Giro d’Italia 2022 route: Every stage detailed for 105th edition

Taking an in-depth look at all 21 stages of the 2022 Italian Grand Tour

Stage 19 of the 2021 Giro d'Italia
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The 105th Giro d’Italia took place between May 6 to May 29, where the riders will tackle 21 stages over a gruelling three-week period. Race organiser RCS initially announced the Grande Partenza would take place in Budapest, Hungary, before revealing the Italian stages of the event. 

Hungary hosted three stages of the Giro, with the Grand Tour then heading back to Italy after three days in the central European country. In total, the race is set to feature two ITTs, seven flat, six mountain, and six hilly stages in total. 

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Giro d'Italia 2022 routeRow 0 - Cell 1 Row 0 - Cell 2
Stage one, Fri May 6Budapest - Visegrád195km flat
Stage two, Sat May 7Budapest - Budapest9.2km ITT
Stage three, Sun May 8Kaposvár - Balatonfüred201km flat
Stage four, Tue May 10Avola - Etna166km mountain
Stage five, Wed May 11Catania - Messina172km flat
Stage six, Thu May 12Palmi - Scalea (Riviera del Cedri)192km flat
Stage seven, Fri May 13Diamante - Potenza198km hilly
Stage eight, Sat May 14Napoli - Napoli149km hilly
Stage nine, Sun May 15Isernia - Blockhaus187km mountain
Stage ten, Tue May 17Pescara - Jesi194km hilly
Stage 11, Wed May 18Santarcangelo di Romagna - Reggio Emilia201km flat
Stage 12, Thu May 19Parma - Genova186km hilly
Stage 13, Fri May 20Sanremo - Cueno157km flat
Stage 14, Sat May 21Santena - Torino153km hilly
Stage 15, Sun May 22Rivarolo Canavese - Cogne177km mountain
Stage 16, Tue May 24Salò - Aprica 200km mountain
Stage 17, Wed May 25Ponte Di Legno - Lavarone165km mountain
Stage 18, Thu May 26Borgo Valsugana - Treviso146km flat
Stage 19, Fri May 27Marano Lagunare - Santuario Di Castelmonte178km hilly
Stage 20, Sat May 28Belluno - Marmolada167km mountain
Stage 21, Sun May 29Verona - Verona17.1km ITT

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