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Go To The Rugby World Cup

The world's greatest Rugby teams try their hand at glory!

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Rugby World Cup


The pinnacle of the sport, the quadrennial Rugby World Cup, sees the world’s top twenty international teams battle over 48 games for the coveted Webb Ellis trophy (named after the sport’s legendary inventor).

An epic celebration of the sport, the tournament is watched by hundreds of millions of viewers from around the globe, though for Rugby fanatics, there is no better experience than attending in person: a unique opportunity to soak up the energy and atmosphere and witness the breathtaking skills of the finest players on the planet!

Host cities

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Paris
One of the most exciting and most visited cities on earth, the French capital is an intoxicating blend of romance, history, and culture.
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Toulouse
Known as La Ville Rose (The Pink City) due to the picturesque rose-tinged architecture, the southern French city of Toulouse is renowned for its rich history, vibrant atmosphere, delicious gastronomy.
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Marseille
Although synonymous with football, Marseille, France’s second most populous city, will play a significant role in the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
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Finals Package

In September and October of 2023 (the 200th anniversary of the sport’s invention) France will play host to the tenth Rugby World Cup, and you could be there! Will holders, South Africa retain their crown, or can the All-Blacks, England, Australia, or hosts France knock off their perch? Find out for yourself and experience the roller coaster thrills, excitement, and party atmosphere of the world’s greatest Rugby tournament with Gullivers Sports Travel, the UK’s leading and longest established rugby sports tour operator.

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Other destinations

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Nantes
A bustling cultural hub, the northern city of Nantes is a vibrant blend of old and new.
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Bordeaux
The perfect destination for rugby fans who enjoy their wine, the beautiful southwestern city of Bordeaux.
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Lille
Situated in the north of the country, near the border with Belgium (an area sometimes called French Flanders due to its Flemish roots).
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Lyon
The perfect setting for the Rugby World Cup, Lyon, France’s picturesque third-largest city, and a foodies paradise, is often dubbed the country’s culinary capital.
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Nice
Located on France’s picturesque southeastern coastline, known as the French Riviera, or, due to the rich ultramarine Mediterranean waters that it overlooks, the Côte d'Azur (Blue Coast).
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Saint-Etienne
The smallest of the host cities, Saint-Etienne is situated in east-central France, near the verdant volcanic peaks and lush valleys of the picturesque Auvergne region.
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Faq?

Friday 8 September 2023 – Saturday 21 October 2023

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