Match at Wimbledon
Wimbledon is the most iconic tennis tournament on the planet. And whether you’re a big tennis fan or not, attending a match is on many people’s bucket list. The All England Club games began back in 1877, and since, they’ve continued to draw crowds who appreciate the intimacy of few onlookers while watching the tennis giants compete. For the past few years, fans and enthusiasts have flocked to the games to see big names like Roger Federer continue on his reign — drawing attendance from royalty like Prince William and Princess Kate to athletes like David Beckham and even movie stars like Bradley Cooper. From the world-class athletes to the A-list crowd, attending a Wimbledon match is as bucket list worthy as it gets.
The easiest way to Wimbledon is to fly into the London Heathrow Airport, the second busiest airport in the world. Flights into this airport are absolutely endless so your itinerary will fit in easily when flying through Heathrow from Newcastle, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Liverpool. After that, you have a few options to get to the town of Wimbledon. You can take the tube on the District Line – your stop will be called “Southfields Station.”Australian citizens can travel from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Gold coast, Cairns, and Canberra. You can also rent a vehicle from the airport or use any of the shuttle services available from London.