French Open Planned Experiences

Looking for ideas for activities to add to your French Open trip of a lifetime? Consider these options and call us to create your custom French Open package today.


Château de Chambord, one of the many sights you'll see on a Loire Valley Tour with Grand Slam Tennis Tours.Tour the Loire Valley

Heading south from Paris, your bilingual guide will take you to three of the most beautiful Renaissance residences in France. Francois I’s Chambord is the archetype of the Renaissance period. Next, your guide will take you next to Chenonceau, also known as the Castle of Ladies due to the powerful French women who each made an impact on it including Catherine de Medici. Clos Luce is your last stop. It was given to Leonardo Da Vinci by Francois I. Leonardo spent the last years of his life here; wander through the gardens and discover his marvelous inventions.

Private transportation and tickets included


Monet's gardens are a stunning sight even after the opulence of Versailles.Private Versailles & Giverny Tour

First, your bilingual guide will take you to the Palace of Versailles, the former residence of the most famous of the French kings: Louis XIV. Here you'll wander through the exquisite French gardens, the Grand Apartments, the Hall of Mirrors, and the Queen’s apartments. After, take the short drive northwest to visit Claude Monet’s home in Giverny. This wonderfully charming cottage is surrounded by Monet’s inspirational gardens, the water garden with the Japanese bridge being the most well known.

Private transportation and guide and “Skip The Line” tickets included


Helicopter flight from Paris to Versailles

Take off from the Paris heliport and enjoy the view of the Eiffel tower, the Seine river, the Roland Garros grounds, Parc des Princes Stadium, Champs-Elysee, and Parc Boulogne before heading to the Versailles. You'll land in the garden of former French royalty and enjoy time to walk in the gardens and take photos before your return.
 

Private transportation included

Palace of Versailles Gardens