Barcelona Travel Guide
Tennis and Squash
Centre Municipal de Tennis Vall d'Hebron. The Olympic tennis facilities here are open daily 8 am–11 pm. Clay courts costs €22 per hour; hard courts €18. Passeig Vall d'Hebron 178–196, Vall d'Hebron, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08035. 93/427–6500. www.fctennis.cat/act/act_bcn. Clay courts €22/hr, hard courts €18/hr (lights €6). Daily 8 am–11 pm. Vall d'Hebron, Mundet.
Complejo Deportivo Can Caralleu. A 20-minute walk uphill from the Reina Elisenda subway stop, Can Caralleu has hard surface tennis courts, a soccer pitch and running track, two pools, a fitness center—and even a climbing wall. It's open daily 8 am to 11 pm. A one-day membership (€13.25) provides unlimited court time (as available), and the use of all other facilities. Carrer Esports 2–8, Pedralbes, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08017. 93/203–7874. www.cemcancaralleu.cat. Daily 8 am–11 pm. Reina Elisenda (FGC).
Trofeo Godó – Open Seat. Barcelona's main tennis tournament, held in late April, is a clay-court event long considered a French Open warm-up. For tickets to this event, consult with the Reial Club de Tenis de Barcelona or the tournament website beginning in late February. Tickets may also be obtained at www.servicaixa.com. Carrer de Bosch i Gimpera 21, Pedralbes, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08034. 93/2037852. www.barcelonaopenbancsabadell.com.