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How do I get to Court Suzanne Lenglen (Roland-Garros) ?

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Pierre Gomis
Pierre Gomis

Thousands of people descend on Roland Garros each year so luckily there are multiple ways for you to get there – relatively stress free. There are a few Metro stations that are just a short walk away from the complex. If you take Line 9, get off at either ‘Michel-Ange Auteuil’ or ‘Michel-Ange Molitor’. On Line 10 you can stop at ‘Porte d’Auteuil’ or ‘Boulogne Jean-Jaurès’. A handy tip would be to use the Michel-Ange Molitor station when leaving as the rest get very crowded.

Bus lines 22,32,52,62 and 72 all take you very close to the stadium as well. Roland Garros also operates a free shuttle service between many metro stations and the tennis complex!

There are a lot of car parks that patrons can make use of, however these do get very busy so be prepared to wait awhile before snatching a spot. Point-du-jour car park, Porte de Saint-Cloud and Porte d’Auteuil car parks are all linked to the complex by shuttle as well.

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Clément Letou
Clément Letou

Getting to the Court Suzanne Lenglen is easy and the public transport is well organised. Metro lines 9 and 10 will take you 5 minutes away from the court. After, the shuttle will wait for you to take you there. If you prefer buses, you can choose between lines 22, 32, 52, 72, 123 and 241.

If you bet on the car, then be sure to leave before—do not get trapped in the traffic jam, Paris ones are terrible. Shuttles are available from parking as well.

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