Heard of Roland-Garros (a.k.a. the French Open)? Of course you have, and you’re now planning to go there this year. However, did you know that you could book your parking space in the Stadium of Roland Garros right now?
Indeed, with Parclick, you can reserve your parking space at the Roland-Garros stadium and the Philippe-Chatrier court in the 16th arrondissement of Paris and in a few minutes you will be watching Grand Slam tennis.
|Number of parkings||14||Parkings in districts nearby the Roland-Garros stadium|
|The best rated||Parkelis Frères Voisin Car Park||Indoor parking|
|The closest to the Stadium||INDIGO - Porte de Saint-Cloud Car Park||Indoor parking|
|The parking with the most reviews||Tour Eiffel Castorama Car Park||Indoor parking; 149 reviews|
Given the size of the crowd expected this year at Roland-Garros, it may be even harder to park during the tournament than to win it! So do not hesitate any longer, compare our parking offers, and book the car park that suits you best. It has never been more convenient to park during Roland-Garros.
To park near Roland Garros, several options are available: the Porte d'Auteuil parking lot is located in the Avenue du Général Sarrail, a few meters from Roland Garros. You will also find the Parking Point-du-Jour on the Place Abel-Gance, which is ideal to get closer to the event. However, don't forget that the Roland Garros event welcomes up to 5,000 visitors, so you will be far from being alone in looking for a parking space nearby. To be sure to have a parking place, Parclick advises you to book in advance your place at the Parking Indigo Porte de Saint-Cloud. It is located at about 15 minutes walking distance from Roland Garros.
Like every year since 1927, the Roland Garros clay tennis court tournament takes place in the Roland Garros stadium at the edge of the Bois de Boulogne.
To get to Roland-Garros by subway, the easiest way is to take line 9 and get off at Michel-Ange Auteuil or Michel-Ange Molitor station. Or, you can also choose to take line 10 and get off at Porte d'Auteuil, Michel-Ange Molitor, Boulogne Jean-Jaurès or Pont de Saint-Cloud. Whichever line you choose, make sure you have a return ticket so that you don't have to queue in front of the machines when you want to go home.
If you are not from the same area and you have specially traveled to go to Roland Garros by train, the easiest way is to arrive at the Paris Montparnasse station. The train station is located about 30 minutes away from Roland Garros by metro. Just take line 6 to La Motte-Picquet-Grenelle to connect to line 10.
Several bus lines provide connections between Paris and the Roland Garros Stadium. You can take the following lines before getting off at the corresponding stop:
The Tournoi de Roland-Garros, known more simply as "Roland-Garros" (not to be confused with the Roland-Garros stadium which gave its name to the event), is an international tennis competition held in the outskirts of Paris, near Porte de Saint-Cloud. The Philippe-Chatrier court is the centre-piece of the tournament, held entirely on a clay tennis court. What is a Grand Slam? A Grand Slam is one of the four main tournaments held throughout the tennis season, which are: Wimbledon, the Australian Open, the US Open and of course Roland-Garros.
Of these four tournaments, Roland-Garros has the highest attendance: more than 450,000 spectators a year. Over the course of nearly a century (it was created in 1925), it has become more and more prominent, now competing with Wimbledon, which is considered the most prestigious Grand Slam tournament.
If you are looking for a parking spot to attend the Roland-Garros Tournament, then look no further: with Parclick, you can reserve your parking space near Roland-Garros at a lower cost, knowing that, in addition, you will be just a few minutes away from the action. So, if you like tennis and you have a car, don’t waste a minute and book your parking space in the 16th arrondissement of Paris!
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