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Milan Sanremo Start Experience 2025

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Hospitality at Milan Sanremo

The Milano-Sanremo is the longest race on the cycling calendar and is rightly considered one of the most important races of the year.

Sportive Breaks are proud to be appointed as the official hospitality partner of the 2025 Milan Sanremo. On Saturday 15 March 2025, you will be able to enjoy a full day at the bike races. You can choose from two VIP hospitality areas as well as the ultimate experience, a day on the course in an official Milan Sanremo race car.

Milan Sanremo VIP hospitality combines a prime view of the racing action with complimentary food, beverages and an electric atmosphere to enjoy with family, friends or colleagues. Choose from Start, Finish or Full Day Race Car Experience.

This experience is for the Start Hospitality Area.

Start Hospitality

  • Hospitality area with snack/coffee bar service
  • A privileged position to watch the women’s and the men’s rider presentations
  • All taxes are included

Finish Hospitality

  • Exclusive access to an indoor hospitality area, close to the finish line
  • Authentic Italian food and drink will be on offer
  • The race will be broadcast live for you on large plasma screen televisions
  • As the race draws to a close, you can step outside to see the final moments, in person, from the finish line
  • All taxes are included

Full day on the course in an official race car

  • Welcome and assignment of a daily pass
  • Access to the Hospitality Area at Start
  • VIP car on the course
  • Packed Lunch
  • Access to the Hospitality Area at the finish line with non-stop open bar and finger-food catering
  • Race broadcast live on plasma TV screens at the finish
  • All taxes are included
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Start Hospitality

  • Hospitality area with snack/coffee bar service
  • A privileged position to watch the women’s and the men’s rider presentations
  • All taxes are included

Entry and Hospitality Ticket Sales

In the selling of any entry or hospitality tickets, Sportive Breaks act as an agent for the event organiser.

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Saturday – 2025 Milan Sanremo

After an early breakfast, it’s race time! Make your way to the start and experience the race build-up and start of the race.

  • 08.15 – Start hospitality opens/ meeting time for a day in a VIP car
  • 08:00 – 09:35 – Signature check. Race build-up men – location TBC
  • 09.30 – Board the official race car
  • 09.40 – Lining up of the riders
  • 10.00 – The start of the race
  • 13.30 – Finish Hospitality opens – Via Roma, San Remo
  • 16.45 – The finish of the men’s race – Via Roma, Sanremo
Need to Know

How to book

Please make your booking by clicking on the orange button at the top of the page. Please ensure that you select the correct amount of tickets. If you are booking a room through us then please ensure you book for all members of your party plus all the required extras. When you book, we will require a deposit to confirm your place.

Important information

Children below the age of 12 can’t take part in the VIP car experience.

Travel advice

Before you travel, check the ‘Entry Requirements’ section for Italy’s current entry restrictions and requirements. For UK travellers information can be found here. Italy travel advice - GOV.UK (

For other countries, please check with the relevant local authorities.

Travel Insurance

For details of specialist sports travel insurance for our travel packages, please visit our insurance page. You must ensure that your travel insurance policy covers you to participate in cycling events in Italy. Please remember to insure your bike for foreign travel.

Entry and Hospitality Ticket Sales

In the selling of any entry or hospitality tickets, Sportive Breaks act as an agent for the event organiser.



Milan is considered the key financial and economic hub of Italy. The rest of Europe is only a short distance away, just past the Alps, which are visible in the background behind the amazing architecture of the skyscrapers of the Isola and CityLife districts on bright sunny days.

Milan is also synonymous with fashion and design, advertising and trendsetting. It is home to some of the leading ‘made in Italy’ brands, and the venue of the famous Fashion Weeks that attract large crowds of industry specialists, fashion addicts and enthusiasts every year.

A major centre for art, publishing and opera, Milan has a network of globally famous theatres and museums, including Teatro alla Scala (one of the leading opera houses in the world), Pinacoteca di Brera, Museo del Novecento, Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia ‘Leonardo da Vinci’, Villa Reale, Mudec and Museo Civico di storia naturale.

Milan boasts a long-standing tradition in literature, art, music and science that is reflected in the city’s universities, buildings and churches. A major legacy of the rich history of the city includes Ca’ Granda, Palazzo Reale, the Sforza Castle, the Duomo, Leonardo’s Navigli, the Basilica of Sat’Ambrogio and the Basilica of Santa Maria delle Grazie, which holds Leonardo’s ‘Last Supper’.

Lastly, the urban fabric of Milan reflects a passion for sports, such as football, with the “derby della Madonnina” between Milan and Inter, one of the oldest matches in Italy, basketball, with Olimpia Milano, one of the major teams in Europe, and of course cycling. Milan has been the historical headquarters of many important Italian bicycle manufacturers, a traditional finish location for the Giro d’Italia, and the start city of the ‘springtime Classicissima’, Milano-Sanremo.


Lying along the sun-drenched Riviera dei Fiori, Sanremo has a mild and pleasant microclimate, as compared to other cities of the region, which makes it the perfect tourist destination.

It is renowned for flower farming (hence its nickname, ‘the city of flowers’) and for a traditional parade of flower-covered floats held every year in the spring, called ‘Sanremo in fiore’. Other famous events taking place in Sanremo every year include the Italian Song Festival, aired by the national broadcaster Rai, and the Rassegna della canzone d’autore, organised by the Club Tenco.

The old town centre (nicknamed La Pigna, ‘the pine cone’, after the shape of its ancient defensive walls) reflects the glorious past of the city. Main sights include the Basilica Collegiata Cattedrale di San Siro, the sanctuary of Madonna della Costa, the hermitage of San Michele, and the Church of Cristo Salvatore, built in the late 19th century by the Russian nobility, nowadays one of the symbols of the town, together with the Casino, nearby, one of the three remaining in Italy.

Notable sights also include many private mansions built along the promenade: Palazzo Bellevue (which has been a luxury hotel for many years and became the city hall in 1963); Palazzo Borea d’Olmo (one of the major Baroque buildings of western Liguria, a few metres away from Teatro Ariston); Villa Ormond (renowned for its park, with many exotic plants); Villa Nobel (built in Moorish style, the last place where Alfred Nobel lived, currently a museum and a venue for cultural meetings), Villa King, nearby (Art Deco), and Castello Devachan (the venue of the meeting of the victorious Allies after the end of World War I in 1920).

Speaking of sports, the city is renowned as the finish location of Milano-Sanremo (one of the major springtime classics on the international cycling calendar), and it has been the venue of an iconic automobile rally since 1928.

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