ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

England v Australia - One Night Break - Tuesday

Lord's - London

/ 1 night break, match date Tuesday 25 June
Price: £539pp

Lord's - London

1 night break, match date Tuesday 25 June
Price: £539pp

Package summary

The most famous cricket ground in the world will be in all its finery, electric buzz and full of anticipation when England host Australia in Cricket World Cup 2019.

The egg and bacon ties of the Long Room will glint in the sun as cricket’s oldest rivalry takes centre stage during the tournament.

Our one-night break package will mean you can combine top class cricket action with a break in London to soak up all the sights and sounds of this great city.

 

Package features

  • Official match ticket
  • Bed and breakfast hotel accommodation
  • Experienced travel reps
  • Merchandise pack

The match - 25 June

From Ian Botham’s heroics in 1981, Shane Warne’s ball of the century at Old Trafford in 1993 to England’s recent defeat Down Under, these matches are special.

And this will be no exception. With a white ball and coloured clothing, the best one day players from each country will collide. Will Joe Root get the better of Mitchell Stark? Can Jos Buttler fire England to glory? Whatever happens this will be one of the moments of the summer.

Holiday Inn London - Kensington Forum - 25 June to 26 June

A cracking option if you want to be in the heart of London, this hotel has two restaurants and a pub so you can make the most of your stay. You can combine a day at the cricket with the chance to explore some of London’s finest and most well-known sights. Alternatively, relax with an afternoon tea at Consortia restaurant or a cool drink in the cosy Tavern Pub. With free WiFi, 24-hour room service and on-site parking, this is a great hotel.

London

There can be few more cosmopolitan cities on earth. London is a thriving, bustling city and will be at the centre of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. With attractions, museums, fantastic places to eat and drink as well as centuries of history and architecture to enjoy, London is a must-visit during the tournament.

Marvel at the city’s many iconic buildings, immerse yourself in culture and relax amidst the natural beauty of the Royal Parks.

Take a spin on the London Eye to experience spectacular views of the city's skyline and get a unique perspective on iconic London landmarks like Big Ben, London Bridge, Westminster Abbey and the Hungerford Bridge.

The world's foremost fashion destination, London is a shopper’s paradise: from flea markets and vintage shops to luxury department stores like Selfridges and Harrods, the options are endless.
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