The 1000 Miglia has become an icon of elegance and sporting spirit: a pulsating engine that fuels the development of our magnificent country, which we encourage you to explore as happens every year. An opportunity to discover Italy and support the cities along the route, as well as the places that have hosted historical editions of the event.
After the start from Viale Venezia, we will brush past Lake Garda and pass through Verona, Ferrara, Lugo and Imola, with the first stage culminating in Cervia-Milano Marittima. Stage 2 takes us from San Marino to Senigallia, with a break in Macerata, Fermo and Ascoli Piceno, and the final parade down Via Veneto in Rome. From Rome, stage 3 heads north with a break in Siena, then heads towards Pistoia, crossing the Abetone Pass, to Modena and Reggio Emilia before concluding in Parma. On day 4, after Stradella and Pavia, we will have lunch in Alessandria, before passing through Asti and Vercelli and heading towards central Milan. The final day will see us pass through Bergamo, cross Franciacorta and stop at Ospitaletto and Gussago before returning to the starting point in Brescia.