2020 Tour de France
June 27 - July 19
The 107th edition of the Tour de France will see the Grand Départ take place in Nice, the second time the city has hosted the start of the Tour (the other being 1981). The 2019 race was won by the Colombian, Egan Bernal (see below) who won the title from his Team Ineos teammate, Geraint Thomas who finished in second place.
2020 Tour de France Route
The 2020 route has been unveiled, with the Grand Départ in Nice. A guide to visiting Nice is available by clicking here.
Stage 3 (Monday 29th June 2020) – Nice to Sisteron
Stage 4 (Tuesday 30th June 2020) – Sisteron to Orcières-Merlette
Stage 5 (Wednesday 1st July 2020) – Gap to Privas
Stage 6 (Thursday 2nd July 2020) – Le Teil to Mont Aigoual
Stage 7 (Friday 3rd July 2020) – Millau to Lavaur
Stage 8 (Saturday 4th July 2020) – Cazères to Loudenvielle
Stage 9 (Sunday 5th July 2020) – Pau to Laruns
Stage 10 (Tuesday 7th July 2020) –Île d’Oléron to Île de Ré
Stage 11 (Wednesday 8th July 2020) – Châtelaillon-Plage to Poitiers
Stage 12 (Thursday 9th July 2020) – Chauvigny to Sarran
Stage 13 (Friday 10th July 2020) – Châtel-Guyon to Puy Mary
Stage 14 (Saturday 11th July 2020) – Clermont-Ferrand to Lyon
Stage 15 (Sunday 12th July 2020) – Lyon to Grand Colombier
Stage 16 (Tuesday 14th July 2020) – La Tour-du-Pin to Villard-de-Lans
Stage 17 (Wednesday 15th July 2020) – Grenoble to Méribel (Col de la Loze)
Stage 18 (Thursday 16th July 2020) – Méribel to La Roche-sur-Foron
Stage 19 (Friday 17th July 2020) – Bourg-en-Bresse to Champagnole
Stage 20 (Saturday 18th July 2020) – Lure to La Planche des Belles Filles
Stage 21 (Sunday 19th July 2020) – Mantes-la-Jolie to Paris (Champs-Élysées)
Further information on the 2020 route can be accessed on the official website here.
Tour de France – Guide
Travelling to France
There are major airports in Paris, Nice, Lyon, Marseille and Toulouse among others.