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The following two stages will pass along beautiful coastlines, through historic cities and across spectacular bridges, traversing varied landscapes throughout Denmark.
The second Danish stage on 3 July will feature an approx. 190-kilometre route from Roskilde to Nyborg across the spectacular Great Belt Bridge. The third stage will be an approx. 170-kilometre route from Vejle to Sønderborg on 4 July.
One of the World's best sport event cities
Over the past year Copenhagen has cemented its position among the best sport event cities in the world, hosting a plethora of events. This include everything from the Ice Hockey World Championship to the World Men’s Handball Championships and signature events like Red Bull Cliff diving from the Opera House into the harbour basin.
The coming years will also be full of excitement as UEFA has chosen the Danish Capital as one of the 13 European host cities for next year’s European Football Championship. Copenhagen will also host the 2021 Artistic Gymnastics World Championships and the 2023 Badminton World Championships.
One of the most popular cities in the world, Copenhagen is currently ranked 8th in the Global Sports Cities Index, which is published by the international sports market intelligence provider Sportcal.
Denmark officially submitted its bid for a Grand Départ two and a half years ago. Along the way, both the Royal Family, the Government, municipalities and regions, Wonderful Copenhagen, and Sport Event Denmark have been focused on getting the race to Denmark.
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