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. Start your trip to Paris by creating a personalized itinerary on Inspirock.
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  • I went several times a roland garros it's really exceptional atmosphere on the course, in the stands and in the Stadium are to live at least once the athletes in live performance is surreal I love even if the cost of the tickets can be high well worth the trip
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  • The place is magical. Worthy of the doings of Guga and Nadal but is in the works, i.e. don't visit so soon. But the vibe is awesome
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  • In June 2017, I attend the Roland Garros men's final, Nadal - Wavrinka. A nice gift from my sister. This was my fourth visit in this legendary Stadium. I really like to go there. The welcome is friendly, the atmosphere is great, far from stuffy or chic! You feel comfortable throughout. The weak point: the restaurants and snack bars. By experience, I prefer lunch outside the stadium because restaurants are always packed, and other small food places are not necessarily interesting dietetically speaking for the vegetarian that I am. On the other hand, it is still very very expensive for what it is. Another piece of advice: provide sunscreen in case of high temperatures. My first coming into this stadium won me a huge Sun shot that had ruined the summer that followed. You literally burn! A hat is also necessary! But otherwise, I keep in mind these Nadal, Federer, Ferrer and other Wavrinka! A must!
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  • 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!
  • The central court in Roland Garros, a mythical stadium for one of the most amazing tournament in tennis.
  • Amazing court, a must see place at roland garros.
  • Great tennis. Nice stores. Not expensive
  • 2 words: Rafa Nadal

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