Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell
Spain’s oldest tennis tournament returns to Barcelona for its 63rd edition this month. Brainchild of the Conde de Godó, Carlos Godó Valls, the tournament began in 1953 to mark the opening of the Reial Club de Tenis’ new installations in Pedralbes. Spaniards Rafael Nadal and David Ferrer will take part in the nine-day competition, which attracts the world’s best tennis talent.
Tickets for the tournament range from €7 to €110 depending on the seat and the match. Passes for the whole tournament range from €199 to €410, depending on the seat.