The 1999 Tour de Suisse was the 63rd edition of the Tour de Suisse cycle race and was held from 15 June to 24 June 1999. The race started in Solothurn and finished in Winterthur. The race was won by Francesco Casagrande of the Vini Caldirola team.
|Dates||15–24 June 1999|
|Stages||9 + Prologue|
|Distance||1,401 km (870.5 mi)|
|Winning time||35h 22' 40"|
- ONCE–Deutsche Bank
- Team Polti
- Saeco Macchine per Caffè–Cannondale
- Team Telekom
- Française des Jeux
- Vini Caldirola
- Cantina Tollo–Alexia Alluminio
- Mobilvetta Design–Northwave
- Amica Chips–Costa de Almeria
- Post Swiss Team
- Amore & Vita–Giubileo 2000–Beretta
|P||15 June||Solothurn||6 km (3.7 mi)||Individual time trial||Laurent Jalabert (FRA)|
|1||16 June||Solothurn to Lausanne||200 km (124.3 mi)||Pascal Richard (SUI)|
|2||17 June||Lausanne to Küssnacht am Rigi||220.6 km (137.1 mi)||Silvio Martinello (ITA)|
|3||18 June||Bellinzona to Chiasso||167.5 km (104.1 mi)||Gabriele Missaglia (ITA)|
|4||19 June||Bellinzona to Grindelwald||171.4 km (106.5 mi)||Gilberto Simoni (ITA)|
|5||20 June||Meiringen to Meiringen||29.5 km (18.3 mi)||Individual time trial||Viatcheslav Ekimov (RUS)|
|6||21 June||Küssnacht am Rigi to Mauren (Liechtenstein)||162 km (100.7 mi)||Matthew White (AUS)|
|7||22 June||Landeck (Austria) to Nauders am Reschenpass (Austria)||47.5 km (29.5 mi)[nb 1]||Oscar Camenzind (SUI)|
|8||23 June||Nauders am Reschenpass to Arosa||168.6 km (104.8 mi)||Francesco Casagrande (ITA)|
|9||24 June||Chur to Winterthur||225.2 km (139.9 mi)||Maurizio De Pasquale (ITA)|
|Final general classification|
- The stage was planned to be 163.9 km (101.8 mi), starting from Mauren, but was shortened due to bad weather.
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