The Route 2024

The stages of the Lidl Deutschland Tour 2024 are fixed!
Prologue: Schweinfurt
1. stage: Schweinfurt - Heilbronn
2. stage: Heilbronn - Schwäbisch Gmünd
3. stage: Schwäbisch Gmünd - Villingen-Schwenningen
4. stage: Aneiler am Trifels - Saarbrücken

All stages of the Lidl Deutschland Tour 2024

Prologue: Schweinfurt (2,9 km)

The Lidl Deutschland 2024 Tour starts at the market in Schweinfurt. For the debut of the race the athletes complete a nearly 3 kilometer long lap through the city. Like in the last view years there will only be a small differnece between the winner of the day and the second place, so it is going to be an exciting race until the end.

1. stage: Schweinfurt - Heilbronn (177km)

The 1. stage of the Lidl Deutschlad Tour will start at the market in Schweinfurt. This stage has 177 kilometers and a lot of short ascents. After 70 kilometers the athletes cross the bavarian border and ride through Baden-Württemberg from there on. The riders finish the 1. stage with an ascent worth seeing at the Jäerhaus

2. stage: Heilbronn – Schwäbisch Gmünd (173 km)

The 2. stage of the Deutschland Tour 2024 runs entirely through Baden-Württemberg. The athletes will experience the Schwäbisch-Fränkischen Waldbere and spectacular landscapes. The last climb is 13% steep and to finish this stage the teams take two laps through the city Schwäbisch Gmünd.

3. stage: Schwäbisch Gmünd – Villingen-Schwenningen (212 km)

The 3. stage of the Lidl Deutschland Tour 2024 has 212 kilometers, and is therefore the longest stage ever of the Lidl Deutschlandtour. An additional challenge is the elevation gain of nearly 3.000 altitude meters. After riding through the Schwäbische Alb the athletes reach Schwenningen and finish the 3. stage in Villingen.

4. stage: Annweiler am Trifels – Saarbrücken (172 km)

The final of the Lidl Detschland Tour 2024 starts in Rheinland-Pfalz and runs through the southern wine route. This stage includes two climbs, one at the Kalmit, and one at the Iggelbacher Stich. The athletes finish the race in Saarbrücken with two finishing laps through the city.

  Stage Overview                          


Wednesday, August 21


Stage 1

Thursday, August 22

Schweinfurt – Heilbronn

Stage 2

Friday, August 23

Heilbronn – Schwäbisch Gmünd

Stage 3

Saturday, August 24

Schwäbisch Gmünd – Villingen-Schwenningen

Stage 4

Sunday, August 25

Anweiler am Trifels – Saarbrücken