Paris is definitely one of the few cities that everyone must travel to at least once in their lifetime.  Full of romance, history, great restaurants, and a luscious vibe that cannot be reproduced anywhere else in the world, this city has been at the forefront of world culture for centuries!  Every year, Paris also kicks off summer with one of the most prestigious tennis Grand Slam tournaments around: the French Open!

Roland Garros

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The premier clay court tournament began in 1891 as tournament only for French tennis club members but has since evolved to an internationally renowned event featuring all the major stars of the game.  It has also become an annual stomping ground for Spanish champion and the world #1 man Rafael Nadal.

The women’s game has been more competitive with several recent winners including Maria Sharapova, Li Na, and the sensational conqueror Serena Williams.  But no matter who you’re rooting for, the French Open is an incredible experience for fans of the game who want to take a delightful European trip to kick off their summers.

Serena Williams - French Open

Serena Williams poses with the Suzanne Lenglen trophy, in Paris, on June 8, 2013 © AFP Kenzo Tribouillard

The Louvre Museum Paris

CTT brings more than a quarter century of experience to the French Open, also known as Roland Garros.

Championship Tennis Tours has all the tools to help you make the most of your Parisian excursion.  Complete packages include not only a wide selection of French Open ticket deals and hotels, but also an exciting variety of day trip options to places like Monet’s Garden, Euro Disney, the Chateaux of Loire Valley, and more!  When you book your trip to France with Tennis Tours, you will take your first step into building a memory that will last a lifetime.  The French Open is an experience that will become the highlight of your venture to Paris!

The Louvre Museum Paris

The Louvre Museum in Paris. (Photo Credit: © Juliana Hughes)

Nicholas Spiller

Nicholas Spiller

Nicholas Spiller has enjoyed the sport of tennis for many years.An enthusiast who covers all major sports, he finds tennis to be one of the most pleasant and inspirational games around to watch. He also spends his time as a musician in Los Angeles.
Nicholas Spiller

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