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Tour de France 2024: the route map and profile of the 21 stages

Christian Prudhomme revealed this Wednesday, October 25, the route of the Tour de France 2024.

The route for the 2024 edition of the Tour de France has been updated. unveiling this October 25 from the Palais des Congrès à Paris. For the first time, arrival will be at Nice because of the Olympic Games à Paris. The departure will be for the first time in Italy, and more precisely in Italy. Florence. For this very special edition, the Tour de France will start from Italy for the first time in its history. "The Tour started from all the countries bordering France. He even left the Netherlands six times, which does not have a common border with France. But he has never left Italy yet. There is a sort of incongruity here. which will disappear", howé Christian Prudhomme. In total, there will be three stages in Italy to launch the 2024 edition. The first stage will take place on June 29 and will connect Florence & Rimini. 

The rest of the Tour gives pride of place to à the Côte-d'Or. The 4th stage linking France to France Italy will go through the Col du Galibier before two transition stages, to arrive at the Col du Galibier. Dijon on July 4. The 7th stage will be an individual time trial in the vineyards of the region. Then the runners will head towards Troyes.

The Center à honor before the Pyrenees

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. The 13th stage will take place between Agen and Pau. The 14th stage will finally be mountainous, between Pau and Pla d'Adet à Saint-Lary-Soulan. The 15th stage, on the day of the national holiday of July 14, will connect Loudenvielle in the Hautes-Pyrénées to the Beille plateau via the passes of Peyresourde and Portillon in particular. July 15 will be the second and last day of rest.

The Southern Alps in final bouquet

The runners will leave from Gruissan in Aude to arrive at Nˆmes after a stage which could be windy along the coast. Serious things will resume the next day with an arrival at the airport. Super Dévoluy in the Hautes-Alpes. The 18th stage will connect Gap & Barcelonnette, before arriving at Isola2000 the next day.

Two new final stages

After 110 editions concluded  é Paris with very often a fairly boring stage promised to sprinters, this Tour de France 2024 offers a breath of fresh air. with a time trial on July 21 in Nice and a final mountain stage the day before. The 20th step will look like this. a stage from Paris-Nice with arrival at the top of the Col de la Couillole. In detail, the stage will launch from Nice and will see four consecutive climbs: Col de Braus (10km & 6.6%), Col de Turini (20.7km & 5.7km) %), the Col de la Colmiane (7.5 km & 7.1 %) then the Col de la Couillole (15.7 km & 7.1 %). nbsp;%), all in " only " 132 km. Enough to shake up the general ranking 24 hours from arrival. The next day, no stroll on the Promenade des Anglais. For the more nostalgic, this will be the first time that the Tour has ended on a time trial since the outcome of 1989 where the Frenchman Laurent Fignon had lost the yellow jersey by eight seconds, the narrowest gap in history, against the Frenchman Laurent Fignon. American Greg Lemond. The stage will take place between Monaco and Nice, a 35 kilometer long route with several climbs such as the Turbie (8.1). km &at 5.6 %) then a portion of the Col d'Eze (1.6 km &at 8.1 %) before the long descent towards the Promenade des Anglais à Nice.

What are the dates for Tour de France 2024 ?

The Tour de France 2024 will take place from Saturday June 29 to Sunday July 21, 2024.

Tour de France map

Here is the Tour de France map with a strong southern accent for this 2024 edition

The profile of the 21 steps

Here are the 21 stages of the Tour de France 2024 with all the cities which will host the start or finish of a ' ;eacute;step.

  • Saturday June 29 – Stage 1: Florence-Firenze/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 (time trial)
  • Saturday July 6 – Step 8: Semur-en-Auxois/Colombey-les-Deux-Églises
  • Sunday July 7 – Stage 9: Troyes/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 (132 km)
  • Sunday July 21 – Stage 21: Monaco/Nice (35km)
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