|Stage||Type||Date||Start and Finish||Distance||Details|
|1||Flat||Saturday, july 6, 2019||Bruxelles > Brussel||194.5 km||Stage 1|
|2||Team Time-Trial||Sunday, july 7, 2019||Bruxelles Palais Royal > Brussel Atomium||27.6 km||Stage 2|
|3||Hilly||Monday, july 8, 2019||Binche > Épernay||215 km||Stage 3|
|4||Flat||Tuesday, july 9, 2019||Reims > Nancy||213.5 km||Stage 4|
|5||Hilly||Wednesday, july 10, 2019||Saint-Dié-des-Vosges > Colmar||175.5 km||Stage 5|
|6||Mountain||Thursday, july 11, 2019||Mulhouse > La Planche des Belles Filles||160.5 km||Stage 6|
|7||Flat||Friday, july 12, 2019||Belfort > Chalon-sur-Saône||230 km||Stage 7|
|8||Hilly||Saturday, july 13, 2019||Mâcon > Saint-Étienne||200 km||Stage 8|
|9||Hilly||Sunday, july 14, 2019||Saint-Étienne > Brioude||170.5 km||Stage 9|
|10||Flat||Monday, july 15, 2019||Saint-Flour > Albi||217.5 km||Stage 10|
|-||Rest Day||Tuesday, july 16, 2019||Albi||Rest 1|
|11||Flat||Wednesday, july 17, 2019||Albi > Toulouse||167 km||Stage 11|
|12||Mountain||Thursday, july 18, 2019||Toulouse > Bagnères-de-Bigorre||209.5 km||Stage 12|
|13||Individual time-trial||Friday, july 19, 2019||Pau > Pau||27.2 km||Stage 13|
|14||Mountain||Saturday, july 20, 2019||Tarbes > Tourmalet Barèges||111 km||Stage 14|
|15||Mountain||Sunday, july 21, 2019||Limoux > Foix Prat d'Albis||185 km||Stage 15|
|-||Rest Day||Monday, july 22, 2019||Nîmes||Rest 2|
|16||Flat||Tuesday, july 23, 2019||Nîmes > Nîmes||177 km||Stage 16|
|17||Hilly||Wednesday, july 24, 2019||Pont du Gard > Gap||200 km||Stage 17|
|18||Mountain||Thursday, july 25, 2019||Embrun > Valloire||208 km||Stage 18|
|19||Mountain||Friday, july 26, 2019||Saint-Jean-de-Maurienne > Tignes||89 km||Stage 19|
|20||Mountain||Saturday, july 27, 2019||Albertville > Val Thorens||59.5 km||Stage 20|
|21||Flat||Sunday, july 28, 2019||Rambouillet > Paris Champs-Élysées||128 km||Stage 21|
- 7 flat stages
- 5 hilly stages
- 7 mountain stages and 5 mountain-top finishes (La Planche des Belles Filles, Tourmalet, Foix Prat d’Albis, Tignes, Val Thorens)
- 1 individual time-trial stage
- 1 team time-trial stage
- 2 rest days
There will be 3 stage cities of sites visited for the first time out of a total of 34.
- Binche (start of stage 3)
- Saint-Dié-des-Vosges (start of stage 5)
- Pont du Gard (start of stage 17)
In Foix (Stage 15), the finish will be set at the summit of Prat d’Albis (1 205 m)
The 2019 Tour will go through two countries, Belgium and France. It will visit the three Belgian regions (Bruxelles-Capitale, Flanders and Wallonia) and 37 departments of France.
Like in 2018, there are two time-trials on the menu:
- by teams for stage 2, Bruxelles Palais Royal > Brussel Atomium on a distance of 27kms
- individual for stage 13 in Pau on a distance of 27kms. It’ll be on Friday the 19th of July, a date that marks the 100th anniversary of the Yellow Jersey.
It’ll be the third time that a finish is set at the top of the Pyrenean mountain after 1974 (victory of Jean-Pierre Danguillaume) and 2010 (victory of Andy Schleck). The Tourmalet is also to date the mountain that has been climbed the most in the history of the Tour: 82 times.
At an altitude of 2 770 metres, the col de l’Iseran that hasn’t been climbed for twelve years will be the summit of the 2019 Tour. It will be climbed for the 8th time.
They will be distributed at the finish of each normal stage and will offer respectively 10, 6 and 4 seconds to the first three.
It was an innovation on the last Tour de France: bonus-point sprints will be reintroduced in 2019. Bonus seconds will be awarded at the top of the 8 following hills or mountains at key places of the course:
- Stage 3: côte de Mutigny
- Stage 6: col des Chevrères
- Stage 8: côte de la Jaillière
- Stage 9: côte de Saint-Just
- Stage 12: Hourquette d’Ancizan
- Stage 15: Mur de Péguère
- Stage 18: col du Galibier
- Stage 19: col de l’Iseran
It will have no influence on the points classification.
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