CTT brings more than a quarter century of experience to the French Open, also known as Roland Garros. Having served tens of thousands of clients since 1987, nobody knows this event better than Championship Tennis Tours. Choose from professionally designed packages, let us customize a package just for you, or purchase just the individual French Open tickets. Any way you decide to go, you will have the time of your life.
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- Deluxe Paris Accommodations
- Guaranteed French Open Tickets
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- City Tour, Seine River Cruise, Museum
and Metro Passes
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French Open has a 4.4 out of 5 rating, based on 24 User Reviews
The Best Live Sporting ExperienceBen Bryson from United States said:
The French Open is one of those events you have to see live to appreciate what it means to these champions who conquer the red clay of Roland Garros and why so many have failed to hold up the coupe de mousquetaire. An amazing tournament.
We'll always have Paris!Eric Rinestone from Tucson, USA said:
I've taken my family with Championship Tennis Tours now twice to the French Open. It's simply an amazing trip when you couple this great event with a city like Paris. There's so much to see and do. We went the year Guga won his first title and then again when Roger finally took home the title a few years back. We're hoping to making it back again this year, and will certainly use Championship Tennis Tours for their incredible tickets.
Love the Red ClayAshley Keyes from New York, USA said:
We've been to many tournaments but you won't find better quality rallies than on the red clay of Roland Garros. Would be good if there was a roof as we had to deal with some rain delays, but overall the experience phenomenal. We're planning our next trip hopefully for this year.
Thank you Championship Tennis Tours!Taylor Davis from Providence, USA said:
???We Completely Loved it!??? Just come back from attending the French Open with Championship Tennis Tours. I've been to Wimbledon and the US Open numerous times, but never before made it out to Paris for the French Open. Despite the heat, we had a great time. The grounds are not large and it can get tight in the main alleys between the show courts, but we managed to get into a couple of outside courts within a reasonable time, queuing for about 5 minutes. There is no queueing on the day to get into the grounds like at the US Open or French Open, and . It's a confusing challenge to buy online through the official site. CTT made it quick and easy. They gave some suggestions that we followed with regards to the entrance and it ended up being nothing at all. You must take ID such as a passport because they do check your name on entry. Prices are reasonable, very cheap compared with Wimbledon. The food and drink I found very weak. For about 10 euros they'll serve you up a very bland sandwich. I'd advise you to pack a lunch and some water. The museum is free to enter and worthy of a visit, it's not very big, but has some cool displays on show. I especially liked the display of the French Open posters year by year. But for true tennis fan, there's no substitute to actually being here during the tournament. It should be on every tennis fans bucket list. We attended in May of 2013
Roland Garros, just do it!Mary Henderson from Vancouver, Canada said:
If you're a tennis fan, don't ever have a doubt about attending this great tournament. Make sure you have tickets (or e-tickets - print them out!) before going because there are none sold at the gate. We saw lots of people running around looking for tickets, but there are none to be found outside the gates. The courts are really nice and you're pretty close to the players. The top seeds also come out to train on the outside courts so keep a lookout. Food inside is quite expensive and the queue, oh the queue. Don't waste your time queuing, go watch more tennis ;)) You can get to the stadium by taking metro, it's quite easy to find and follow the crowd!....You can buy souvenir or order them online so you don't have to carry them with you. Prices are pretty steep, but the quality is pretty decent. Traveling alone is not a problem. I attended alone this year and had the time of my life meeting up with other fans from all over the world.
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