Rugby World Cup: your guide to all the events
We hope that you have enjoyed your flight to Bristol Airport. If you are visiting for the Rugby World Cup, here is some useful information about all of the nearby venues, whether you are looking for places to see or things to do here is a simple guide.
Of course don’t forget to leave a little time to explore the beautiful city of Bristol.
Exeter’s Sandy Park is the smallest of the host cities and will play host to three games during this year's Rugby World Cup.
- Tonga vs Namibia - 29th September
- Namibia vs Georgia - 7th October
- Italy vs Romania - 11th October
Getting to Exeter
Exeter can be reached by car in just over an hour, just head to M5 south and keep driving until you reach your destination. If you are travelling direct to Sandy Park leave the M5 at Junction 30 and you will be just seconds away from the stadium. There are also a range of car hire options available direct from Bristol Airport.
Exeter is easily accessible by bus and train from Bristol Airport. The Bristol Airport Flyer Express from outside the airport will transfer you to Temple Meads station where you can catch a train to Exeter. Once in Exeter, the Digby Train service or Exeter bus station service will both take you just minutes walk away from Sandy Parks Stadium.
CardiffAt the Heart of Wales, Cardiff is a beautiful and vivid place to visit. The Millennium Stadium is the third largest stadium and will play host to seven games including some of the prestigious quarter final games.
Confirmed games include:
- Ireland vs Canada - 19th September
- Wales vs Uraguay - 20th September
- Australia vs Fiji - 23rd September
- Wales vs Fiji - 1st October 2015
- New Zealand vs Georgia - 2nd October
- France vs Ireland - 11th October
GloucesterIn the heart of the Cotswolds Gloucestershire Kingsholm stadium plays host to four Rugby World Cup Games.
- Tonga vs Georgia - 19th September
- Scotland vs Japan - 23rd September
- Argentina vs Georgia - 25th September
- USA vs Japan - 11th October