Tour info: Watch & Cycle Milan-San Remo 2018
16 March – 19 March 2018 (4 days/3 nights)
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Benvenuto en Italia. After a long winter it’s time to pedal again! The real start of the classic cycle season starts in Italy. For the 2018 edition there will be a professional organized pro race one day aftrer the day of Milan-San Remo. On Sunday morning 18 March you can cycle the Milan- San Remo classic race yourself! Cyclist can take part in the new Gran Fondo San Remo "La Classicissma". You will cycle the same route just before the professionals will do later that day. The Gran Fondo San Remo" La Classicissma" leads you along the Liguria coastline and features many highlight like the Pogggio and Cipressa climbs. You cycle all the way to San Remo and finish at the same location as the pro riders will do! We have only a few bib numbers available. The Gran Fondo San Remo-San Remo "la Classicissima" is the opportunity for the real enthusiasts of top cycling to experience the electric atmosphere of the grand classic Milan - San Remo race, where they can challenge themselves in person on the same roads as the pro’s.
Watch and ride from Milan-San Remo. Find out how it is to be a professional cyclist by climbing the Cipressa and the Poggio
Itinerary Milan-San Remo Spring Classic March 2018
DAY 1 Friday March 16
Check in at your 3*** hotel. For those who want to have a pick up at San Remo railway station please contact us. Evening dinner will be provided. There will be a briefing and explanation for the coming activities and itinerary for this UCI Milan - San Remo trip.
DAY 2 Saturday March 17
In the moring there will be a trainingsride over the Milan San Remo route along the coast. Milan - San Remo is one of the five monuments in cycling history. This historic UCI World Tour classic also known as “la Classica di Primavera” is the opening of the Spring Classic season. The 107th edition of the race will be held on Saturday March 17 2018. the race will cover a total distance of 294km and is the “longest of the big five classics”. The start is in Milan from here the route goes over the Turchino pass up to the Liguria coastline with the climbs over the Cipressa and Poggio before the riders arrive at the San Remo seafront. Maybe the new edition of Milan San Remo gives more changes to aggressive riders rather than the sprinters! Who will be the strongest in the 2015 edition of Milan-San Remo. Last year’s winner was Alexander Kristoff but the most successful rider was Eddy Merckx . Merckx won 7 times La Primarevera (its still a record of victories in one single classic race). Evening at leisure.
DAY 3 Sunday March 18
The start of GRANFONDO SANREMO "la Classicissima" with 120km of cycling pleasure is around 09.30. Cyclist can take part in the new Gran Fondo San Remo. The finish is under the same arch of the pros (photo opportunity!) You can cycle the Milan- San Remo classic race yourself! You will cycle the same route just before the professionals will do later that day. The Gran Fondo San Remo leads you along the Liguria coastline and features many highlight like “the Pogggio and Cipressa “climbs. Evening dinner included.
DAY 4 Monday March 19
Departure day…..Time to say goodbye, a good flight back home or a pleasant stay in Italy. Transfers to San Remo railway station on request.
The most important gateways to Milan.
Milan has three important airports; the most important airport is Milan Malpensa, from here many flights leave /arrive worldwide. There are many regular flights to/ from Madrid, Brussels, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Berlin, Rome, London Heathrow, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Athens, Zurich and more very important cities from all around the Globe.
The second airport is Milan Linate which has a lot of domestic and European flights to all important cities in Europe. There is a shuttle bus connecting Malpensa with Linate Airport. The ride between the two airports takes more than an hour.
The third airport is Bergamo Airport (officially Orio al Serio International Airport) and is northeast of Milan, close to the city of Bergamo. This airport is especially used by budget companies like Ryanair.
From Milan Malpensa Airport to Milan Central station are Malpensa Shuttle busses departing: every 30 to 60 minutes Length: 1 hour.
From Milan Linate International Airport to Milan Central station busses departing every 30 minutes Length: 20 minutes.
Bergamo Airport has no direct train connection, but there is a shuttle bus that takes you to the station in Bergamo.
Nice Airport is more convenient because it is only 50 km (about 30 miles) away from San Remo and from here you can get to the main international and intercontinental airports including to Paris - with a flight every hour. Easy Jet has regular flights to Orly airport. Côte d`Azur main airport is Nice International Airport. There are many flights to/ from Madrid, Brussels, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Berlin, Rome, London Heathrow, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Athens, Zurich and many more very important destination from all around the Globe.
The most important gateways to Nice from Italy are the airports in Milan and Genoa. Milan has three important airports; the most important airport is Milan Malpensa, from here many flights leave /arrive worldwide. There are many regular flights to/ from Madrid, Brussels, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Berlin, Rome, London Heathrow, Copenhagen, Barcelona, Athens, Zurich and many more very important cities from all around the Globe.
Nice Airport to Nice city centre/Railway station is easily accessible with the airport express buses. They run every 30 minutes to/from Nice main railway station (Gare Nice Ville). The train from Nice to San Remo takes one hour and ten minutes.
The train ride from Milan to San Remo takes roughly 3 hours and 45 minutes
|Date||16 March 2018 till 19 March 2018|
|Price||€ 895 per person based on Twin Share room|
|Single supplement||€ 150|
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