This years definitive list of the best destinations for rugby tourists
Sky High Sports are delighted to introduce the top 10 destinations to go on a rugby tour in 2020.
Our tour packages in each destination have been designed to offer you the very best in experience both on and off the field, ensuring a memorable time is had by players, coaches & parents alike.
Read on to find out who has topped the charts this season.
The unofficial home of the Rugby Tour.
Dublin has been an annual pilgrimage with 15-man tourists since the dawn of touring time. As well as the iconic landmarks & music filled cobbled streets, Dublin offers the Rugby Tourist much. A visit to see Leinster Rugby at The RDS is a must & the whistling winds of the AVIVA needs to be seen to be believed.
The best hosts in Europe.
What is more, the Dutch can now back up their skill off the pitch with their skill on it.
Amsterdam is the heart of the game in the country. Within a short drive from your digs, you can be at one of many great clubs. The real highlight of the tour will be the generosity of the hosts and the quality of their facilities.
A sporting City like no other.
There are few cities in the world which lives and breathes our game like the city of Cardiff. Few places in the world can name their national stadium as their cities centrepiece. This sporting mecca dominates everything about the city which offers culture in abundance.
The perfect warm weather tour.
Rugby in Spain is growing at a remarkable pace & nowhere is this more evident than in Barcelona and Catalonia. What was once a pleasant location for a low-key end of season celebration, is now a legitimate destination to compete with quality opposition in a magnificent destination.