10 reasons to visit Nice and the Cote d’Azur during RWC 2023

Nice and the Côte d'Azur region, also known as the French Riviera, is a spectacular parcel of land in the bottom corner of France. More than just a beautiful coastline, the region stretches all the way to the French Alps and packs plenty in in between. It won't take much convincing, but here are 10 reasons why you should visit Nice and the Côte d'Azur during next year's Rugby World Cup. The rugby The 36,000 seat Allianz Riviera Stade de Nice, which opened in just 2013, is an absolute gem and really doesn't have a bad seat. It’s also just a short tram ride from the centre of Nice. Stade de Nice will host Wales, England v Japan, Italy v Uruguay and Scotland v Tonga during the pool stages.  The Cote d’Azur is also just a few stops on the TGV fast train from Marseille, which will host Australia (hopefully), England, Wales, Japan and Argentina over one Quarter Final weekend in mid October.  There are 13 days between Australia’s last pool game in Saint Ettienne and
Already a subscriber? Log in here.

Continue reading this story for free

Create a free account to continue reading and get more of Rugby News' top stories directly to your inbox.

Or, subscribe for unlimited access

error: Content is protected !!