Access to the Orange Velodrome Stadium

during the 2023 Rugby World Cup

Find all the practical information to go to the Orange Velodrome stadium during the 2023 Rugby World Cup : by métro, bus, tramway or with soft mobility, we will tell you everything!

Access to the stadium by métro

With a reinforced frequency 2 hours before and extended after the end of the match, the métro is a fast and efficient way to get to the stadium. 2 stations are close to the stadium and are located on line 2 of the metro (red) :

  • Station «Rond-Point du Prado» : preferential stop for spectators from the Jean Bouin and Virage Nord -Patrice de Peretti stands. ENTRY 1
  • Station «Sainte-Marguerite Dromel» : preferential stop for spectators from the Ganay and Virage Sud -Chevalier Roze stands ENTRANCE 2

Opening hours: from 4:30 am to 12:30 am

Access to the stadium by bus

Located in the city center, the Orange Velodrome is served by many bus lines and stops. Bus lines 83, 19 and 21 from the city center -“Vieux Port” or “Castellane”.

Discover a simple and economical way to get around the city.

Opening hours : from 5am to 9pm

Good to know

You can buy your tickets at metro stations, tramway stops, some bus stops or directly from the bus driver. You can use the same ticket for the bus, métro and tramway, within the limit of 1 hour. For fans wishing to explore the city, we offer CityPasses that go from 1 to 3 days which allows access to the entire transport network and certain monuments or museums such as the Mucem and the Château d’If.

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  • 33€* 48h
  • 38€* 72h
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