It’s the end of a long journey for the cyclists, and an unforgettable moment for the fans – the Tour de France ends in Paris this Sunday, with a route that’s a little out of the ordinary.
For once, the cyclists will be passing in front of the Luxembourg Gardens (super close to our hotels!), before descending boulevard Saint-Michel, crossing the Seine and cycling through the courtyards of the Louvre, right past the pyramid.
Make sure you’re in the area around 8pm (or a lot earlier, if you want to have a good view) so you can witness the event close up!
This year is also the centenary of the yellow jersey, and there’s a special walk being organised on the Champs Élysées to celebrate.
Starting at 1.30pm, you can walk a 7km circuit, part of the route the cyclists will be racing down later in the day. Signing up only costs 5€, and you’ll receive a limited edition t-shirt (yellow, of course) at the end!