21 Amazing Things You'd See On The Tour De France
The 3500+ kilometer bike race passes through three countries and some of the most beautiful sights Europe has to offer.
Mont Saint Michel
This sparsely-populated and gorgeous island is home to an abbey and a monastery.
This historic site of one of the Normandy invasions now is home to a monument and museum.
The Chateau d'Angers was home to many members of the royal Plantagenet dynasty.
Saumur is home to many equestrian shows and the National School of Horsemanship.
This ski resort is at its busiest when the snow paints a picture as pretty as this one.
Lac de Payolle
This artificial lake gets so cold in the winters that it is often frozen completely solid.
This photo may be of the Chateau but the real view in this town is of the Pyrenees.
Vielha Val D'Aran
This area is home to the only Catalonian rivers to flow into the Atlantic Ocean, giving it a rather unique climate.
The sculpture in the hills was created by artist Mauro Staccioli.
This central marketplace is one of the town's most noticeable features, built in the 14th century.
This fortified city's name comes from folk legends involving a chatelaine and ringing bells.
Nearly one-third of the town's population is students thanks to the three universities there.
Caverne du Pont d'Arc
This French reconstruction is the largest decorated replica cavern in the world.
The Royal Monastery of Brou is a beautifully ornamental and majestic construction in the city.
This picturesque area of France is known as the capital of the French Toy, specializing in "turners."
This Swiss city is considered the de facto capital of the country and is known for its high quality of life.
This mountain town used to be a true destination for the French aristocracy and now is home to a fancy ski resort.
This south-eastern French town is best known for its gig hosting the 1992 Winter Olympics.
This town is defined by chalets spread across a picturesque river gorge and one of the northernmost ski lodges in France.
The original mansion was destroyed during the French Revolution and was rebuilt during the late 1800s.
The race ends in one of Paris' most famous boulevards, home to the Arc de Triomphe.
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