The historic city of Rome hosts the Giro d'Italia 2018 finale where the worlds best sprinters will battle for the 21st stage of this years La Corsa Rosa.

Along with your visit to the Giro, Rome provides a huge amount of experiences and will delight in many ways, visit the monuments of the Colosseum, the Pantheon and Romes Forum. Dine in fantastic restaurants that line the cobbled streets and take in the artistic riches that are so bountiful in Italy's capital.

Giro d'Italia

Rome is the 21st and final stage in the 2018 Giro d’Italia. An 11.8-km circuit will be raced 10 times across the centre of Rome. The route runs along most of the roads of the 2009 Time Trial, such as the Fori Imperiali, via Nazionale, via Sistina, Piazza del Popolo, via del Corso, via del Circo Massimo, across the Terme di Caracalla and next to the Colosseum before the finish which will most likely be a sprint at the Fori Imperiali.

It is your chance to see history in the making and the 2018 Giro d'Italia winner receive the trophy and final pink jersey in one of the finest settings in Sport.

With the usual finish of the Giro being held in Milan on most occasions the finish into Rome holds perhaps greater significance than normal and is a stage not to be missed.


101 Giro d'italia

The historical 101st edition of the Giro d’Italia will be the first time a European grand tour will start outside of the continent. Starting in Jerusalem and finishing in Rome the riders will compete over a total of 3546 km with 44000 meters of vertical elevation.

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