nights' accommodation at 3* hotel in Dublin (city centre or suburbs)
  • Bed & breakfast basis
  • Tickets for Ireland vs. Wales on 8th February 2020
  • Delivery of tickets to the hotel

Excluded

  • Flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals & beverages apart from breakfast
  • Match transfers
  • Local taxes where applicable
  • Everything else not mentioned above

Please Note

Match tickets are not refundable. Tickets will be delivered to the hotel. Post-booking you will be sent a hotel and ticket voucher from our travel partner which you must present on arrival at the hotel in return for the tickets and to be able to check in to your room. You will be required to present the tickets at the stadium.

Extras/Upgrades

Extra nights available on request, contact us for a quote by clicking 'please enquire'

Location

Location

Dublin is a fantastic place to spend a few days, whether you’re looking for culture, nightlife or shopping; add a Six Nations rugby game at legendary Lansdowne road into the mix and you have a truly memorable weekend!

Aviva Stadium: The stadium is around half an hour’s walk from St Stephen’s Green in the centre of the city. You can take public transport, but it will take around the same amount of time. There are 5 colour coded routes to enter the stadium, based on where you will be seated, check your ticket to see which entrance you need to use.

There are lots of different ways to explore Dublin, but many prefer to tour the city on foot, sampling the sights, sounds, and tastes of the city as they go. Here are some of the top things to see and do in the city;

Top Ten Things to do in Dublin:

1 - Tour Dublin: Discover more of the city on one of the hop-on-hop-off bus tours. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle, coach tours will take you to the surrounding countryside or coastal villages in just a 20-minute drive.

2 - Castles: Ireland is synonymous with castles. You can step back in time and visit a selection of ancient and historic fortifications situated both in the city and throughout Dublin County.

3 - Museums: A wealth of museums hold an array of information and artefacts recounting the history of this ancient capital. Dublin is renowned worldwide as a city of writers and literature, home to such literary giants as James Joyce, Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw. Be sure to visit one of the many literary museums!

4 - Georgian Dublin: The Georgian door is a well-recognized symbol of 'Welcome' in Dublin. In the 18th century the city acquired this beautiful and distinctive style of architecture. Stroll through the elegant streets of Merrion and Fitzwilliam Squares to see fine examples of the great Georgian period.

5 - Guinness: Have a pint of Guinness or a shot of whiskey in one of Dublin's 1000 pubs! Discover how the 'national drinks' are made with visits to the Guinness Storehouse and Old Jameson Distillery.

6 - Shopping: You can easily explore on foot the central shopping area from Henry Street to O' Connell Street on the north side of the river. Across the river is Grafton Street and St. Stephen's Green.

7 - Nightlife: Dublin has a vibrant nightlife, centred around the Temple Bar area. Whether it's the traditional pubs with Irish music or the hip and trendy bar and club scene that you're after, you'll find it all in Dublin!

8 - Golf: There is something quite spectacular about playing golf near Dublin and there are plenty of courses to choose from.

9 - Dublin Zoo: Dublin Zoo is Ireland's top family visitor attraction. Located in Phoenix Park, it is a great day out for the family!

10 - St Stephen's Green: A popular meeting spot for locals and tourists. On clear days, people spill onto the green for lunch, lounging or a game of football.

Accommodation

Accommodation

3* Hotel in Dublin

You will stay at a 3* hotel in Dublin city centre or suburbs, with breakfast included. If you have a preference please let us know before you book.

Accommodation details will be provided by the supplier via email prior to arrival.

Getting There

Getting There

Nearest Airport: Dublin (approx. 30mins)

By Car
Leave the airport and head onto the R132. Exit onto the M1 slip road for City Centre/M50. Follow signs for City Centre/Dublin Port.

By Public Transport
40mins - Take the 747 bus from Clarion Hotel (400m from the airport). Stay on for around 30mins and alight at Lower O'Connell Street.

By Private Transfer
Taxi available outside airport.

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