The Italian Open
Masters Tennis Tournament
INTERNAZIONALE BNL d'ITALIA
Il Foro Italico, Rome
May 9 - 16, 2021
Welcome to our tennis tickets & tour packages to The Italian Open ATP Masters, known as the Internazionale BNL d'Italia. The Italian Open is a 'combined event', where both men & women play at the same time. It also features a new Center Court & Court 1 where upgraded seating and hospitality are featured.
Ah, Rome, the 'Eternal City' - home of the Caesar’s, the Coliseum, the Vatican, birthplace of Western Art & Culture - and the ITALIAN OPEN at Il Foro Italico! It’s a glorious time of the year to be in this timeless and truly beautiful city. As the saying goes 'Rome wasn’t built in a day', but we’ll have four exciting days of our own to discover the great past and bustling present of this great metropolis. Combine your “Roman Holiday” with an extension to Venice, and you will have truly captured a great taste of Italy and fabulous red clay court tennis at it’s best. Tennis tickets, hotel choices, sightseeing options, transfers, restaurants, and more are included. Please call us today, and we will custom-design an Italian Open tennis tour package to suit your needs.
Please view our 2021 Italian Open BNL D'ItaliaTour Packages in the window below.
All-inclusive 4-night travel package to the Rome Masters Italian Open tennis tournament.
Italian Open Tennis Tounament 2019.pdf
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