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France v Wales

Stade de France, Paris
Fri 19 March 2021 – Sun 21 March 2021

A ruthless attack against an unparalleled defence, France v Wales is a Six Nations weekend of dreams.

When you book with Venatour, not only will you get to watch rugby of the highest quality, but our hotel and ticket package gives you the opportunity to explore Paris.

As one of the UK’s leading rugby tour operators, Venatour are the place to go for guaranteed Six Nations tickets.

Our Venatour experts will take care of all arrangements, allowing you to immerse yourself in the passion, rivalry, camaraderie and sheer enjoyment of your Six Nations weekend.

We have put together an excellent hotel and ticket package for your weekend in Paris, the Mercure Montmartre has been handpicked for its location and comfort.  If you would like a quote to include flights or Eurostar to Paris, then please contact us for a tailor-made quote.

Hotel & Ticket Package

Enjoy a weekend to remember in Paris by joining Venatour for France v Wales.

£379.00 per person

OITA, JAPAN - OCTOBER 20: Hadleigh Parkes of Wales celebrates as Ross Moriarty of Wales (obscure) scores his sides second try during the Rugby World Cup 2019 Quarter Final match between Wales and France at Oita Stadium on October 20, 2019 in Oita, Japan. (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

  • Two nights’ bed and breakfast at the Mercure Montmartre hotel
  • Guaranteed match ticket to France v Wales
  • Venatour representative on call throughout your weekend.
  • (Return flights can be quoted on request)

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CARDIFF, WALES - FEBRUARY 01: Josh Adams of Wales scores his sides first try as he is challenged by Tommaso Allan of Italy during the 2020 Guinness Six Nations match between Wales and Italy at Principality Stadium on February 01, 2020 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)