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Tour de France 2017

The route through Luxembourg

The Tour de France "peloton” will cross Luxembourg on Monday 3rd July 2017.

Coming from Verviers in Belgium, the Tour’s third stage will go 115km from north to south, entering at Schmiede and leaving near Esch-sur-Alzette.

After their arrival in the Grand Duchy near Wemperhardt, the riders will call at Wincrange, Wiltz, Esch-sur-Sûre and Eschdorf where King Of The Mountains points will be on offer. They will then move on to Grosbous, Reichlange, Saeul, Tuntange, Dondelange, Kehlen, Mamer, Dippach, and Schouweiler, with the final leg via Mondercange, Foetz, Schifflange, and Esch-sur-Alzette, before crossing the border into France.

Programme in the different villages during the Tour de France
 


Mondorf-les-Bains "ville de depart", then passing through Schengen

The following day, Tuesday 4th July, there will be a further 11km loop in Luxembourg near the Moselle river. Starting in Mondorf-les-Bains, the fourth stage will end in Vittel, in the French Vosges hills.

Burmerange, Remerschen and Schengen will be further Luxembourgish ports of call, before the Tour moves into France and Contz-les-Bains.


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Mondorf-les-Bains programme

Saturday, 1 July (15.00 - 20.00)

  • Public viewing – the Grand Départ from Düsseldorf
  • Exhibition: Fränk & Andy (Fanclub)​
     

Sunday, 2 July

  • Public viewing (Düsseldorf - Liège): 11.00
  • Äddi Fränk & Andy: 13.30
  • Start of Tour festivities
  • Exhibition Fränk & Andy (Fanclub)
  • Bike Festival (La Fête du Vélo): 14.00 - 22.00
  • Start: 14.00
  • Route closed: 14.00 - 18.00
  • Music, DJ, Concerts
  • Street party
     

Monday, 3 July

  • Public viewing (Verviers – Longwy): 14.00
  • Arrival of primary classes: 15.00
  • Music, DJ, Concerts
  • Street party
  • Arrival of Tour "caravan": 18.00 - 22.00
     

Tuesday, 4 July

  • Coffee, croissants: 7.00
  • Public viewing: 12.00
  • Mondorf-les-Bains – Vittel
  • Departure Mondorf-les-Bains
  • Departure of Tour de France from Mondorf-les-Bains: 13.50
  • Street party: 13.00 - 22.00
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The stages of the 104th edition of the Tour de France from 01/07/2017 to 23/07/2017

Stage Type Date Departure / Arrival Distance
1 Individual time trial Sa 01/07/2017 Düsseldorf / Düsseldorf 13km
2 Flat stage Sa 01/07/2017 Düsseldorf / Liège 202km
3 Flat stage Mo 03/07/2017 Verviers / Longwy 202km
4 Flat stage Tu 04/07/2017 Mondorf-les-Bains / Vittel 203km
5 Hilly stage We 05/07/2017 Vittel / La Planche des Belles Filles 160km
6 Flat stage Th 06/07/2017 Vesoul / Troyes 216km
7 Flat stage Fr 07/07/2017 Troyes / Nuits-Saint-Georges 214km
8 Hilly stage Sa 08/07/2017 Dole / Station des Rousses 187km
9 Hilly stage Su 09/07/2017 Nantua / Chambéry 181km
  Rest day Mo 10/07/2017 Dordogne /

 



Le parcours en 3D / The route in 3D
 

Stage Type Date Departure / Arrival Distance
10 Flat stage Tu 11/07/2017 Périgueux / Bergerac 178km
11 Flat stage We 12/07/2017 Eymet / Pau 202km
12 Hilly stage Th 13/07/2017 Pau / Peyragudes 214km
13 Hilly stage Fr 14/07/2017 Saint-Girons / Foix 100km
14 Flat stage Sa 15/07/2017 Blagnac / Rodez 181km
15 Hilly stage Su 16/07/2017 Laissac-Sévérac l'Église / Le Puy-en-Velay 189km
  Rest Day Mo 17/07/2017 Le Puy-en-Velay /
16 Flat stage Tu 18/07/2017 Le Puy-en-Velay / Romans-sur-Isère 214km
17 Hilly stage We 19/07/2017 La Mure / Serre-Chevalier 187km
18 Hilly stage Th 20/07/2017 Briançon / Izoard 181km
19 Flat stage Fr 21/07/2017 Embrun / Salon-de-Provence 220km
20 Individual time trial Sa 22/07/2017 Marseille / Marseille 23km
21 Flat stage Su 23/07/2017 Montgeron / Paris Champs-Élysées 105km