2023 Giro d’Italia
May 6 - May 28
One of professional cycling’s three Grand Tours (along with the Tour de France and Vuelta a España), the 2023 Giro d’Italia (meaning Tour of Italy) is a 3 week long multiple-stage race held every year, primarily in Italy.
The pink jersey (maglia rosa) is given to the General Clarification winner of the Giro d’Italia, with three riders winning the race on five occasions – Alfredo Binda and Fausto Coppi of Italy, along with the famed Eddy Merckx of Belgium.
Where is the 2023 Giro d’Italia?
The Giro is predominantly held in Italy but has been known to pass through neighbouring countries such as San Marino, France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia and the Vatican City State.
The start of the Giro, known as the Grande Partenza takes place in a different town each year. It has become more common for the start of the Giro to be held outside of Italy to increase international international interest in the event.
The 2023 Grande Partenza will depart from the Abruzzo region with an individual time trial along the Costa dei Trabocchi cycle path. The grand finale will be held in Rome for the fifth time.
The 2023 Giro route will be:
Stage 1 (Saturday 6th May 2023) – Fossacesia Marina – Ortona (18.4km time trial)
Stage 2 (Sunday 7th May 2023) – Teramo – San Salvo (204km)
Stage 3 (Monday 8th May 2023) – Vasto – Melfi (210km)
Stage 4 (Tuesday 9th May 2023) – Venosa – Lago Laceno (184km)
Stage 5 (Wednesday 10th May 2023) – Atripalda – Salerno (172km)
Stage 6 (Thursday 11th May 2023) – Napoli – Napoli (156km)
Stage 7 (Friday 12th May 2023) – Capua – Gran Sasso d’Italia (Campo Imperatore) (218km)
Stage 8 (Saturday 13th May 2023) – Terni – Fossombrone (207km)
Stage 9 (Sunday 14th May 2023) – Savignano sul Rubicone – Cesena (Technogym Village) (33.6km time trial)
Rest Day (Monday 15th May 2023)
Stage 10 (Tuesday 16th May 2023) – Scandiano – Viareggio (190km)
Stage 11 (Wednesday 17th May 2023) – Camaiore – Tortona (218km)
Stage 12 (Thursday 18th May 2023) – Bra – Rivoli (179km)
Stage 13 (Friday 19th May 2023) – Borgofranco d’Ivrea – Crans Montana (208km)
Stage 14 (Saturday 20th May 2023) – Sierre – Cassano Magnago (194km)
Stage 15 (Sunday 21st May 2023) – Seregno – Bergamo (191km)
Rest Day (Monday 22nd May 2023)
Stage 16 (Tuesday 23rd May 2023) – Sabbio Chiese – Monte Bondone (198km)
Stage 17 (Wednesday 24th May 2023) – Pergine Valsugana – Caorle (192km)
Stage 18 (Thursday 25th May 2023) – Oderzo – Val di Zoldo (160km)
Stage 19 (Friday 26th May 2023) – Longarone – Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Rif. Auronzo) (182km)
Stage 20 (Saturday 27th May 2023) – Tarvisio – Monte Lussari (18.6km time trial)
Stage 21 (Sunday 28th May 2023) – Roma – Roma (115km)
Further information on the route can be accessed on the official website here.
How do I get to the 2023 Giro d’Italia?
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Last Updated on October 17, 2022 by Sports Tourist