Allez! The 2011 Tour de France


2011 Tour de France

Allez! It’s almost time for the Tour de France – at least if you’re planning your trip to France for this July 2-24. Below you’ll find lots of links about how and where to watch the race in France, how to get around in France during the race, things that make this year’s race interesting, and much, much more. And, here’s each stage of the 2011 Tour de France:

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  • July 2 – 1st stage: Passage du Gois > Mont des Alouettes Les Herbiers* (191km)
  • July 3 – 2nd stage: Les Essarts >Les Essarts, (23km team time trial)
  • July 4 – 3rd stage: Olonne-sur-Mer* > Redon* (198km)
  • July 5 – 4th stage: Lorient – Mûr-de-Bretagne* (172km)
  • July 6 – 5th stage: Carhaix* > Cap Fréhel* (158km)
  • July 7 – 6th stage: Dinan > Lisieux (226km)
  • July 8 – 7th stage: Le Mans > Châteauroux (215km)
  • July 9 – 8th stage: Aigurande > Super-Besse Sancy (190km)
  • July 10 – 9th stage: Issoire > Saint-Flour (208km)
  • July 11 – Rest day in Le Lioran Cantal
  • July 12 – 10th stage: Aurillac > Carmaux* (161km)
  • July 13 – 11th stage: Blaye-les-Mines* > Lavaur (168km)
  • July 14 – 12th stage: Cugnaux* > Luz-Ardiden (209km)
  • July 15 – 13th stage: Pau > Lourdes (156km)
  • July 16 – 14th stage: Saint-Gaudens > Plateau de Beille (168km)
  • July 17 – 15th stage: Limoux* > Montpellier (187km)
  • July 18 – Rest day in the Département de la Drôme
  • July 19 – 16th stage: Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux* > Gap (163km)
  • July 20 – 17th stage: Gap > Pinerolo, Italy* (179km)
  • July 21 – 18th stage: Pinerolo > Galibier Serre-Chevalier* (189km)
  • July 22 – 19th stage: Modane Valfréjus* > L’Alpe d’Huez (109km)
  • July 23 – 20th stage: Grenoble > Grenoble (41km individual time trial)
  • July 24 – 21st stage: Créteil > Paris (160km)

*One of the 15 new cities on the Tour de France route this year.