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A completely abandoned part of France, here is the route of the Tour de France 2024!

Christian Prudhomme and Marion Rousse revealed the route of the Tour de France for men and women, discover it with us.

The essentials

  • Christian Prudhomme and Marion Rousse revealedé this Wednesday October 25 the official route of the Tour de France 2024 and the Tour de France women.
  • For this 2024 edition, the women's Tour de France will start from the Netherlands and arrive on the French side. from Alpe d'Huez for a total of 946 kilometers.
  •  The men will leave from Florence in Italy while the end of this Tour de France will be completely unprecedented with an arrival at the end of the Tour de France. Nice à the outcome of a time trial due to the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. On the other hand, for the 3rd consecutive year, the West of France is removed from the route.


15:00 – End of live!

Thank you for following us for the announcement of this Tour de France 2024 route! For the first time, the Tour leaves Italy and will exceptionally arrive in Italy. Nice, due to the Olympic Games à Paris. The Southern Alps, the Côte-d'Or and the central departments are highlighted. honor, while the North and the West are absent from this plot.

14:40 – The Massif Central as turning point ?

This year, the Massif Central could also make big differences, even if a only one step takes place. The profile doesn't look like much, but has more than 4000 meters of vertical drop. positive and could be fatal in the event of failure.

14:20 – The key stages

In addition to the times on stages 7 and 21, many The mountainous stages will widen the gaps between favorites. After a Great Departure already hilly, stage 4 will be formidable, with the Col du Galibier. The 14th stage, between Pau and Saint-Lary-Soulan, then stage 15 arriving at the Plateau de Beille, will also be turning points in this stage. dition. Finally, stages 19 and 20 will be the queen stages, with arrivals at the summit at Isola2000 and at the Col de la Couillole, before the final time trial.

14:00 – The center of France put &agrave ; honor

After the first day of rest, on July 8, the Tour will descend towards the Pyrenees crossing the Loiret, the Cher, the Creuse , Cantal then Lot-et-Garonne between the 10th and 12th stage. In detail, the 10th will link Orléans and Saint-Amand-Montrond, the 11th Evaux-les-Bains and Lioran, and the 12th Aurillac and Villeneuve-sur-Lot.

13:40 – A final, unpublished step

The Tour will end with a time trial which could be legendary, like in 1989 between Greg LeMond and Laurent Fignon. But this time, it will take place between Monaco and Nice and will be hilly, with the passage to Nice. la Turbie and Col d'Eze.

13:20 – A Tour of the South ?

The Tour de France 2024 leaves from Italy and arrives à Nice, and will not go further north than Troyes. The West is also absent from the route. On the other hand, there will be three stages in Côte-d'Or and an important passage in the Massif Central. The Pyrenees are present as usual, and the Southern Alps are highlighted. honor.

13:15 – A Dantesque 4th stage

From the fourth day, the riders will have to climb the Sestrières and Galibier passes, with a short stage between Pinerolo and Valloire.

13:04 – A 2nd step for punchers!

A completely abandoned part of France, here is the route of the Tour de France 2024!

13:04 – The 1st step is difficult

A completely abandoned part of France, here is the route of the Tour de France 2024!

  • Saturday June 29 – Stage 1: Florence/Rimini
  • Sunday June 30 – Stage 2: Cesenatico/Bologna
  • Monday July 1 – Step 3: Piacenza/Turin
  • Tuesday July 2 – Stage 4: Pinerolo/Valloire
  • Wednesday July 3 – Step 5: Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne/Saint Vulbas
  • Thursday July 4 – Step 6: Mâcon/Dijon
  • Friday July 5 – Stage 7: Gevrey-Chambertin/Nuits-Saint-Georges
  • Saturday July 6 – Step 8: Semur-en-Auxois/Troyes
  • Sunday July 7 – Stage 9: Colombey-les-Deux-Églises/Troyes
  • 1st day of rest – Monday July 8
  • Tuesday July 9 – Stage 10: Orléans/Saint-Amand-Montrond
  • Wednesday July 10 – Stage 11: Evaux-les-Bains/Le Lioran
  • Thursday July 11 – Step 12: Aurillac/Villeneuve-sur-Lot
  • Friday July 12 – Step 13: Agen/Pau
  • Saturday July 13 – Stage 14: Pau/Saint-Lary-Soulan Pla d'Adet
  • Sunday July 14 – Step 15: Loudenvielle/Plateau de Beille
  • 2nd day of rest – Monday July 15
  • Tuesday July 16 – Step 16: Gruissan /N&icir;mes
  • Wednesday July 17 – Stage 17: Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux/SuperDévoluy
  • Thursday July 18 – Stage 18: Gap/Barcelonnette
  • Friday July 19 – Step 19: Embrun/Isola2000
  • Saturday July 20 – Stage 20: Nice/Col de la Couillole
  • Sunday July 21 – Stage 21: Monaco/Nice

12:52 – The 38th anniversary for Nice

Nice welcomes Tour de France for the 38th time. The city notably organized two Great Departures, including that of 2020 during the pandemic.

12:48 – Christian Estrosi begins his speech

The mayor of Nice, who exceptionally welcomes the arrival in this year of the Olympic Games & Paris, thanks the Minister of Sports, Am&lie Oudéa-Castéra, the President of the UCI David Lappartient, and the President of ;ASO, Jean-Etienne Amaury.

12:43 – The first steps

We already know the journey of the first three stages, which were followed revealed a few weeks ago. Here they are:

  • Saturday June 29 – Stage 1: Florence-Firenze/Rimini
  • Sunday June 30 – Stage 2: Cesenatico/Bologna
  • Monday July 1 – Step 3: Piacenza/Turin

12:38 – The President of the Emilia-Romagna region

Stefano Bonaccini, President of the region hosting the first stages of the Tour de France 2024, thanks ASO and the people who made this possible unprecedented departure.


Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116