Go Behind the Scenes of the Tour de France

If your clients always watch the Tour de France, they'll love this: Discover France is offering one-day VIP access to festivities surrounding the famous bike race from June 30 through July 22 this year.
 
What's included? Guests can access the VIP area in one of the many villages along the route or board a bus on the finish line and join the festivities with a champagne toast.
 
Discover France Adventures is an Official Tour Operator to the Tour de France, so guests can get access to closed areas, vehicle signage and privileged parking access. The company offers a variety of multi-day cycling and non-cycling tours
 
Discover France’s one-day VIP access is available at eight locations during the race: July 1, village festivities at Liege and Bus Izoard at Seraing finish; July 3,  village festivities at Orchies; July 5, Bus Izoard at St Quentin; July 6, village festivities at Epernay; July 11, village festivities at Macon; July 13, crossing the finish line in Annonay; July 14 (Bastille Day), village festivities at St Paul les Trois Chateaux in Provence; July 15, Bus Izoard in Foix; and July 20 (Tour de France D Day) village festivities in Brive la Gaillarde.

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