For the 106th edition of the Giro d'Italia, 21 cities will host stages of the race.
The Giro d'Italia, organised by RCS Sport, begins on 6 May from the Costa dei Trabocchi and ends on 28 May in Rome.
The second and third stages will be perfect for sprinters, while the fourth features the first uphill finish with the finish line at Lago Laceno, on a day with an altitude difference of 3,500 metres.
While the Salerno and Naples stages are perfect for a breakaway or a sprint finish, the seventh stage with the finish in Campo Imperatore could significantly shake up the overall classification, pushing some riders out of the top ranks for good.
Other stages indicated on the official website are to follow.
Lastly is Rome's walkway in the Imperial Fora.
Rome and the Giro d'Italia boast a long love story beginning in the first edition in 1909, as the Eternal City was the arrival venue for the fourth stage on 20 May. The route for the Pink Race in 2023 will end in Italy’s capital for the fifth time in its history, after those of 1911, 1950, 2009 and 2018. For the 49th time, Rome will be the venue for a stage finish.o di tappa.