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We're thrilled that we were able to bring you all the excitement, action and stunning scenery from this year's Tour de France. Been inspired by this year's race? Read on to find out how you can also #tourlikeapro

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Tour de France 2022

#tourlikeapro, book and bike

Ready for an adventure? You see more when you go by two wheels. Whether you want to explore at your own pace, or would rather let someone else lead the way, you can enjoy your perfect bike holiday when you book with us.

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Tour de France 2022

2022 marked the 109th edition of the Tour de France.
Spanning three weeks from 1st-24th July, the 21 stage course saw the world's top cyclists tackle 3328 kilometres (about 2068 miles) of some of the roughest, toughest, and the most beautiful terrain in Europe. While most of the route covered north, south and central France, this year's race visited four countries in total, with the first three stages having taken place in Denmark, and a couple of quick crosses over the French border to Switzerland and Belgium.
And the action's not over yet, as the first ever Tour de France Femmes is currently underway on the streets and roads of Northern France. Bringing together the top female cyclists in the world, it's set to be an exciting week of exceptional racing action.

Find out more about the Tour de France Femmes with our crash course guide.

1st - 24th July
21 stages
  Race Start   Race Finish   Start town or site   Finish town or site   Route   Transfer

lastminute.com proudly supports the lanterne rouge

The true unsung hero of this year's race, and the rider who's spent the longest time in the saddle this year.

 The lantern rouge isn't a jersey, but the honourary title given to the cyclist who comes in last place.

In 2022, lastminute.com honours this achievement with an award to recognise the perseverance, strength and determination needed to cross the finish line of the Tour de France.

If anyone deserves a holiday to relax after this year's race, it's them.

lastminute.com proudly supports the lanterne rouge

The true unsung hero of this year's race, and the rider who's spent the longest time in the saddle this year.

 The lantern rouge isn't a jersey, but the honourary title given to the cyclist who comes in last place.

In 2022, lastminute.com honours this achievement with an award to recognise the perseverance, strength and determination needed to cross the finish line of the Tour de France.

If anyone deserves a holiday to relax after this year's race, it's them.

Denmark

A Nordic-style start

The opening stage for this year's race saw Denmark become the 10th country to host the Tour de France's Grand Depart. And it made for a fitting choice of starting location, as Denmark is a nation that's truly in love with cycling. The 2022 Tour de France opened with a time trial around Copenhagen (July 1st), one of the world's most bike-friendly capital cities. Stage 2 (2nd July) started in the historic city of Roskilde, and finished in Nyborg, taking in Storebæltsforbindelsen, one of the world's longest suspension bridges. Finally, the Vejle to Sønderborg stretch (3rd July) passed through some of Denmark's most beautiful beaches and architectural landmarks.

France

Country roads, urban streets and an iconic finish

After the opening three races in Denmark, the Tour de France 2022 restarted in northern France, taking in the coastal cities of Dunkirk and Calais (5th July), historic Lille (6th July) and the rugged, cobbled country roads that the Tour de France's sister race, Paris-Roubaix is so famous for.

Among the other French highlights were three days in the Alps (12th-14th July) and the Pyrenees (19th-21st July), a high-speed time trial between Lacapelle-Marival and Rocamadou (23rd July), the first time the Tour has visited either location. And the action reached its exciting conclusion in the streets of Paris (24th July), with the race's traditional finish on the iconic Champs-Élysées.

Belgium 

Switzerland

Belgium 

Switzerland

Historic cities and mountain views

Belgium marked the third country on this year's Tour de France route, with stage 6 starting in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed city of Binche (7th July), before passing through the Ardennes and back over the French border to Longwy. Two days later the route took the cyclists into Switzerland, passing along the coast of Lake Geneva and the city of Lausanne (9th July) before the first real mountain challenge of this year's race, the 183km Alpine stretch between Aigle and Châtel (10th July).

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