26 May - 9 June 2019
The French Open is known for its passionate Parisian fans, vibrant red clay courts and on-court displays of skill and perseverance.
Like Wimbledon, it is unique as a Grand Slam as it is the only event played on clay, a surface that has tripped up grass and hard-court champions and highlighted the expertise of clay-court specialists.
Two spectacular courts - Suzanne Lenglen and Philippe Chatrier - set the scene for the 2019 Roland Garros big-ticket matches. Our 2019 French Open packages vary according to which round you would prefer to watch, from the early rounds to the final matches as the tennis action picks up a notch.
Your package includes prime position Roland Garros tickets and 3-star accommodation. However we can easily tailor-make your French Open 2019 package to include your flights from South Africa VIP hospitality, so that all you need to do is listen to the screams of the crowd as their favourite player dives for that elusive drop shot. Only at Roland Garros.
2019 French Open Opening Round Philippe Chatrier Travel Packagefrom R17540 per person sharing
2019 French Open Second Rounds Philippe Chatrier Travel Packagefrom R16640 per person sharing
2019 French Open Third Rounds Philippe Chatrier Travel Packagefrom R22850 per person sharing
2019 French Open Quarter Finals Suzanne Lenglen Travel Packagefrom R17440 per person sharing
2019 French Open Quarter Finals Philippe Chatrier Travel Packagefrom R22220 per person sharing
2019 French Open Women’s & Men’s Semi-Finals Combo Travel Packagefrom R24860 per person sharing
Otherwise known as the French Open. The French Open is played on clay courts and is one of those bucket list events that any tennis enthusiast will want to travel to. This event takes place at the end of May and lasts for a couple of weeks.
France's capital is a global centre for art, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Besides its famous landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Notre-Dame cathedral, the city is known for its outdoor cafes, which will give you plenty of opportunities to enjoy casual dining and people-watching. Paris' fine-dining restaurants, bistros, markets and patisseries reflect other aspects of France's famed culinary heritage. Discover the designer boutiques along the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Visit the famed Louvre museum, which houses Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa,” or the Musée d’Orsay, which showcases works by Degas, Monet and Renoir. Explore the historically bohemian neighbourhood of Saint-Germain-des-Prés or Montmartre, home to Sacré-Coeur Basilica and sweeping hilltop views. For a bustling nightlife scene, head to Marais where nightclubs sit among restored 17th-century mansions.