With just under a month to go, the Rugby World Cup hype is definitely heating up. As a nation we are shining up our boots, freshening our kits and training day-in day-out for the upcoming action packed season. It’s safe to say we are all getting excited for the 2015 Rugby World Cup!
In light of the Rugby World Cup hype, we have put together a list of our top tours designed to help you experience the rugby atmosphere live for yourself. These tours not only take you and your team to some fantastic destinations, but you can also have opportunity to watch Aviva Premiership matches, Guinness Pro League matches and European Cup games in 2016.
Visit the great capital city of Wales and have the opportunity to tour the Millennium Stadium and also to watch a fantastic Guinness Pro League or European Cup games at any of the four Welsh region stadiums. Home to the 1999 Rugby World Cup final, the Millennium stadium is not one to disappoint, with a vast variety of entertainment throughout the year.
Check out all the Rugby World Cup fixtures on at the Millennium Stadium here.
Leicester City Stadium
Take a tour to the vibrant city of Leicester. With a capacity of 32,312 the state of the art City Stadium is to host to three Rugby World Cup games. The Leicester Tigers play their Aviva Premiership and European Cup games at Welford Road . Our Leicester tour gives you the opportunity to watch these incredible games that are sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Check out all the Rugby World Cup fixtures taking place in the Leicester City Stadium here.
Visit London, one of the world’s greatest cities, and with that, the world’s biggest dedicated rugby stadium! Our West London tour lets you experience the busy capital in a hassle free way. As well as this, you can also visit the Twickenham Stadium and watch the 2016 Aviva Premiership games and European Fixtures at the nearby premiership grounds.
Check out all the Rugby World Cup fixtures taking place in the Twickenham Stadium here.
Want to visit this historical rugby ground? Then take our tour to Gloucester and experience live rugby for both the Aviva Premiership and European Cup matches. This impressive stadium has a capacity of 16,500, which will be full of rugby loving fans from all over the world throughout this upcoming season.
Check out all the Rugby World Cup fixtures taking place in the Kingsholm Stadium here.