Chauffeur Service for Roland Garros

The French Open, also known as Roland-Garros, is a Grand Slam tennis tournament played on clay, inaugurated in 1891 as the French Championships. The tournament takes place in Paris, at the Roland-Garros stadium, since 1928.

Organized by the French Tennis Federation (FFT), it is held between the last week of May and the first week of June, being the second Grand Slam of the year after the Australian Open, and before Wimbledon and the US Open. It is the only Grand Slam played on clay since the US Open abandoned this surface in 1978.

The tournament started with a few participants and has grown to attract the world's top players. Originally reserved for members of French clubs, it became international, with the first edition featuring only five players. The slow surface of Roland-Garros requires endurance and resilience, making this tournament one of the most demanding. Roland-Garros symbolizes excellence in tennis, reflecting sports and social evolutions.

Fun Fact: Rafael Nadal holds the record for the most victories with fourteen titles, underscoring his mastery on clay.

When and where does Roland Garros 2024 take place?

The 2024 edition of Roland Garros will be held from May 20 to June 9 in Paris, at the Roland-Garros stadium, located in the 16th arrondissement. This key moment in the tennis season draws participants and spectators from around the world.

Getting to Roland Garros by car

Parking near the stadium is reserved for local residents. Paid public parking is available near the Mandatory Passage Points:

  • Porte d'Auteuil Parking (Carrefour),
  • Point-du-Jour Parking,
  • Porte de Saint-Cloud Parking (service station), and
  • Parchamp Parking.

Need a private chauffeur to go to Roland Garros?

For a more comfortable and stress-free experience, opt for a private chauffeur with First Prestige Paris. Available 24/7, this company offers high-end services with a fleet of prestigious vehicles such as Mercedes Class E, Class V, Class S, and Mercedes Maybach.

Book through their booking page, by phone at +33 6 86 32 83 36, or by email at Third-party drop-offs and pickups are prohibited around the stadium, but minute drop-off points are available at the PPOs.

VIP Transport for Roland Garros

First Prestige Paris also offers a luxury chauffeur service for your VIP transport to prestigious visitors heading to Roland Garros. This service includes airport transfers, provisions, sightseeing tours, and more. Everything is designed to offer a tailored and exclusive travel experience.

For rates and more details, check their rates page.

chauffeur Class E or Equivalent
Class Business

Class E or Equivalent
3p. max — 3 max
chauffeur Class V or Equivalent
Class V

Class V or Equivalent
7p. max — 7 max
chauffeur Class S or Equivalent
Class First

Class S or Equivalent
3p. max — 3 max

Getting to Roland Garros by public transport

Access to Roland Garros requires passing through one of the 3 Mandatory Passage Points (PPO) to access the stadium gates. The use of public transport is highly recommended.

Getting to Roland Garros by Metro

The lines 9 (stations Michel-Ange Auteuil and Michel-Ange Molitor) and 10 (stations Porte d'Auteuil, Michel-Ange Molitor, Boulogne Jean-Jaurès, and Pont de Saint-Cloud) serve the Roland-Garros stadium.

Getting to Roland Garros by Bus

The bus lines 22, 32, 52, 62, 72, 123, 241, 260, and PC provide easy access to the PPOs.

Getting to Roland Garros by Tramway

The tram also offers an interesting alternative with line T3a passing through Porte d'Auteuil, providing an easy connection with other public transport modes.

Practical Information

For a hassle-free visit to Roland Garros, always check the traffic conditions and public transport schedules before you leave. Also, ensure you have your tickets and a valid ID for security checks at the stadium entrance. First Prestige Paris services, available throughout the Île-de-France region, offer optimal mobility with amenities such as universal chargers, water bottles, WIFI access, confectionery, child boosters, magazines, and payment terminals on board for your comfort.