Brighton & London
Located on England's south coast, Brighton is famously full of character. Take a walk along the colourful seafront, encompassing Brighton Pier, and the famous pebble beach. There’s also the town’s Regency architecture to admire and - lest we forget - Rugby World Cup fixtures on 19th and 20th September 2015. South Africa are up first, while in the second match it’s Samoa who’ll be taking to the field. From Brighton, you’re just a one-hour train ride to the capital where the climax to the Rugby World Cup is set to unfold.
The knockout stages of the Rugby World Cup are to be held in a trifecta of world-class stadiums - Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium and two London arenas, at the Olympic Stadium and Twickenham, where the final will be held on 31st October. The capital’s stadia will also be involved during the earlier pool stages, with matches starting on 18th September. Accommodation in London will be scarce come the start of the tournament, so don’t wait to book your place for the finals of the Rugby World Cup 2015.
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