Approach to Planning Your Trip to the Wimbledon Tennis Championship

Veronica here from the On Point Events Team and welcome to another short video with some insights on how to approach planning your perfect trip to the Wimbledon Tennis Championship.

This yearly event takes place in late June and early July at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club situated just outside of London. As you are planning your trip it helps to start with the tournament competition schedule and determine how many days of Tennis you want to watch and specifically which sessions. Generally, there are 4 rounds of Men’s and Ladies’ singles rounds which culminate in to two days of Quarter Finals, two days of Semi Finals and of course 2 days of Finals. Most of our clients will include one or two full days of Tennis and combine this with at least one day of touring some of the iconic sites that London has to offer. From art galleries and museums to cultural landmarks, London is simply spectacular especially during that time of the year.

One of the experiences we highly recommend including on the days you are at Wimbledon is our preferred VIP Hospitality. Here you will find beautifully landscaped gardens, British-inspired four course a la carte food and drinks menu, all within a just a short stroll from your seats at Centre Court.

If you want to learn more about the Wimbledon Tennis Championship and the Travel Experiences we have put together, please feel free to reach out to our team of experts. We are here to help guide you through it and deliver an unforgettable experience for you.

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