As anticipated, registrations are open for the 5th Edition of the Brera touring Cup. This year the beautiful Brera and Spider will face a mainly Swiss route, touching some of the most exclusive and renowned locations of the Swiss Alps, up to crossing the border with Italy to tackle the famous Stelvio Pass, the second highest in Europe after Col de L'Iseran, part of the 2022 itinerary.
Alpine landscapes among the most fascinating, viability guaranteed by perfectly maintained roads, typically Swiss order and discipline will characterize the Event.
The departure is scheduled from Geneva , one of the most eclectic, multi-ethnic and lively cities in Switzerland. For those who arrive on Thursday it will be an unforgettable experience to take advantage of a night in this city full of restaurants, pubs and nightlife on the shores of Lake Lèman.
The overnight stay on Friday is planned in Zermatt , in the canton of Valais in southern Switzerland. Zermatt is a mountain resort renowned for skiing, climbing and hiking. The city, at an altitude of around 1,600m, sits beneath the iconic pyramid-shaped peak of the Matterhorn. Its main street, Bahnhofstrasse is lined with boutiques, hotels and restaurants. It can be reached by leaving the cars in the reserved area by means of a train that covers the 4 km closed to traffic in about 12 minutes.
The second day's route will end in St. Moritz , the famous and luxurious alpine resort in the Swiss Engadine valley. It has twice hosted the Winter Olympics, has the Cresta Run, a world championship bobsleigh track in natural ice, and an Olympic outdoor skating rink. Its frozen lake in winter is home to polo, cricket and even ice horse racing. Ski and snowboard areas include Corviglia, Diavolezza, and Corvatsch, and there are well-groomed cross-country ski trails.
On the third day we will leave the Engadine and Switzerland to cross the border with Italy, towards the Stelvio Pass , the famous mountain pass which, with an altitude of 2,757 m above sea level, is the highest paved mountain pass of the Eastern Alps and the second highest in the Alps, 7 m below the Col de l'Iseran in France, covered in the 2021 edition.
The descent from the Stelvio will lead to the conclusion of the event in Bolzano , a city in the province of Alto Adige, in northern Italy, located in a valley among hilly vineyards. It is a gateway to the Dolomites mountain range in the Italian Alps. In the medieval city center, the South Tyrolean Archaeological Museum presents the Neolithic mummy called Ötzi the Iceman. Nearby is the impressive 13th-century Castello di Mareccio and the Cathedral of Bolzano with its Romanesque and Gothic architecture.