The Tour de France has been described as the world’s most physically arduous sporting event, lasting three weeks straight and covering approximately 2,000 miles. Cyclists gather from around the world to participate in Le Tour with the singular goal of crossing the finish line at the Champs-Elysees in Paris, where the fastest racer receives the prestigious yellow jersey. The race has been held every June since 1903, with the exception of 10 years during the First and Second World Wars. Since then, the Tour de France has visited every region of the country except Corsica, where 2013’s race will begin in honor of the 100th edition of the event. See more...
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4 BR / 2 BA / Sleeps 7
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