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However it is in your interest to finalise your plans for our last day as early as possible, should you wish family and friends to come and meet you at the finish line and join us for dinner. It’s Tour de France weekend in Paris so we strongly advise you book any additional rooms you require as soon as possible. Please read on for more detail about the finish...
friends & family
Friends and family are very welcome to join the cyclists on the last night in Paris. The plan is to finish at the Eiffel Tower during the afternoon of Saturday 23rd July, before then making the short journey to the hotel (by bike!).
It is impossible to give a precise finish time at the Eiffel Tower; however we usually aim for 4pm onwards. The best way to get a more accurate time will be to keep in contact with the cyclists on the day, as their pie guide will be best placed to advise you of their progress. The pie support crew will also be on hand at the Eiffel Tower, so keep an eye out for them, as they will set up the official finish line!
Please be aware that there are usually lots of other cycle rides finishing at the same location, with literally hundreds of cyclists in the area.
We advise that you take care and allow extra time to find the (correct) finish location for the ride – which is usually at the fountain on Place Jacques Rueff / Avenue Joseph Bouvard.
Of course, friends and family are also very welcome to attend the celebration meal in the evening. Please ask the person cycling to complete the relevant section on pie’s on-line registration form so we are aware of numbers. May we also ask that you let pie, the event organisers know of any dietary requirements. Contact email@example.com for more information.
We will be staying overnight at the Novotel Tour Eiffel, which is on the Quai de Grenelle – a 20min walk away from the Eiffel Tower. We would strongly
advise you to book your accommodation at the hotel as soon as possible – as it’s the Tour de France weekend, rooms will be in short supply.