The race will be broadcast live at many parts of Europe on Eurosport 2, starting at 4pm CEST. Stage one on Wednesday 1st will be shown only on Eurosport Player, as it clashes with the Eschborn-Frankfurt Classic, while the TT showdown on Sunday 5th will begin around 1.30pm CEST.
There will be 10-6-4″ at the finish of the four point-to-point stages. No seconds will be awarded at intermediate sprints.
The Movistar Team claimed in 2016 its first overall victory in Romandie with Nairo Quintana.