Giro d’Italia 2017 – Tours and Travel Packages


  • Alps & Dolomites Tour - 7 Nights

    Alps and Dolomites Tour - 2017 Giro d'Italia Sportsnet Holidays
    From: $4,995 AUD per person
    Date: 20 May, 2017 - 27 May, 2017
    Tour Packages from $4995 – Click to Enquire! 7 Night Alps and Dolomites 2017 Giro d’Italia tour packages include: Return Airport to Hotel Transfers (Arrive Milan, Depart Venice) 7 nights accommodation in 4-star accommodation Check In: Saturday 20th May, 2017 Check Out: Saturday 27th May, 2017 Breakfast daily Selected lunches and dinners. Climb the 48 ...
  • Alps, Dolomites & Milan Tour - 9 Nights

    Alps, Dolomites & Milan Tour - 2017 Tour de France • Sportsnet Holidays
    From: $5,795 AUD per person
    Date: 20 May, 2017 - 29 May, 2017
    Tour Packages from $5795 – Click to Enquire! 9 Night Alps, Dolomites and Milan 2017 Giro D’Italia tour packages include: Return Airport to Hotel Transfers to/from Milan. 9 nights accommodation in 4-star accommodation. Check In: Saturday 20th May, 2017. Check Out: Monday 29th May, 2017. Breakfast daily. Selected lunches and dinners. Climb the 48 hairpin ...

Event Details

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2017 Giro d’Italia Tours & Packages from $4995 Now Available!

Event Details
Official Event Name: Giro d’Italia
Event Start Date: 05 May 2017
Event End Date: 28 May 2017
Event Official Website:
Event Category: Cycling
Event Location: Italy
Event Address: Italy
Number of packages in range: 2
Package prices from: $4995

The 2017 edition of the Giro d’Italia will be the 100th edition of one of cycling’s most prestigious events – along with the Tour de France and Vuelta a España, the Giro makes up cycling’s celebrated Grand Tours. Although the event was first staged in 1909 (as a promotional tool for an Italian sports newspaper no less!) and is therefore more than 100 years old, the event was put on hold during the two World Wars.

Traversing some of the most breathtaking scenery Italy (and occasionally some of it’s neighbours), the Giro d’Italia is almost as renowned for it’s stunning backdrop as it is for the thrilling racing it produces! In 2017, the Giro will consist of the following stages:

2017 Giro d’Italia Stages

1 Fri 5 May Alghero – Olbia 203km Flat
2 Sat 5 May Olbia – Tortoli 208km Hills
3 Sun 7 May Tortoli – Cagliari 148km Flat
Rest Day 1 Mon 8 May Rest Day 0km N/A
4 Tue 9 May Cefalù – Etna 180km Mountains
5 Wed 10 May Pedara – Messina 157km Hills, Flat Finish
6 Thu 11 May Reggio Calabria – Terme Luigiane 207km Finish Uphill
7 Fri 12 May Castrovillari – Alberobello 220km Flat
8 Sat 13 May Molfetta – Peschici 189km Hills, last Start
9 Sun 14 May Montenero di Bisaccia – Blockhaus 139km Mountain Finish
Rest Day 2 Mon 15 May Rest 0km N/A
10 Tue 16 May Foligno – Montefalco 39.2km ITT, Hills
11 Wed 17 May Firenze (Ponte a Ema)– Bagno di Romagna 161km Hills
12 Thu 18 May Forlì – Reggio Emilia 237km Hills< Flat Finish
13 Fri 19 May Reggio Emilia – Tortona 162km Flat
14 Sat 20 May Castellania – Oropa 131km Mountain Finish
15 Sun 21 May Valdengo – Bergamo 199km Hills, Flat Start
Rest Day 3 Mon 22 May Rest Day 0km N/A
16 Tue 23 May Rovetta – Bormio 227km Mountains
17 Wed 24 May Tirano – Canazei 219km Mountains
18 Thu 25 May Moena – Ortisei/St. Ulrich 137km Mountains
19 Fri 26 May San Candido/Innichen – Piancavallo 191km Mountains
20 Sat 27 May Pordenone – Asiago 190km Mountains
21 Sun 28 May Monza – Milan 28km ITT, Flat

Although the route of the Giro changes each year, the format is always the same – there’s always a minimum of two time trials and a passage through the mountains of the Alps. Furthermore, like the Tour de France and the Vuelta, the Giro consists of 21 stages over 24 days – the remaining three days being for rest. All stages of the Giro are timed to the finish and after each stage riders’ times are aggregated with their times from previous stages. The rider with the lowest total time is adjudged the leader of the race and gets to wear the Giro’s famed pink jersey. Although the ‘general’ classification (overall) receives the most attention and is the most coveted, there are also classifications for sprinters, climbers, young (under the age of 25) riders and teams.

If you’re interested in joining us on a 2017 Giro d’Italia tour, please take a moment to make an enquiry by selecting a tour package above and then completing the Enquiry Form at the bottom of the package page. One of our friendly consultants will then be in touch shortly to discuss your travel requirements further and putting together an itinerary to suit!

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