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Tour de France 2024

Tour de France 2024 in Nice.

Jul 1, 2024 → Jul 21, 2024

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Your Ultimate Guide to Tour de France 2024

The Tour de France, the world's most prestigious and challenging cycling event, will be taking place from July 1st to July 21st, 2024, during the Bastille Day holiday weekend, in the beautiful city of Nice. This city, nestled in the French Riviera, is known for its stunning beaches, vibrant nightlife, and rich history. Let’s dive into everything you need to know to make the most of this spectacular event!

A Memorable Travel Experience

As the 111th edition of this legendary race, the Tour de France is taking a historic turn by its first week starting in Florence, Italy, with the Grand Départ, and finishing for the first time outside of Paris, in the sun-kissed city of Nice.

The Tour de France 2024 is not just a sports event, but a cultural extravaganza where you can immerse yourself in the French way of life.

The Grand Finale in Nice

The 2024 Tour de France culminates with its final week set against the picturesque backdrop of the French Riviera and features a challenging hilly time trial as the riders face significant elevation gain. On July 20th, cyclists will ascend from the Promenade des Anglais to the challenging Col de la Couillole.

Due to the official games - the Olympic and Paralympic Games - taking place in Paris, the race will not finish in the French capital for the first time.

The final stage, a nail-biting 35-km time trial from Monaco to Nice, will take place on Sunday, July 21st, following a rest day. This is the first time the Tour de France will conclude with a time trial, adding an extra layer of suspense and excitement. The route will include the challenging climb of Col de la Couillole, promising a thrilling end to the race.

This unprecedented finish, a time trial rather than the traditional sprint, is sure to keep fans on the edge of their seats.

Event Schedule and Activities

The Tour de France is not just about the race; it’s a festival of cycling with numerous activities for everyone. Whether you’re a die-hard cycling fan or a casual observer, there’s something to catch your interest. From fan zones to meet-and-greets with the riders, the atmosphere is electric with anticipation and excitement.

The Atmosphere

The atmosphere during the Tour de France is electric. The vibe is festive and friendly, with fans from around the world mixing, sharing stories, and celebrating their love for cycling. The city of Nice will be buzzing with excitement. You can join the crowd in cheering for your favorite riders, such as Jonas Vingegaard, and experience the thrill of the race firsthand.

Activities and Cuisine

Apart from the race, there are plenty of other activities to enjoy. You can explore the city's historic sites, relax on the beach, or indulge in the local cuisine. Nice is a haven for food lovers. The local cuisine is a delightful celebration of Mediterranean flavors, featuring fresh salads, grilled fish, and dishes enriched with olive oil.

Nice is famous for its seafood and traditional dishes like Ratatouille and Niçoise salad. Make sure to try a meal in one of the beachfront restaurants or quaint bistros in Old Nice to experience authentic Niçoise cuisine.

Dress Code

There’s no official dress code for watching the Tour, but comfort is key. Expect a lot of sun, so hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen are essential.

Bag Policy and Safety

Be light on your feet! Bag policies at the Tour de France are quite strict due to security reasons. Small bags are allowed, but anything large might be turned away, so pack essentials only.

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Things to Do in Nice

While you're soaking up the sun and cycling excitement in Nice for the Tour de France, make sure to carve out some time to explore the vibrant city and its attractions. Nice is not just about beautiful beaches; it’s a cultural hub with a rich history and stunning architecture. Here’s a rundown of must-visit spots:

  • Old Town (Vieux Nice): Dive into the heart of Nice with a wander through the Old Town. This bustling area is a maze of narrow, winding streets lined with colorful buildings, lively cafes, and quaint shops.
  • Promenade des Anglais: No visit to Nice is complete without a walk along this iconic seafront promenade. It offers panoramic views of the azure Mediterranean Sea and is perfect for a relaxing stroll or a leisurely bike ride.
  • Russian Orthodox Cathedral: Be sure to visit this architectural gem. With its ornate domes and vibrant frescoes, the cathedral is a striking example of Russian influence in Western Europe.
  • Matisse Museum: Art enthusiasts will love this museum nestled in the Cimiez neighborhood. It holds an impressive collection of works by Henri Matisse, celebrating his artistic journey.
  • Cours Saleya Market: Experience the local flavor at this lively market. It’s the place to sample Niçoise specialties and pick up fresh produce and beautiful flowers.
  • Castle Hill (Colline du Château): For the best views of Nice, climb up to Castle Hill. The park at the top offers breathtaking vistas of the Baie des Anges, Old Town, and the surrounding area.
  • Musée Marc Chagall: Another treat for art lovers, this museum is dedicated to the works of Marc Chagall, focusing particularly on his religious and spiritual themes. It's a peaceful and inspiring visit.

Each of these spots captures the essence of Nice, blending the beauty of nature with rich cultural heritage. Enjoy your visit!

See You in Nice?

The Tour de France 2024 in Nice promises to be an unforgettable experience. With its thrilling race, vibrant atmosphere, and beautiful surroundings, it's an event not to be missed. And with Bounce's convenient luggage storage service, you can enjoy all that Nice has to offer, worry-free. So pack your bags, book your tickets, and we'll see you in Nice!

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All you need to know

  • Will there be a Tour de France in 2024?

    Yes, the Tour de France will take place in 2024. This 111th edition is historic as it starts in Florence, Italy, on June 29, and ends in Nice, France, on July 21. For the first time, the Tour will finish outside Paris, concluding with a dramatic time trial from Monaco to Nice. This marks a significant change in the traditional route and finish of the race.

  • Where is the Tour de France 2024 Le Grand Départ?

    The Grand Départ of the Tour de France 2024 will take place in Florence, Italy. This marks a historic departure from traditional starts as it is the first time the race will begin in Florence. The event is set to start on June 29, 2024, introducing the riders and fans to the scenic and culturally rich backdrop of the Italian city before proceeding with the race route towards France.

  • Where can I watch the Tour de France 2024?

    You can watch the Tour de France 2024 live on various sports channels that have broadcasting rights, such as Eurosport and NBC Sports, depending on your location. Additionally, streaming services like Peacock in the USA or GCN+ globally also offer coverage. For those in France, the race is typically broadcast on channels like France Télévisions. Live streaming options are also available through official cycling apps and websites.

  • What mountains are in the Tour de France 2024?

    The Tour de France 2024 will feature several mountain stages, including the ascent to Col de la Couillole, which is one of the key climbs in the final stages. The specific details of all mountain stages have not been fully disclosed, but riders can expect a challenging route that includes multiple mountainous terrains, typical of the Tour's tradition of incorporating the Alps and Pyrenees. More information will become available as the event approaches.

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