Italian Open FAQ
Have questions about the Italian Open? 30 years of experience means we probably know the answer. If your question isn't answered below, contact our tennis travel experts.
Where will my seats be located?
Can we play tennis in Rome?
Do we have the same seats every day?
Can you get me tickets to a museum?
What if it rains?
What time is Rafa playing next year?
Is airfare included?
Is travel insurance available?
What is the weather like in Rome?
Our Category 1 seats are located within seven rows of the court in the Italian Open Club section of the Center Court.
Yes. We’re happy to arrange court time for you in Rome.
You will be seated in different locations throughout your time at the Italian Open. Don’t worry, though—they’ll be a variety of the best possible locations in our courtside sections.
Yes, we’re happy to build other tickets into your package.
Unfortunately, all courts at the Italian Open are exposed to the elements. Play may be delayed due to rain. If matches are cancelled due to weather or other reasons, seat privileges are lost for that day. No rain checks will be issued. We recommend purchasing travel insurance.
Great question and one we receive often. The draw is only released a few days before the tournament, and the order of play is only published the evening before the match. So, if there’s a specific player you’d like to see, we can usually predict which tickets you’ll need to see him or her. However, we can't know the exact time and court until the day before the match.
Airfare is not included in the package pricing. We wrote a blog post on how to book your own flights, since it’s the easiest and cheapest way to get your airfare. But if you’d like us to help you with your flights, we’d be glad to do so.
It sure is. After booking, just take your invoice from us, present it to a travel insurance company, and protect your trip.
The temperature in Rome in early May is usually around a pleasant 70ºF during the day and cooler at night. Dress at the tournament is casual.