Rugby World Cup 2023, Unlock the Beauty of France. Official Travel Sub-Agent. - Stein Travel
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From the cobblestone streets of Paris to the golden beaches of the French Riviera, there are so many reasons why this country is the world's number one destination.

Stein Travel looks forward to bringing you to a great rugby tournament and to showing you just what makes France so special.

Whether you are thinking about a short trip for one match or a longer tour, all of our trips will reveal the essence of your destination.  We always stay in carefully selected, central hotels and use the most convenient and comfortable forms of transport.

Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Lille, Bordeaux, Saint-Étienne, Nice, Nantes, and Toulouse; the roll call of cities hosting Rugby World Cup 2023 is an impressive one and showcases the very best of this beautiful country.

Each city has its own unique character.  There's Paris with its iconic Eiffel Tour, world-class restaurants and chic shops.  Marseille is a melting pot of culture on the Mediterranean. Lyon is renowned for its food markets and traditional bouchon restaurants serving classic local fare.

Lille has an old city full of fine baroque buildings and one of France's best-loved and largest outdoor markets.  Visitors to Bordeaux are always thrilled by its medieval streets, classical architecture and scenic riverfront.  The city's new wine museum is sure to thrill them even more.

The former manufacturing town of Saint-Étienne has recently reinvented itself as a hip hub for the arts, with former factories converted into artists' studios and galleries.

Nice is the largest city on the French Riviera and its seaside promenade, Italianate old quarter and warm Mediterranean waters have enchanted visitors for centuries.  Nantes is set on the Loire River and is known throughout France for its scenery, museums and royal castles.

Finally, there's Toulouse with its sunny southern climates, ancient red-brick palaces, art galleries and lively bistros and bodegas.

While each of these cities is different, they do have some things in common.  They are all home to restaurants and bars serving the finest French food and drink.  They all have museums and galleries devoted to the long and fascinating history of France.  Last bye certainly not least, the people of these cities are passionate about rugby and look forward to hosting Rugby World Cup 2023.

Book with Stein Travel and delve deeper into the true character of France.


David Slattery



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