France v England | Six Nations 2022

2, 3 or 4 DAYS | 19th March 2022

France v England 2022 Six Nations will be held in Paris, the final fixture of the famed ‘Super Saturday’ that is likely to feature the 2022 Six Nations winner.

Enjoy this enticing fixture between sightseeing in this enchanting city.  There’s simply so much to do for all types of tourist in one of the world’s most popular cities.  From The Louvre to Eiffel Tower, Versailles to the River Seine, your long weekend offers plenty to see and do around the Six Nations rugby.

France v England 2022 Six Nations – Saturday 19th March (Kick off 21:00h)

Choose between our one, two or three night packages via Eurostar from London St Pancras


  • Eurostar return ticket from London St Pancras to Paris Gare du Nord
  • 3 day Paris Visite Travel Pass


Other Inclusions

  • Cat 4 match ticket: France v England
  • MSG Tours representation in resort


  • Travel insurance

Available Additions

  • Tickets for a hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus in Paris
  • Wine tasting session at a local restaurant
  • Seine river cruise
  • Montparnasse or Eiffel Tower tickets


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  • ‘Quirky and chic’ – Retro music-inspired decor
  • 6 kilometres from the Stade de France
  • 20 minutes from The Louvre Museum
  • ‘Marvin and The Gang’ on-site bar
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  • Less than 10 minutes walk from Parvis de la Défense, CNIT and 4 Temps.
  • Air conditioning in all rooms.
  • On site bar.
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4* Hotel – The Remix 

1 night £614pp

2 nights £707pp

3 nights £809pp

(based on twin share)

Supplementary costs will apply to single rooms.

3* Hotel – Ibis Budget Puteaux Paris La Defense

1 night £598pp

2 nights £677pp

3 nights £763pp

(based on twin share)

Supplementary costs will apply to single rooms.


Arguably the world’s most picturesque city, the French capital oozes class and culture around each of its twenty arrondissements. 

A short distance from the centre of Paris lies the energetic district of Saint-Denis.  Here, you’ll find the Basilica of Saint-Denis, Street Art Avenue and the Cité du Cinéma, a film studio complex and celebration of the art of cinema. 

Saint-Denis is also home to the country’s largest sporting venue, the Stade de France, host to the 1998 FIFA World Cup, 2003 IAAF World Championships, Rugby World Cup 2007, UEFA Euro 2016 and the Final Rugby World Cup 2023.