Rugby World Cup 2019
Quarter-finals to the final - Tour FG
Tour FG - visiting Fukuoka, Osaka and Tokyo/ 18 night tour
Something to cherish, something to remember forever, something to make memories that last a lifetime – welcome to knockout stages of Rugby World Cup 2019.
An 18-night experience that will also add in a stay in the foodie capital of Osaka. No matter who is in the final on November 2, you will be there. If it’s England, memories of that golden night in Sydney will come flooding back and you won’t need to worry about a ticket – you are one of the lucky ones.
What a way to be at rugby’s showpiece event.
- Official tickets to six matches
- Return international flights
- Hotel accommodation
- Three different destinations
- Bullet train journeys
- Special event
- Merchandise pack
- Internal travel
- Experienced travel reps
The matches included
The pool stages will have been completed by the time you arrive for the knock out phase of the ninth Rugby World Cup.
Begin with both quarter-finals in Oita. They are usually brilliant matches and great occasions before raising the bar even higher with the semi-finals in Yokohama.
And then, it’s the grand finale. The bronze final will be the curtain raiser to the final on November 2 as a team of greats look to become immortal. And you will be there.
The hotels you'll stay in
In Fukuoka, you will stay at the ANA Crowne Plaza Fukuoka before moving to the ANA Crowne Plaza Osaka and will finish your stay at Sunshine City Prince Hotel in Tokyo.
All hotels include bed and breakfast during your stay.
This is a wonderful package with something to experience for every travelling fan.
See Japan via the Bullet Train
You travel across Japan as you transfer from destination to destination via Bullet Train or Shinkansen as it’s known in Japan. It is a great way to travel, will offer a unique and added benefit to your tour and will ensure swift and easy transportation from each city. It’s an experience in its own right and something to cherish.
The cities you'll visit
And then it’s off to Osaka, a food lovers delight as you soak up the very best bits of Japan. You will finish your stay in dazzling Tokyo, with its lights and film-set style, to give you the very best of modern meets history on this 18-night festival of fun.