Coming to you straight from the grass, clay or hard courts, Avantura Travel serves up the best tickets to the most prestigious tournaments in the world of tennis - the Gram Slams.


Experience world-class tennis like you never have before.  Take a quick, exciting weekend tennis trip to the US Open in New York City this summer or immerse yourself in an entire week of tournament that will thrill even the heartiest, most intense tennis fan. Or wander “down under” to the Australian Open in January to watch Nadal, Djokovic and Federer play, plus to enjoy the combination of warm summer and an exciting and prestigious sporting event in the picturesque city of Melbourne. Want to stay a bit closer to home? Dine on strawberries and cream in London. With its unparalleled grace and uncontested historical legacy, Wimbledon will surely offer you the trip of a lifetime. Or try the Roland Garros next spring. The City of Lights always puts on a memorable show and the tennis is an added attraction. On top of all the excitement these cities have to offer, Avantura has tickets so close you might never want to leave the tournament.
For those interested in tennis tournaments a bit more relaxed than the Grand Slams, the destinations are just as enticing. Indian Wells, a desert oasis outside of Palm Springs, and Shanghai in eastern China, provide the settings for other two important tennis events outside Europe – the BNP Parisbas Open and Shanghai Rolex Masters. Do you prefer the old continent? Check out two other Master's Events - Rome Masters and Mutua Madrid Open. On top of these, Avantura also offers frequent Davis Cup and Fed Cup trips as well.
No matter what your travel needs, Avantura offers total flexibility in booking your tennis trip. Want to add extra hotel nights to spend some more time in London or Paris? How about an extra day of tennis tickets at Flushing Meadows? Choose one of our great complete packages, create your own customized package, or purchase just the individual tickets for as many days as you'd like. We promise it will be a tennis fan’s experience of a lifetime. Advantage, you!


January 14-27, 2013, Melbourne, Australia
Stay at the five-star Crown Towers, which is superbly located on Melbourne's Yarra River at Southbank. Only a short stroll to the hustle and bustle of Melbourne's central business district, Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, lush parks and gardens, designer shopping and Melbourne's impressive arts precinct.

May 26 – Jun 9, 2013, Paris, France
Also known as the French Open, Roland Garros is a very popular event in a quiet setting surrounded by the picturesque and extensive city of Paris. The red clay of Stade Roland Garros glows with color and present a lovely backdrop while tennis players battle for the title.
Avantura Travel brings years of experience and savoir-faire having served thousands of clients worldwide to Roland Garros. Choose one of our great complete packages, create your own customized package, or purchase just the individual tickets for as many days as you'd like in the Upper or Lower level throughout the tournament.

Jun 24 – Jul 7, 2013, Wimbledon, England
Defined by unparalleled grace, manicured courts, pressed tennis whites and achievement that's second to none, Wimbledon stands alone. Timeless in its tradition, endless in its list of legends, history is no stranger to Wimbledon. Avantura Travel can offer you a complete package experience. Either way, it'll certainly be a trip of a lifetime.

August 27 - September 9, 2013, New York, USA
The US Open is the fourth and final Grand Slam tournament of the year and is held at Flushing Meadows - Corona Park.

Avantura Travel is pleased to provide you with multitude of packages to one of the greatest tournaments in the world. We promise to be a tennis fan’s experience of a lifetime. Take a quick, exciting weekend tennis trip to New York City or immerse yourself in a week of tournament play that will thrill even the heartiest, most intense tennis fan.

March 4-17, 2013, Indian Wells, California, USA
If you haven’t traveled to Indian Wells yet, you haven’t experienced one of the most spectacular settings to watch professional tennis. Located in an idyllic setting including snowcapped mountains, blue skies and desert breezes, the ATP World Tour and WTA Premier tennis tournament in the world. Only Wimbledon, the Australian Open, the French Open, the U.S. Open are larger in attendance and prize money.

May 3 - 12, 2013, Madrid, Spain
The Mutua Madrid Open presents both men and women's draws in singles and doubles right in the middle of the clay season. La Caja Mágica (translated to mean the "Magic Box") is one of the most magnificent tennis facilities in the world. The event is classified as an ATP World Tour Masters 1000 event on the ATP tour and a Premier Mandatory event on the WTA tour. Ion Tiriac, the former Romanian ATP player and now billionaire businessman, is the current owner of the tournament. Madrid is a cosmopolitan city that is the center for Spanish business, parliament and home to the Spanish Royal Family.

May 12-19, 2013, Rome, Italy
Rome Masters, also called "Internazionali BNL d'Italia" is played on the red clay of Foro Italico, a remarkable tennis venue. Spectators are provided with excellent tennis in addition to attending a tournament that is gaining popularity by leaps and bounds. Many of tennis' greats have conquered the Italian clay such as Bjorn Borg, Guillermo Vilas, Steffi Graf and Chris Evert. Players consider this tournament a true test of their clay court skills as they prepare for Roland Garros. The hometown crowd adds a unique characteristic to the tournament by creating a fun and festive atmosphere unlike any other tournament. A journey through Italy is a journey through time and history. Passion is at the heart of Rome and a week's visit just scratches the surface of all the fabulous offerings of Italy's capital. Check-in to your luxurious hotel room in a prominent location of Rome to start your tennis and sightseeing adventure.

October 7-13, 2013, Shanghai, China
The Shanghai Rolex Masters features the world's best in a 56-player draw for singles, and is the finale to a new three-week Asian swing of the ATP World Tour. The tennis facility, which is Asia’s biggest, has been built on 80 acres in the Minghang district, 27 kilometers southwest of the city. The Tennis Center includes a dual-purpose indoor-outdoor 15,000-seat center court and 40 indoor and outdoor courts. Avantura recommends five nights at the five-star Portman Ritz-Carlton and Shanghai Hotel.