To enrich your appreciation of this sport event package we have provided below information on your accommodation and details of travel and spectating arrangements.

Hotel Giustiniano

The NH Collection Roma Giustiniano hotel puts you footsteps from the Vatican and right on the doorstep of the Prati shopping district with its high-end designer stores. This hotel in Rome has a direct connection with Vatican City, St Peter’s Basilica, Sant’Angelo Bridge, Sant’Angelo Castle, the Trastevere neighbourhood and Rome’s historical centre.

The rooms are sophisticated and contemporary in style, with a minimal design scheme and hardwood floors. All rooms come with free Wi-Fi and tea and coffee making facilities. Some rooms get outstanding views of St. Peter’s Basilica or the Castel Sant’Angelo, which was built as a mausoleum for the Emperor Hadrian.

The Zenzero & Cannella restaurant serves a first-class menu of modern Italian cuisine. At breakfast, expect a lavish Continental buffet, with pastries, fresh fruit, sparkling wine and hot dishes cooked to order. There is also an elegant bar with complimentary appetisers and snack menu, a superb wine and cocktail list and satellite TV showing the latest sports fixtures. Further amenities include a refined restaurant serving local fare, plus a contemporary bar, a gym and a business centre.

Your Sport Event Package

Match Day Ticket

Your package includes your officially allocated match tickets with seats behind the posts. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee whether these will be on the lower or upper level, or at which end, but all seats offer excellent viewing down the pitch. Block and seat numbers are provided with your travel documents prior to departure.


These are on a private charter from Gatwick or Stanstead into Rome. The early morning departure on Thursday 1st February, returning early evening on Monday 4th February make for a very easy trip to Rome. Airport taxes and a 20kg luggage allowance are included, along with return airport/hotel transfers by private coach.

Bookable Tour Additions

Match Side Ticket Upgrade:
These Premium side-on view match tickets give a fantastic view of the action up and down the pitch and must be ordered at the time of booking. These tickets are included if you book the Matchday Hospitality.
Cost: £161 per person

Matchday Hospitality
This inside the stadium hospitality package includes:

  • Access to stadium lounge pre & post-match
  • Official side-on match ticket
  • Street food inspired buffet
  • Complimentary bar of beer, wines & soft drinks
  • Post-match refreshments
  • Dedicated staff in attendance
  • Car parking (1:4) – if booked as a stand alone activity

Cost: £699 per person

3-day Tour, Departure Friday 2nd February

This 3-day package with the Friday departure from Gatwick or Stanstead has the same timings and inclusions as the 4-day tour, just less time in Rome.
Tour Cost:
£985.00 per person based on 2 people sharing a twin/double room
Single supplement:
£225.00 per person

You will be advised of your final itinerary at least 14 days before departure.

General Information


The Eternal City with all its historic sites is Italy’s capital city, political centre, and the nearby Vatican the country’s religious heartbeat with the dome of St Peter’s Basilica to remind everyone of the pope’s presence. One of the world’s most beautiful cities, it’s also a great art city, every year millions of tourists come to admire Roman art, architecture, treasures, and masterpieces. However, there’s far more to Rome than history and fine art, there is a lifestyle, much built around food and wine and then sport; football is the unmissable attraction, but Six Nations Rugby is now well established and receives great local and overseas support.

Olimpico Stadium

Rome’s Stadio Olimpico is located within the Foro Italico sports complex just north of the city. Currently the largest and main sports facility of Rome it’s primarily used for football and is the home stadium of “Serie A” teams Roma and Lazio, two of Italy’s internationally recognised football clubs. Rebuilt to host the 1990 FIFA World Cup final it also hosts the annual Coppa Italia final and most recently hosted the 2009 UEFA Champions League final. The stadium, the country’s national athletics stadium is now used by the Italian Rugby Federation or FIR, also occasionally hosts concerts and other events.

If you would like any other information, or if you have a mobility problem or disability, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can call on 020 7118 2110 or send us a message via our Contact page and we will be happy to assist you!