Guided Tour of Roland-Garros Explore the Behind-the-Scenes of the Iconic Stadium
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Discover the Secrets of Roland-Garros Stadium: An Exclusive Guided Tour
If you're a tennis enthusiast or simply curious to uncover the inner workings of one of the world's most prestigious tournaments, the guided tour of Roland-Garros Stadium is a must-experience. Exclusively organized by Cultival, this 1.5-hour tour immerses you in the history of tennis and reveals unique spots that only the privileged get to see.
Walk in the Footsteps of Legends
By taking part in this guided tour, you'll have the opportunity to walk in the footsteps of the greatest champions who have left their mark on the history of the Roland-Garros tournament. From Rafael Nadal to Steffi Graf, and from Björn Borg to Chris Evert, you'll discover the places where these tennis legends scripted their stories.
During this exclusive tour, you'll explore the backstage of Roland-Garros Stadium as if you were a regular. You'll visit the player's welcome building, where excitement and tension reach their peak on match days. You'll also get a glimpse of the physical preparation room, where athletes gear up to face their opponents.
A unique experience awaits you in the ball boy's pit. You can imagine yourself on the court, collecting balls for the players. The excitement will be at its height as you walk through the corridor leading to the court, as if you were invited to compete in a final match in front of millions of spectators.
The New Generation Philippe-Chatrier Court
During your tour, you'll discover the brand-new Philippe-Chatrier Court, named in honor of the illustrious president of the FFT, Philippe Chatrier. This court is a true architectural and technological masterpiece designed to enable players to showcase their best tennis under all conditions.
From the stands, accessible via panoramic walkways, you'll enjoy a breathtaking view of the legendary court and its distinctive clay surface. You can also admire the Suzanne-Lenglen Court and the beautiful surroundings of the capital. Don't forget to look up and see the roof composed of retractable wings, a tribute to the national hero who gave the stadium its name.
The History of Winners
The guided tour is also an opportunity to learn more about the history of Roland-Garros tournament winners, from the famous Four Musketeers to today's champions. You can imagine yourself in the shoes of the champions as you access the presidential grandstand and admire the iconic Roland-Garros trophies.
Discover the Stadium's Year-Round Life
Roland-Garros is more than just a tennis tournament. This guided tour allows you to uncover the unsuspected life of the stadium throughout the year. You'll gain a deeper understanding of the inner workings and secrets of this major international sports facility. You'll see how an entire team works daily to ensure the organization, smooth operation, and reputation of the stadium.
Access: Roland-Garros Stadium is located at Avenue Gordon-Bennett (75016 Paris), and you can enter through Gate 36.
Stadium Shop: Take the opportunity to visit the stadium shop before or after the tour (open from 9:30 AM to 6:30 PM). You'll receive a 10% discount on your purchases in the shop by presenting your voucher or using the promotional code provided.
Additional Information: Due to the ongoing activities at the venue, certain areas may be inaccessible on the day of the tour. Guided tours for pre-arranged groups can be conducted in the following languages: French, English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic, Japanese, Finnish, and Swedish.
Avenue Gordon-Bennett - Gate 36, Paris 75016
- Metro: Porte d’Auteuil (Line 10), Michel-Ange Auteuil (Lines 9/10), Michel-Ange Molitor (Lines 9/10)
- Bus: 22, 32, 52, 62, 72, 123, 241, 260, PC
By participating in the guided tour of Roland-Garros Stadium, you'll have a unique experience that immerses you in the history and passion of tennis. Don't miss this exceptional opportunity to explore the inner workings of this iconic tennis temple in Paris. Book your tour now and get ready for unforgettable moments.
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