The most awaited Italian event for two-wheel enthusiasts travels an itinerary this year, too, providing magnificent scenery to athletes and lovers of cycling in general. If you are passionate about bikes, follow us on a journey to discover the territories travelled through by the 18 Italian stages of the race!
Unlike the great champions in the race, getting to wear the Pink Jersey is not the goal here, but rather to enjoy a travel experience where the pleasure of physical activity is accompanied by the enjoyment of art, history and food. We will reveal the secrets of each stage and allow you to discover the many gems to be found in small villages or larger towns, on the coastal roads or on the ones that climb to the highest peaks. Sport, nature, landscapes, art and culture, of course, but also food delicacies and wine to try along the way. For this reason, we have prepared some tasty video recipes for you that will tickle your palate as well as your imagination, making you want to take the trip even more: enjoy a moment of well-deserved rest in the name of good food. A new way to enjoy an unparalleled experience on your own bicycle!
Discovering the culinary traditions along the roads of the Giro
From Santarcangelo di Romagna to Reggio Emilia, along the Via Aemilia, the commercial artery laid out by Consul Marcus Aemilius Lepidus in 187 B.C. You can breathe history in the itinerary we are talking about here, which takes in stage 11 of the Giro d’Italia 2022. But that’s not all. The 203 kilometres of wide, straight stretches suitable for everyone are an arrow shot into the heart of a precious food and wine heritage. Pick one of the numerous first courses, piade, tigelle, cured meats and cheeses, and you will find it easy to regain your energy after a day on the bike.Find out more