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prepare your visit




To facilitate your access to the Roland-Garros venue and to ensure that you make the most out of your experience, consult the adjacent video to get a few important things to remember.


Please find here the stadium edge of Roland-Garros 2017.





Visitors are prohibited from entering the stadium carrying bottles (glass or plastic) with a volume of more than 1.5 litres or sharp or blunt objects that could be used as a projectile.

Find here the non-exhaustive list of forbidden objets in the stadium.

For obvious safety reasons, security pat-downs and bag checks will be carried out at the stadium entrances.


Fire Security & Emergency Office

In proximity of staircase 12 of court Philippe-Chatrier.

 Bus and Metro


Line 9: Mairie de Montreuil - Pont de Sèvres (stations: Michel-Ange Auteuil, Michel-Ange Molitor).
Line 10: Gare d'Austerlitz - Boulogne (stations: Porte d'Auteuil or Boulogne Jean-Jaurès).
Each subway runs every 5min on average.
Save time: don't forget to buy your return ticket when you get off the metro in order to avoid delay.
When leaving the stadium, choose Michel-Ange Molitor station (lines 9 and 10) to avoid the queues that often build up at other stations.


Line 22: Opéra - Porte de Saint-Cloud (stop: Michel-Ange Auteuil).
Line 32: Gare de l'Est - Porte d'Auteuil (last stop).
Line 52: Opéra - Pont de Saint-Cloud (stop: Porte d'Auteuil or La Tourelle).
Line 62: Cours de Vincennes - Porte de Saint-Cloud (last stop).
Line 72: Hôtel de Ville - Pont de Saint-Cloud (stop: La Tourelle).
Line 123: Porte d'Auteuil - Mairie d'Issy (stop: Roland-Garros).
Line 241: Suresnes - Porte d'Auteuil (stop: Suzanne-Lenglen).
PC1: Petite Ceinture (stops: Porte d'Auteuil, Porte Molitor or Porte de Saint-Cloud).

Please note: for security reasons, bus lines 123 and 241 have been diverted during the 2016 French Open.

Line 123:
From 8am to 8pm -> Alternative travel routes are in place and fewer buses are running between the Porte d'Auteuil and Gambetta stops. 75% of buses are running between the Mairie d'Issy and Gambetta stops.* Only 25% of buses are running between the Mairie d'Issy and Porte d'Auteuil stops. The following stops are closed: Rue des Pins and Stade RG. The alternative travel route includes the La Tourelle and Denfert Rochereau stops on line 52.
From 8pm to 8am -> Normal service

Line 241: There are no diversions in place on line 241 but the Suzanne Lenglen and Fleuriste Municipal stops are closed for security reasons (due to the barricades currently in place).

Click here to find the transportation map of Roland-Garros 2017. 

Cars (Carshare/Parking)


For those of you coming to the tournament by car, have you considered how fun car-pooling might be? Potential drivers and passengers can visit the website to get in touch with other fans going to the stadium.

There are 20 car park spots reserved each day for car-poolers at the Pelouse de St Cloud car park, so don’t forget to mention this when you arrive!


If you are coming by car, there are several car parks which are linked to the stadium by the free Roland-Garros shuttle service:

P7 car park Pelouse de Saint-Cloud Bois de Boulogne:
Address: Chemin de Ceinture du Lac Inférieur, 75016 Paris.

Access via the Porte de Passy exit on the "périphérique extérieur" Paris orbital.

Porte d'Auteuil car park (Carrefour):
Address: 1-3, avenue du Général-Sarrail, 75016 Paris.

Point-du-Jour car park:
Address: Place Abel-Gance, 92200 Boulogne-Billancourt.

Porte de Saint-Cloud car park:
Address: 2, avenue de la Porte de Saint-Cloud, 75016 Paris.

Access via the garage.

Parchamp car park:
Address: 7 ter, rue du Parchamp 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt.

Please find attached the transportation, free shuttles & car parks map

Parking tickets and vehicles being towed away are regular occurrences for those who park illegally during the tournament. 
Make sure you park correctly to avoid disappointment.

Roland-Garros Shuttles

Free official shuttles courtesy of Perrier provide a continuous service between the stadium edge, the car parks and the nearest metro stations. 

Three shuttle lines are available as well as a vehicle which has been specially adapted for wheelchair users.

Find out the 2017 location of the various stops and shuttles schedules: click here.

Please ask one of our welcome staff should you require any extra help!

Velib' / autolib'
Seven "Vélib" bike hire stands can be found around the stadium:
  • 76 rue d'Auteuil, 75016 Paris.
  • Allée des Fortifications, 75016 Paris.
  • Place de la Porte de Molitor, 75016 Paris.
  • 35 rue Molitor, 75016 Paris.
  • 5 Place Denfert-Rochereau, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt.
  • 2 Boulevard Jean-Jaurès, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
  • 11 rue du Transvaal, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt.

Five "Autolib'" car hire stands can be  found around the stadium:
  • 4 boulevard Anatole France, 92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
  • 1 avenue du Général Sarrail, 75016 Paris
  • 1 Boulevard Murat, 75016 Paris
  • 77 Boulevard Exelmans, 75016 Paris
  • 55 rue d'Auteuil, 75016 Paris


Please find here the transportation, free shuttles & cars parks map.

Two-Wheeler Parking

 There are several stands available for bikes and motorbikes:

- Porte d'Auteuil
- Porte Molitor
- Boulogne

Car park scooters, motorbikes and bikes on the pavements around the stadium are STRICTLY forbidden. Fines will be issued and bikes may be impounded.

Discover the transportation map here. 

from airport 
  • Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle
Public transport 
RER B – metro 10   (about 1h30 ; 9.75€)
Take the RER B until Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame (direction Saint-Rémy-Lès-Chevreuse),
Metro 10 until Porte d’Auteuil (direction Boulogne-Pont-de-Saint-Cloud).
The bus direct (line 4) – metro 12 – metro 10 (about 1h45, depending on the traffic; 18.9€)
Take the bus direct line 4 until Montparnasse,
Metro 12 until Sèvres-Babylone (direction Front Populaire),
Metro 10 until Porte d’Auteuil (direction Boulogne-Pont-de-Saint-Cloud).
(Between 40 min and 1h, depending on the traffic; 50€ minimum)
Follow the signs "Taxi" to the airport and take official taxis.
  • Orly
Public transport
Orly val – RER B – metro 10   (About 1h20; 12.05€)
Take the Orly val until Antony,
RER B until Saint-Michel-Notre-Dame (direction aéroport Charles-de-Gaulle),
Metro 10 until Porte d’Auteuil (direction Boulogne-Pont-de-Saint-Cloud).
Orly bus – metro 6 – metro 10   (about 1h10, depending on the traffic; 9.6€)
Take the Orly Bus until Denfert-Rochereau,
Metro 6 until Motte-Picquet-Grenelle (direction Charles-de-Gaulle-Etoile),
Metro 10 until Porte d’Auteuil (direction Boulogne-Pont-de-Saint-Cloud).
(Between 30 min and 1h, depending on the traffic; 30€ minimum)
Follow the signs "Taxi" to the airport and take official taxis. 

A temporary taxi station available during the Tournament is located allée de la Reine Marguerite: GPS 48.849000 / 2.242009

You can also easily access to several taxi stations in Paris by clicking here (in French).

Coach Parking

 Coming by coach? Find out how to ease your arrival.

No later than May 15: send date and approximative hour of your arrival and your plate number to:

Dowload the coaches procedure by clicking here (in French).

Disabled People

Make your arrival as easy as possible to ensure that you enjoy your day at Roland-Garros.

Bookings for wheelchair users

Specific booking conditions are available to make access easier to the areas set aside on the show courts for wheelchair users.

Click here to see these conditions in detail.

Getting to the stadium for persons of reduced mobility

A free Peugeot Roland-Garros shuttle which has been converted for wheelchair users is available for general public ticket holders who wish to get to and from Roland-Garros stadium. It can run on any of the lines on request and will drop off persons of reduced mobility opposite Gate I – Suzanne-Lenglen.

The nearest car parks to the stadium are located over 500 metres away. Car park P7 – Pelouse de Saint-Cloud has spots which will be specially reserved for you.

A short-term drop-off zone will be made available in front of Gate I - Suzanne-Lenglen, 8 boulevard d'Auteuil, on presentation of a disability card. Gate I is the most suitable for entering in the stadium due to the configuration of the gate and the boulevard d'Auteuil. Wheelchair users can enter in the stadium directly without going through the queue on the sidewalk.

This does not in any case represent a parking permission in the close proximity of the stadium, any offense can be liable to a fine.

Please find here the access plan for persons of reduced mobility.