Rugby tours to Germany

Find superb organisation and facilities plus sporting talent in Germany’s historic cities.

The main hub for rugby in Germany is picturesque Heidelberg, but Berlin, Frankfurt and Hanover also have thriving rugby communities. Test your team’s skills against dedicated opponents.

Typical tour inclusions:

  • Well-matched fixtures
  • Accommodation
  • Travel and ground transportation
  • Your choice of excursions
  • Free staff places
  • Your own Tour Co-ordinator
  • 24-hour support
  • Optional branded tour kit
Typical prices range from
£250 - £1,100 Per person or call

St Edward’s College itinerary

Tours take in the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin’s most iconic landmark.

Tours take in the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin’s most iconic landmark. 

This tour included:

  • 5 nights 
  • Half-board accommodation
  • 27 party members
  • 3 free places
  • 3 training sessions
  • 3 fixtures
  • Coach, taxes and transfers
  • Excursions including Hiedelberg Castle and the Old Town

Typically this tour would cost

641.00 Per person

Prices will differ depending on number of touring party size, number of free places and selection of excursions.

1

Depart Manchester for Cologne Bonn, then transfer to Heidleburg. Training session.

2

Training session, then play 1st match.

3

Morning training session, lunch and then an afternoon guided tour of Heidelberg Castle.

4

Play 2nd match, lunch, then free time for optional River Neckar boat trip.

5

Old Town tour, then transfer to Frankfurt to play 3rd match.

6

Transfer to Cologne-Bonn airport for flight to Manchester.

Typically this tour would cost

641.00 Per person

Prices will differ depending on number of touring party size, number of free places and selection of excursions.

Get in touch if you want to discuss your own itinerary

 

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Why we love Germany

Ground Agent (Germany)

"The main thing Germany has to offer is variety – this can be in terms of culture, landscape, food, mentality and accents or dialects."

Matthew Clayton, Ground Liaison Officer (Germany)

 

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