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Home / Events and iniziatives / Rimini, stage finish for Tour de France 2024

Rimini, stage finish for Tour de France 2024

Rimini among the four cities in Emilia Romagna involved in the Grand Départ of the Tour de France 2024
Resort: 
Rimini, arrival on the Di Vittorio promenade (Lagomaggio area)

In 2024, Tour de France, the most important cycling competition in the world and one of the top three international sporting events, will start from Italy and Rimini will be the first of the finishing stages on the peninsula. In fact, Emilia-Romagna will be the protagonist of the 2024 edition of the Tour, with the three stages Florence-Rimini, Cesenatico-Bologna, and Piacenza-Turin. In all, over 600 kilometres will be running in Italy, from Piazzale Michelangelo, the heart of Florence, to Turin, the first capital of Italy, crossing Emilia-Romagna and the Via Emilia, the ancient consular road that runs through the region from Rimini to Piacenza. A tribute to Italy in the footsteps of the myth of Bartali, Pantani and Coppi, on the centenary of the first Italian winner of the Tour in 1924 with Ottavio Bottecchia, the first Italian to wear the yellow jersey.
On 29 June, the yellow caravan will set off from Florence, to cover 205 km, passing through the Apennines, Valmarecchia upto San Marino and reach the finish line by the sea in Rimini. The race will continue with the other two Italian stages, Cesenatico-Bologna on 30 June and Piacenza-Turin the following day.  
An extraordinary sporting event that is expected to have over 730,000 spectators only in Emilia-Romagna and television coverage, much of it live, in 200 countries, representing the third most-watched sporting event in the world.
Many will be the initiatives that will be carried out in the single territories, collateral to the Tour: from the attractiveness of the territories themselves to the promotion of cycling and mobility on two wheels up to the involvement of young people and schools.

Period of development: 
29 June 2024
Last update date: 26/03/2024 - 16:01