Organisers of the Giro d’Italia have revealed the route for 2023. Be sure to watch the stunning video highlighting where the first Grand Tour of the season will go… 


– By Rob Arnold


The off-season might have only begun but planning is already underway for one of the biggest races of next year. The 106th Giro d’Italia presents a little bit of something for everyone. For the cyclists there is a solid mix of terrain on a route that includes three individual time trials, including one with a steep 7.5km uphill on the final weekend of the three-week contest.

For tourists and fans there is also plenty to consider. Stunning scenery and a creative course that takes rider around the nation and eventually – almost instinctively for the Giro – winds up in the mountains before the finale on the final Sunday when the race finishes in Rome.

Below is a link to the presentation film to showcase the route for #Giro2023 (6-28 May), and some screenshots with details of each of the 21 stages.


– Click the link below to watch a stunning video showcasing the route of the 106th Giro d’Italia –



Stage  Date Start / Finish Distance
1 Saturday 6 May Costa dei Trabocchi to Fossacesia Marina, Ortona (ITT) 18.4km
2 Sunday 7 May Teramo to San Salvo 204km
3 Monday 8 May Vasto to Melfi 210km
4 Tuesday 9 May Venosa to Lago Laceno 184km
5 Wendesday 10 May Atripalda to Salerno 172km
6 Thursday 11 May Napoli to Napoli 156km
7 Friday 12 May Capua to Gran Sasso d’Italia (Campo Imperatore) 218km
8 Saturday 13 May Terni to Fossombrone 207km
9 Sunday 14 May Savignano sul Rubicone to Cesena (ITT) 33.6km
Monday 15 May First rest day
10 Tuesday 16 May Scandiano to Viareggio 190km
11 Wednesday 17 May Camaiore to Tortona 218km
12 Thursday 18 May Bra to Rivoli 179km
13 Friday 19 May Borgofranco d’Ivrea to Crans Montana (Switzerland) 208km
14 Saturday 20 May Sierre (Switzerland) to Cassano Magnago 194km
15 Sunday 21 May Seregno to Bergamo 191km
Monday 22 May Second rest day
16 Tuesday 23 May Sabbio Chiese to Monte Bondone 198km
17 Wednesday 24 May Pergine Valsugana to Caorle 192km
18 Thursday 25 May Oderzo to Val di Zoldo 160km
19 Friday 26 May Longarone to Tre Cime di Lavaredo 182km
20 Saturday 27 May Tarvisio to Monte Lussari (ITT) 18.6km
21 Sunday 28 May Roma to Roma (circuit race) 115km



– Click the image below to see the full details of the Giro d’Italia route for 2023. –



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