Wimbledon Championships

London, Enland

June 29 - July 12, 2015

All of the Grand Slam Tennis Tournaments are monumentally important and uniquely impressive, but Wimbledon rises above the rest in its prestige and history. It is so prestigious, in fact, that members of the British Royal Family often take in the Final Rounds. The tradition can be felt throughout the fortnight traditions like taking the middle Sunday off, strawberries and cream, or even top seeds faltering on the infamous Court No. 2.

One tradition that has been changed is guaranteed to make travel to the Wimbledon Tennis Tournament far more enjoyable. Rain in London will always be unavoidable, but a new roof on Centre Court ensures some play will take place every day. Given that people usually pay a pretty penny for tickets (Wimbledon Grand Slam tickets can be amongst the most expensive in all sports), the roof is a new tradition that has been accepted by all.

Player Serves at Wimbledon
London Bridge in England

Astronomical prices will not be found exclusively at Wimbledon, as London is one of the most expensive cities in the world. However, Tennis Travel Info is here to help. We have all kinds of Wimbledon Travel Information that will help you in planning the exact trip you are looking for, and save some money while you're doing it.

Whether it's fancy meals or fish and chips, Centre Court Debenture tickets or grounds passes, Wimbledon Travel Info has the information and resources on helping you find whatever you need. In addition, if you are looking for the best way to navigate the city of London (the Tube is a favorite!), best places to shop (like Piccadilly Circus), or the best tourist attractions (London Eye), Wimbledon Travel Info is here to help!