Your French Open 2021 experience starts here. Join us for the return of the French Open in 2021 in the romantic city of Paris. Enjoy watching the world’s best take to the unique clay courts of Roland Garros. Our team are currently working on our French Open 2021 packages and they’re not quite ready yet. To be the first to know when they’re available, you can join our waitlist. By joining, you’ll also get early-bird pricing and a priority access window, so you can book your trip before everyone else!
Join us for the 125th edition of the French Open in 2021!
The French Open is the second Grand Slam in tennis and is held over two weeks on the iconic clay courts of Roland Garros in Paris, France. Tennis experts will know, clay courts are slippery and slow compared to hard or grass courts and propel balls higher, making conditions physically challenging. Big servers and volleyers lose some advantages on clay courts, ensuring players who are more suited to this slower style of tennis take advantage, just like Rafael Nadal, the clay court champion.Read moreRead less
For the first time in history, the French Open will be played at night in 2021 thanks to the newly enhanced centre court, which now offers a retractable roof.
If you’ve dreamt of watching the French Open at Roland Garros, we can make it happen with our French Open 2021 packages which including guaranteed French Open tickets, accommodation, hospitality and optional extras such as flights, insurance and more.
We look forward to welcoming you to Paris in 2021!
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Paris is the capital of France and the most populous city in the country. It is a sophisticated, multicultural city known for historic monuments, immense beauty, gastronomy and literature. It’s one of the most cultural and romantic cities on the planet. Paris also plays an important role as a business and education hub within France and globally. The city comprises of 20 arrondissements (municipal districts) each with its own mayor, town hall and other governing features. The arrondissements ascend from the centre of Paris, spiralling out to the far east, each of which offers a unique Parisian experience. Paris is home to some of the world’s most famous landmarks including The Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, Champs Elysee and many more.
It is known as the city of love and lights; filled with culture, passion, incredible food and wonderful fashion, all of which makes Paris one of the most capitative cities to visit and a well deserving host of one of tennis’s premier events, the French Open.
It is beginning to get warmer in Paris during May and June as summer approaches. Humidity is generally higher at this time of year, with pleasant temperatures ranging from 10ºC to 20ºC. Nights can be cooler and rain can be expected during this time. Pack a warm jacket for the evenings.