The peloton will witness a day dedicated to water. It will indeed take off from the only thermal resort of Luxemburg. We will be on the territory of the Schleck family. Andy and his brother Fränk indeed grew up there and still live today in Mondorf-les-Bains. The city has never hosted the Tour but the visits in the Grand Duchy were frequent since the first stage finish of the Tour after the Second World War in 1947. Other than the winner of the 2010 Tour, three other riders from Luxemburg have claimed the Grande Boucle: François Faber (1909), Nicolas Frantz (1927 and 1928) and Charly Gaul (1958).

Hôtel de Ville, Mondorf-les-Bains © Mondorf-les-Bains
First-time stage city
Common of the Grevenmacher District (Luxembourg)
5 000 inhabitants

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