As part of the Rolex Masters, which will be held at the Monte-Carlo Country Club from Saturday April 9th to Sunday April 17th, 2022, an impact on traffic is to be expected.
• From April 9th to 17th, from 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.:
– The circulation of vehicles over 3.5 tonnes, except authorized vehicles, will be prohibited on Boulevard du Larvotto, between the roundabout of Avenue de Grande-Bretagne and the eastern border.
– The circulation of vehicles with a total authorized laden weight of more than 3.5 tonnes will be prohibited on Avenue Princesse Grace between the Saint Roman interchange and Boulevard du Larvotto in both directions.
– The circulation of vehicles with a total authorized laden weight of more than 7.5 tonnes will be permitted on the upstream lane of Avenue Princesse Grace.
• From April 9th to 14th, from 9 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.:
One-way traffic, from Monaco towards Menton, will be established on Boulevard du Larvotto, in its part between the roundabout of Avenue de Grande Bretagne and the eastern border.
Only buses and coaches authorized to park on the lower lane of Boulevard du Larvotto are not subject to this provision.
• Intercity Buses Lines 100 and 110
In the Monaco – Menton direction, the “Saint Roman” stop on lines 100 and 110 will not be served. Users will be invited to refer to the temporary stop set up at the interchange.
In the Monaco – Nice direction, users can refer to the “Saint Roman MC” stop.
On the other hand, the buses of line 110 will not serve Larvotto, in both directions of traffic, from April 9th to 17th. The “Monte Carlo Casino” and “Place des Moulins” stops will therefore serve as substitutes during the tournament.
Traffic disruption aside, above all enjoy the tennis tournament in the unique ambiance of the Principality and its surrounds. The Rolex Monte Carlo Masters is acknowledged as one of the most beautiful tournaments in the world played by the world’s very best tennis professionals.