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Lyon
Geneva
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Alpe d'Huez
Neuchatel, Switzerland
France

Tour de France Women Cycling Holiday (Tour code: 13696)

Starts and Ends
La Chaux-de-Fonds to
Lyon
Travel Periods
14 August 2024
Experience
Travel Style
Active Holiday Packages
Dive into the excitement of the Tour de France Women's race, experiencing the Swiss stages and culminating in a dramatic finish in the Alps, including the iconic climb to Alpe d'Huez!

Highlights

Gain exclusive access to the sign-in area for pro teams in the VIP Departure Village. Meet legendary cyclists, media, and event officials before the stage starts.

Experience the excitement of the Tour de France at the VIP area on Izoard finish line in Alpe d'Huez and witness the live arrival of the Tour de France in 2024.

Some of the exciting aspects of this Tour de France route include the stunning Alps, the picturesque town of Annecy, and iconic mountain passes like Alpe d'Huez, Col du Galibier, Col du Télégraphe, Col de la Croix de Fer, and Col du Glandon.

Support for Biking Tour with Van: all of our vans are capable of accommodating the driver and 8 participants in a comfortable manner. 

Van Tour Guide assistance: daily route planning and bike preparation, provision of picnics and wholesome snacks, transportation and assistance during excursions.

7 days
From
AUD 6,028
per person, twin share
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Overview

Join us on a VIP guided tour where you can follow the Tour de France Women's route and explore the roads from the shores of Chateauneuf Lake to the 21 bends of Alpe d'Huez. Our exclusive tour offers VIP experiences in the start village and VIP access to the finish line.

You'll have the opportunity to climb the legendary Alpine passes, including Alpe d'Huez, Galibier, Télégraphe, Croix de Fer, and Glandon. During your stay, our team of several guides will accompany your group of no more than a dozen people. They will always be available to assist you on the bike, in the VIP areas, or to share convivial moments.

The Tour de France is a cycling race that was first held in 1903 and is now considered the world's third biggest sporting event. This race is held over a period of 3 weeks in July and attracts the best cyclists from around the globe. The race consists of 20 to 22 teams, each with 9 racers, who wind their way across France, occasionally crossing into neighbouring countries, during the twenty or so stages that make up the event, covering a total distance of approximately 3,500km. The race is attended by 12 million spectators of all ages who line the route to cheer on the cyclists and join in the fun with the famous Publicity Caravan. Additionally, 3.5 billion viewers from 190 countries will tune in to follow the cyclists' adventures.