2023 Itinerary

2023 Itinerary

From the Leaning Tower to the Mont Blanc

4th to 10th of June

Art, history, culture and adrenaline!  Never before so many initiatives have been put together to give life to this unique event.

From the well known Leaning Tower in Pisa, the Piazza dei Miracoli, to Tortona, and then to Torino, where we shall be paying tribute to the National Museum of Automobile and to the famous Lingotto, where the italian dream of motorization turned into reality.  And again to Courmayeur and the Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Italy and then down to  Biella, with its city circuit, home of the  European Grand Prix won by Tazio Nuvolari on the 9th of June 1935.  From the beautiful Langhe landscapes to Soragna, in the area of Parma, home of the Food Museums, which will be the beautiful and tasty frame to the whole week.   1.600 Km divided into six legs and at the end, the beautiful seafront of Pisa will be the dropping the curtain down on the 2023 edition of Autogiro d’Italia.

We are ready, what about you?

1.600 Km, six legs

First Stage – 304 Km Pisa – Tortona25%

From the Leaning Tower to Tortona passing through Versilia, Tuscany’s seaside.  We shall be crossing the Apuan Alps, Carrara whose marble caves are known all over the world and the Lunigiana.  Latest, we shall be crossing the Ligurian Apennine and reaching the beautiful Piazza del Duomo in Tortona through the roman’s Via Emilia.

Second stage – 242 Km Tortona to Torino40%

Tortona will be our entrance door to the Langhe, a hilly area  in the provinces of Cuneo and Asti in Piedmont which is  famous for its wines, cheeses, and truffles.  We shall be encountering beautiful landscapes in our way to Turin, home of the Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile.  More than 200 cars, 80 different brands from all over the world.  One of a kind automobiles collection.

Third stage – 251 Km Torino to Courmayeur55%

Before leaving Turin we shall be visiting the testing track on top of  FIAT Lingotto factory and the Agnelli Collection, and then we shall me starting our third stage which will take us  to Courmayeur, at the French border, the foot of the Mont Blanc. 4.807 m. high, the highest peak in Europe.  We shall be taking the most well known Skyway, a cableway which will drop us closer to the peak, at 3.466 m.  A beautiful glance of the Alps.

Fourth stage – 241 Km Courmayeur to Biella70%

From the Mont Blanc to Biella, where the beginnings of todays Formula One races, the  ancient city circuit  Formula Grand Prix races were held.  On the 9th of June of 1935 Tazio Nuvolari won the first race.  88 years later, on the 9th of June of 2023 we will have the chance to retrace the same roads.

Fifth stage – Km 233 Biella to Soragna85%

From Biella to Soragna, in the sorroundings of Parma.  Arrival is set at the Museo of Parmigiano.  The Parma Province Food Museums shall welcome us to show and make us taste their food excellences.  History, tradition, culture and gastronomy all put together under one roof.

Sixth stage – 232 Km Soragna to Pisa100%

Collecchio, home of the Museo della Pasta, will be the starting point of our return to  base.  On our way we shall be visiting the salame and Parma Ham museums and then, through the Garfagnana we shall be reaching the Pisa seaside

The road

(under approval)