Philippe-Chatrier Court, Paris

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Constructed in 1928, Philippe-Chatrier Court is an 8.5 hectare (21 acre) tennis venue with 20 courts and three large-capacity stadiums that host the annual French Open. Learn the history of tennis at the Tenniseum, a museum with bilingual multimedia exhibits portraying the game's beginnings. You'll find many dining options in the large restaurant and bar area. Using our custom trip planner, Paris attractions like Philippe-Chatrier Court can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • August 14, 2017
    Amazing experience! Before entering you have to go through a lot of security checks, once inside is like a mini city with restaurants, pubs, cafes, areas to relax in the open air, etc. We went to a day of classification and is fantastic the atmosphere that moves there, the worst of all are the tails to enter adjoining tracks... lose half a day queuing up.
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  • August 8, 2017
    Roland Garros, a lot of crowds at the tournament in the spring, but always a pleasure to go there. Hospitality and entertainment are friendly. Course main top, although a shame that category 1 seats are not a bit more comfortable, at the price of tickets... unless you are in lodges, you won't have more comfortable seats, a beautiful sight on the short will satisfy you.
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  • July 29, 2017
    First experience at Roland Garros, unfortunately not very successful because of the weather. I was able to attend only one female game (Bacsinszky-Mladenović), Nadal has been postponed to the next game. It is the fault with no luck and I was able to get a refund the ticket. But a more neutral point of view, the organization is very well-oiled merchandising sales methods very well studied, animations and stalls everywhere in the enclosure. However, bad weather there's not much to do except watch the giant screens that broadcast the matches from previous years. In short, a nice experience as long as you have good luck with time.
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  • June 10, 2017
    Definitely worth visiting if you get the chance. It's so much more easy getting tickets for Roland Garros compared to the lottery of Wimbledon!
  • June 17, 2017
    The central court in Roland Garros, a mythical stadium for one of the most amazing tournament in tennis.
  • June 14, 2017
    Amazing court, a must see place at roland garros.
  • March 22, 2017
    Great tennis. Nice stores. Not expensive
  • June 14, 2017
    Best Tennis Court on Earth!

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