Six Nations Away Guide 2017

As Europe’s rugby nations go head to head in the 6 Nations Championship, we’ve got the lowdown on all the fixtures and host cities.  Check out our away guide and get ready for all the action…

Paris: Stade de France



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Rugby Pubs & Bars in Paris:  Rue Princesse, also known as the ‘rue du soif’ (thirsty street) – Frog & Princess, Little Temple Bar & The Eden Park.  Pubs around the Grands Boulevards metro station – Corcoran’s and Café Oz. Others: The Frog & Rosbif, Auld Alliance Pub, Connolly’s Corner, Le Rugby Bar, Le Comptoir.

Making a romantic weekend of it? Check out: Rugby v Romance: A Six Nations Guide to Paris


Edinburgh: Murrayfield



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Rugby Pubs & Bars in Edinburgh:  The Three Sisters in Cowgate, Canon’s Gait, Oz Bar, Queens Arms, The Links Bar, The Beehive Inn in Grassmarket, Guildford Arms on West Register Street and The Abbotsford on Rose Street.

Time to see the city?  Here are 10 Things for Under a Tenner in Edinburgh



Dublin: Aviva Stadium



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Rugby Pubs & Bars in Dublin: The Old Stand, Den Bar, Slatterys, Rody Bolands, Woolshed Bar & Grill, Alfie Byrne’s, The Bankers, Bull and Castle, Sam’s Bar.

Sticking around for the craic?   Read our Local’s Guide to Dublin


Cardiff: Principality Stadium



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Rugby Pubs & Bars in Cardiff: The City Arms,  The Goat Major, The Old Arcade on Church Street, O’Neill’s, Walkabout on St Mary Street or Y Mochyn Ddu and Y Cayo, which you’ll find close to the stadium.



Rome: Stadio Olimpico



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Rugby Pubs & Bars in Rome:  The Highlander, Druid’s Den, Fiddler’s Elbow, Bir & Fud, Scholars Lounge Pub and Abbey Theatre Irish Pub.

Make a Valentine’s weekend of it with our Rugby vs Romance guide to Rome.


London: Twickenham 



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Rugby Pubs & Bars in London:  The Cabbage Patch, The William Webb Ellis, The Grand in Clapham, Famous Three Kings, Barrow Boy and Banker and the Irish-run Faltering Fullback.



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Fiona Hilliard

Fiona Hilliard

A love of new cultures is what drives Dublin travel writer Fiona Hilliard to explore the cities of Europe and beyond.

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