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How to get to Court n°1 in Paris by Bus, Metro, Train or RER?

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Directions to Court n°1 (Paris) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Court n°1

How to get to Court n°1 by Train?

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Bus stations near Court n°1 in Paris

Station Name Distance
Stade Roland Garros 3 min walk
Fleuriste Municipal 3 min walk
La Tourelle 5 min walk
Place Denfert-Rochereau 9 min walk

Metro stations near Court n°1 in Paris

Station Name Distance
Porte D'Auteuil 10 min walk
Michel-Ange-Molitor 13 min walk

Bus lines to Court n°1 in Paris

Line Name Direction
123 Porte D'Auteuil-Metro
241 Rueil-Malmaison RER
52 Parc de Saint-Cloud
SUBB Hotel de Ville - Les Passages

Questions & Answers

  • What are the closest stations to Court n°1?

    The closest stations to Court n°1 are:

    • Stade Roland Garros is 152 meters away, 3 min walk.
    • Fleuriste Municipal is 160 meters away, 3 min walk.
    • La Tourelle is 341 meters away, 5 min walk.
    • Place Denfert-Rochereau is 594 meters away, 9 min walk.
    • Porte D'Auteuil is 688 meters away, 10 min walk.
    • Michel-Ange-Molitor is 934 meters away, 13 min walk.
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  • Which Train lines stop near Court n°1?

    These Train lines stop near Court n°1: L, U.

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  • Which Metro lines stop near Court n°1?

    These Metro lines stop near Court n°1: 10.

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  • Which Bus lines stop near Court n°1?

    These Bus lines stop near Court n°1: 123, 241, 32, 460, 52, 62, 72.

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  • What time is the first Metro to Court n°1 in Paris?

    The 10 is the first Metro that goes to Court n°1 in Paris. It stops nearby at 6:30 AM.

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  • What time is the last Metro to Court n°1 in Paris?

    The 9 is the last Metro that goes to Court n°1 in Paris. It stops nearby at 2:15 AM.

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  • What time is the first Bus to Court n°1 in Paris?

    The 123 is the first Bus that goes to Court n°1 in Paris. It stops nearby at 6:55 AM.

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  • What time is the last Bus to Court n°1 in Paris?

    The 123 is the last Bus that goes to Court n°1 in Paris. It stops nearby at 1:58 AM.

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Court n°1, Paris
Court n°1, Paris Le court no 1, d'abord appelé court central bis, est un court de tennis du stade Roland-Garros, à Paris, en France. D'une capacité de 3 802 spectateurs, il s'agit du quatrième plus grand court des vingt-quatre que compte l'enceinte sportive, après le court Philippe-Chatrier, le court Suzanne-Lenglen et le court Simonne-Mathieu. Les noms des différents vainqueurs du tournoi sont inscrits en haut du stade. La configuration des tribunes lui donne l'allure d'une arène et du fait de la proximité entre les spectateurs et le terrain, l'ambiance y est souvent très présente et particulière. Il a été construit en 1980 selon une forme arrondie. Le court doit être détruit dans le cadre de la modernisation du stade, en parallèle de la construction du nouveau court Simonne-Mathieu.
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