History of the Eurovespa / Vespa World Days

From 1954 to 2006 – The Eurovespa

The Eurovespa took place every year from 1954 to 2006 (with a break in the 70s): Vespa lovers from all over Europe and further afield came together for the largest and best-known rally of its kind worldwide. The last Eurovespa was held in Torino, Italy in 2006.

In 2006 the Piaggio group and the Piaggio Foundation created the Vespa World Club with the aim to promote, unite and coordinate all Vespa Clubs worldwide. In 2007 the event’s name was changed to Vespa World Days. 17 years after the last event in Germany – which was in Hamburg in 2000 – the Vespa World Days will be hosted in Celle.

Vespa World Days to come:

  • 2021 – Switzerland
  • 2020 – Bali, Indonesia; Portugal (European Vespa Days)
  • 2019 – Balatonfüred, Hungary
  • 2018 – Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • 2017 – Celle, Germany

Vespa World Days from 2007 to 2016:

  • 2016 – St Tropez, South of France
  • 2015 – Biograd na Moru, Croatia
  • 2014 – Mantova, Italy
  • 2013 – Hasselt, Belgium
  • 2012 – London, United Kingdom
  • 2011 – Gjovik, Norway
  • 2010 – Fatima, Portugal
  • 2009 – Zell am See, Austria
  • 2008 – Cefalu, Sicily
  • 2007 – San Marino, Italy

Eurovespa from 1954 to 2006:

  • 2006 – Turin, Italy
  • 2005 – Wörthersee, Austria
  • 2004 – Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2003 – Vienna, Austria
  • 2002 – Viterbo, Italy
  • 2001 – Fourchambault Nevers, France
  • 2000 – Hamburg, Germany
  • 1999 – Girona, Spain
  • 1998 – Gronningen, Holland
  • 1997 – Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 1996 – Sanremo, Italy
  • 1995 – Aix en Provence, France
  • 1994 – Girona, Spain
  • 1993 – Treme Albano, Italy
  • 1992 – Pforzheim, Germany
  • 1991 – San Marino, Rep. San Marino
  • 1990 – Kreuzligen, Switzerland
  • 1989 – Kaiserslautern, Germany
  • 1988 – Aix le Bains, France
  • 1987 – Krems, Austria
  • 1986 – Barcelona, Spain
  • 1985 – Frankfurt, Germany
  • 1984 – Verona, Italy
  • 1983 – Saarbrücken, Germany
  • 1982 – Reggio Calabria, Italy
  • 1981 – San Vincenzo, Italy
  • 1970 – Luzern, Switzerland
  • 1969 – Viareggio, Italy
  • 1967 – Mainz, Germany
  • 1966 – Florence, Italy
  • 1963 – Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy
  • 1962 – Madrid, Spain
  • 1961 – Salzburg, Austria
  • 1960 – Rome, Italy
  • 1959 – Paris, France
  • 1958 – Brussel, Belgium
  • 1957 – Barcelona, Spain
  • 1956 – Munich, Germany
  • 1955 – San Remo, Italy
  • 1954 – Paris, France

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