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Centre Court Wimbledon

Centre of entertainment

As you have probably noticed while being in London you have a great opportunity to see some places of a great historical and cultural range. If you think that sightseeing for three or four days is enough – be sure that it is not enough. It is hard to estimate how many days in London will be perfect for you to visit all the interesting places, but it would be difficult to do it in a small number of days. Centre Court Wimbledon is definitely worth of seeing. While you are in the centre of entertainment, fashion and money-make sure that you have tried the English cuisine. It is obligatory to taste the typical English breakfast. But here you will have also a huge variety of different cuisines like Asian, Caribbean or Turkish. Wondering why London is so rich in diverse cuisines?

Streets of Wimbledon

It is because a great range of different people lives here. Different societies give different cultural values and one of them is of course cuisine. If it happens that you are in Wimbledon, you will have a great opportunity to visit some of the places in here. Wimbledon is a very old district, so that is why it has a rich history. While walking down the streets of Wimbledon you can admire some old buildings in which there are a lot of restaurants with delicious food and pubs with mouth-watering beer. If you are in the need of shopping, feel free to go to a local town centre, which offers a wide range of shops and boutiques that you should visit. While being in the Wimbledon you cannot miss the Centre Court! It is possible that you have already heard somewhere about this place because it is world’s famous tennis court!

Wimbledon Championships

The Championships Wimbledon, commonly known simply as Wimbledon. Wimbledon is officially the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the whole world and it’s been held since 1877. Wimbledon is one of the four Grand Slam tournaments together with Australian Open, French Open and US Open. You can find many stars among players that set their foot on the Wimbledon Stadium such as Andre Agassi, Steffi Graf, Boris Becker, Serena Williams and Agnieszka Radwanska. It’s not a bold claim that Wimbledon is a Mecca for tennis fans all over the globe. People managing this huge facility are professionals that have solution for every problem. Some years ago the Centre Court had a problem with a natural phenomenon, which is the rain that disturbed players during the play, but now it has a retractable roof and the problem is over. It is good to know that the Centre Court hosted tennis competitions at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

So if you are in Wimbledon on purpose or even by accident, do not forget to visit this place! It will bring you much fun and you will have some great memories.


The All England Lawn Tennis Club,

Church Road, Wimbledon,

London, SW19 5AE