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Tour of Italy cycling race

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Any cycling fans here? We're making a special trip to Florence - even though it's out of our way - just to see the Tour of Italy (Giro d'Italia) when it arrives in Florence on Sunday, May 12. If there are any Tour of Italy cycling fans here, can you recommend some good spots from which to watch the race in Florence as it approaches the finish? We're staying in an apartment on Via dei Bardi (near the Uffizi) and we do not have a car. However, we'd consider taking the bus out to Fiesole before they shut down the roads if that's the coolest place to watch the race. The stage ends in Florence (where, exactly, I'm not sure...can't seem to find this info...maybe only Italians know right now? The Giro d'Italia website shows a map, but you can't enlarge it enough to see where exactly the bike race ends.)

Grazie!

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