CHRISTMAS OFFER Subscribe to France Magazines today CLICK HERE

Tour de France route announced for 2019… and it’s higher than ever before

PUBLISHED: 11:38 26 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:53 31 October 2018

The Tour de France image copyright A.S.O

The Tour de France image copyright A.S.O

A.S.O

The full route of the 2019 Tour de France was announced in Paris on 25 October

The route of the 2019 Tour de France was announced on 25 October 2018 at the Palais des Congres in Paris. Starting on 6 July in Brussels, this 106th edition of the race, which celebrates 100 years of the prestigious yellow jersey looks set to be one of the highest ever, with three of the race’s five mountain top finishes located at over 2000m. The race will also include the highest finishing line in the event’s history.

It’s not just about the big climbs though, as the route also includes a greater number of lower category climbs, designed to open up the competition and encourage combativity, with less emphasis on time trial stages. It promises to be as exciting an event as ever.

Here is our guide to the 2019 Tour de France route, to help you choose where best to watch the action.

6 July Stage 1 – 192km Brussels Grand Départ

7 July Stage 2 – 27km Brussels Team Time Trial

8 July Stage 3 – 214km Binche to Épernay

9 July Stage 4 – 215km Reims to Nancy

10 July Stage 5 – 169km Saint-Dié-des Vosges to Colmar

11 July Stage 6 – 157km Mulhouse to La Planche des Belles Filles

12 July Stage 7 – 230km Belfort to Chalon-sur-Saône

13 July Stage 8 – 199km Mâcon to Saint-Étienne

14 July Stage 9 – 170km Saint-Étienne to Brioude

15 July Stage 10 – 218km Saint-Flour to Albi

16 July Rest Day in Albi

17 July Stage 11 – 167km Albi to Toulouse

18 July Stage 12 – 202km Toulouse to Bagnères-de-Bigorre

19 July Stage 13 – 27km Pau Time Trial

20 July Stage 14 – 117km Tarbes to Tourmalet

21 July Stage 15 – 185km Limoux to Foix

22 July Rest Day in Nîmes

23 July Stage 16 – 177km Nîmes to Nîmes

24 July Stage 17 – 206km Pont du Gard to Gap

25 July Stage 18 – 207km Embrun to Valloire

26 July Stage 19 – 123km Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne to Tignes

27 July Stage 20 – 131km Albertville to Val Thorens

28 July Stage 21 – 127km Rambouillet to Paris Champs-Élysées

www.letour.fr

Article by France Magazine France Magazine

Subscribe today

Newsletter Sign Up

Sign up to the following newsletters:

Sign up to receive our regular email newsletter

Our Privacy Policy

France Forum

Questions about France? Visit our free France forum to get help and advice from thousands of other Francophiles and expats. Topics include: property, tax, law, travelling, pets, education, healthcare and much more.

Join the forum

Most Read

Join us on social media

France magazine
Living France magazine
French Property News magazine

Enter our competitions

Win books, DVDs, travel and even holidays in France in our great competitions! Take a look at our latest competitions…

Enter now