Visit the Tour de France

Enjoy France ToursDreaming about visiting Le Tour de France? This is your chance! That is, if you are quick. There are only four place left! (Slideshow route/profile)

The French based organization ‘Enjoy France Tours’ offers the opportunity to be part of the Tour de France 2019 with private guided tours. In a small group you will get the chance to be part of the world’s most important cycling race.

An experienced English/French speaking Tour de France guide will be your host during the possibly decisive stages in the Pyrenees. The tour starts on the 16th of July in Toulouse and finishes on the 23rd also in Toulouse. It includes the following races:

Date Stage Start-finish Description
18-7 12 Toulouse – Bagneres de Bigorre Watch the Tour de France ‘en route’ on a mountain
19-7 13 Pau – Pau In Pau for the day
20-7 14 Tarbes – Tourmalet At the start in Tarbes
21-7 15 Limoux – Foix At the summit finish in Foix Prat d’Albis

Andorra
Furthermore, the program offers a free extra visit to Andorra on the 22st of July. This mini-state in the Pyrenees is a tax-haven, so a perfect place for shopping after four days of being at the heart of cycling’s most iconic race.

The offer includes delicious French culinary delights and celebrating with a chilled glass (or two) of ‘bubbles’. All transfers and meals are included, while other beverages are for your account. Yet, visiting Andorra is for free and you will have great photo opportunities.

Enjoy France Tours

Contact:
Michèle Clark Nickler – France
Website: www.enjoyfrancetours.com
E-mail: michele@enjoyfrancetours.com
Mobile: + 33 698 190 855
Other: +33 981 393 410

Tour de France 2019: Enjoy France Tours

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