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The Six Nations City Guide: Drop Goals and Drinking Dens.

 

 

It’s been another dramatic and exciting competition but sadly, this weekend sees the final fixtures in this year’s Six Nations. Three matches playing out this Saturday, so there’s no better excuse than to find the nearest watering hole, get the first round in and make a right good day of it!

 

 

 

 

Why not make things a bit more interesting with this Six Nations drinking game.

 

 

 

Basic Rules:

 

Knock on = 1 drink

Deliberate knock on = 2 drinks penalty

Try = 2 drinks

Conversion = 1 drink

Yellow Card = 3 drinks

Red Card = down your drink

Penalty Try = down your drink

 

DISCLAIMER: drink responsbibly! 😝

 

 

Have a coveted ticket to any of the matches? then check out our city guide for each of the final games! Even if you don't, these are three cities worth a visit at some point anyway.

 

 

Make some time to explore the City Of Lights in between games and soak up some of that famous Parisian culture! Sample some of the cheap red wine and down the Avenue des Champs-Élysées and then find the nearest ale house and settle in for a Rugby marathon!

 

Points Of Interest! (A bit of culture!)

 

Eiffel Tower

Arc De Triomphe

The Louvre

Notre Dame De Paris

 

 

 

The Game. France vs Wales

Stade De France, Paris.

 

 

WHERE TO WATCH.

Can only be Eden Park Club! Dedicated Rugby bar named after the New Zealand stadium.

 

 

 

Lucky enough to be in Dublin on St.Paddy’s weekend?! Get ready for one hell of a party. A goodtime guaranteed whatever the score. Plan in a visit to the famous Temple Bar area for the best authentic pubs with live music and great atmosphere!

 

Points Of Interest!

 

Guinness Storehouse (bar at the top!)

Kilmainham Gaol

St Stephen’s Green

St Patrick’s Cathedral

Phoenix Park

 

The Game. Ireland vs England

Aviva Stadium, Dublin.

 

 

WHERE TO WATCH. 

Sinnotts Bar. Traditional Irish bar.

 

 

 

 

 

Steeped in history, Edinburgh is affectionately known as Auld Reekie. Take a walk up the Royal Mile and enjoy a pint or a dram in one of the many quaint old bars scattered around the city’s old town.

 

Points Of Interest!

 

Camera Obscura

Scotch Whisky Experience

Mary King’s Close

Edinburgh Castle

Princes Street Gardens

 

 

 

 

The Game. Scotland vs Italy

Murrayfield, Edinburgh

 

 

WHERE TO WATCH.

Got to be Murrayfield Sports Bar.