Tour de France will be made up of 1 prologue and 20 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,497 kilometres.
These stages have the following profiles:
Distinctive aspects of the race
- 9 flat stages
- 4 medium mountain stages - one with a summit finish
- 5 mountain stages - two with a summit finish
- 2 individual time-trial stages
- 1 prologue
- 2 rest days
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The highlights of the Grand Start in the Province of Li?ge
> Wednesday, June 27: Opening of the reception point and press centre in Bois Saint-Jean (Li?ge's Country Hall) - All?e du Bol d'Air, 13 in 4031 Li?ge (Angleur); opening of the Avant-Tour in the Halle des Foires de Li?ge.
> Thursday, June 28: from 6:30 pm, official team presentation on Li?ge's Place Saint-Lambert.
> Saturday, June 30: from 2:00 pm, individual time trial with start and finish in the Parc d'Avroy
> Sunday, July 1: Stage 1, Li?ge–Seraing (198 km)