The Roland Garros French Open

French Open

The French Open is the only Grand Slam tournament held on clay and is widely considered to be the most physically demanding tennis tournament in the world.

Although the competition in Paris normally takes place in the last week in May and the first week in June, in 2020, the Roland-Garros tournament will now be played over three weeks, from 21st September to 11th October. The Parisian Grand Slam has been granted an extra week of competition, which means the qualifying tournament can be played from 21st September. The main competition will be from Sunday 27th September to 11th October.

French Open 2016

Paris, Eiffel Tower

Stay at La Croix du Vieux Pont

Just 90 minutes from the centre of Paris, this rural parc offers a host of sports and activities, and is perfect for day trips into the capital. Why not drive to the local station and catch a train to Paris?

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Other things to do in Paris

  1. Experience the magic of Disneyland
  2. Check out the view from the Eiffel Tower
  3. Enjoy a free tour of Notre Dame Cathedral
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