ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Pakistan v Sri Lanka - Two Night Break

Bristol - Bristol County Ground

/ 2 night break, match date Friday 7 June
Price: £549pp
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Bristol - Bristol County Ground

2 night break, match date Friday 7 June
Price: £549pp
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Package summary

With some of the biggest names in one-day cricket on both sides, this could be a fantastic occasion in Bristol.

The County Ground in Bristol is the home of Gloucestershire – the one-day kings of the late 1990s – so both teams will be in the right place to be inspired.

Package features

  • Official match ticket
  • Bed and breakfast hotel accommodation
  • Experienced travel reps
  • Merchandise pack
  • ICC Travel & Tours event upgrade available

The match - 7 June

Anywhere the likes of ‘Boom Boom’ Afridi is playing the grounds will be full and this will be no exception.

Two hugely gifted teams, including the current ICC Champions Trophy winners, will go head to head in this exciting contest in Bristol.

This match is likely to rain boundaries and wickets and will not be one to miss.

The hotel - 6 June to 8 June

Your two night break will include accommodation at one of our specially selected hotels.

The hotel will be centrally located and within close proximity to the stadiums. With our standard properties, there may be options to upgrade or downgrade to other hotels.

Bed and breakfast included during your stay.

Bristol

Once a centre for heavy industry, over the last few decades the South West's largest city has reinvented itself as a hub of sport, culture and creativity.
If ever there was a city with a story to tell, it’s Bristol. Enveloped in the hills of South West England, it has its own unmistakable identity, grounded in roots from centuries past and carved out since by passionate locals.

From Clifton's iconic suspension bridge to Brunel's ground-breaking steamship, it's a city that's awash with historical interest. Bristol is also known for its offbeat, alternative character, and you'll find a wealth of art collectives, community-run cafes and music venues dotted around – not to mention murals left behind by the city's most notorious son, the mischievous street artist Banksy.

Throw in the revamped harbourside, the landmark new M Shed history museum and a fast-growing foodie reputation, and it's little wonder that Bristol was recently named Britain's most liveable city.
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