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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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  • The arriving streams of people take a walk from the nearest train station. It was if I was alongside what are lined up on the entrance gate the first time actually on the day tickets arranged in a row, and I was. Sure it's a waste of time because I made where the column at the top. Admission ticket at passport checks. Also check luggage at the gate. Check in advance what brought. Kappa, light jacket, sunglasses and have severe temperature, survived. There is plenty of food, but between games and lunch expecting to wait for a long, early action is good luck. Many times even moved to the intensity of the red clay.
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  • Time: June 2015 Try to reach Porte d'Auteuil from metro. Metro map would be handy in this case. From Porte d'Auteuil you can simply walk to the court. Try to be carry sunscreen, sunglasses, wear appro...  more »
  • My husband is a fan of tennis and therefore was must-see in Paris. The district is located is wonderful, went underground and sidewalks toward the Stadium are signs that guide you to the place. The stadium impeccable, the Organization of the place very good!
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  • Been going here for the past 2 years for the Roland Garros finals. Always a nice atmosphere, reasonably priced tickets and great tennis. Hopefully they build a roof soon to avoid that play stops due to rain.
  • Great environment during the French Open. Will only get better once they build a roof.
  • A incredible court, a little bit old, but with great views from any angle. Also a incredible atmosphere.
  • I love the clay court and the overall architecture of the stadium. However, wirhout a roof, the rain, the wind, and the cold could really reduce the exhilaration of watching yje game.
  • Biggest court in Roland Garros. Good visibility overall and great environment