No, but the Vuelta is just flatout a better race than the Giro, and while it doesn't have its monsters, it has steep enough climbs to create great racing virtually all across the country which the organizers actually understand to implement, unlike their Italian counterparts. Even TdF with much more limited geography outperforms the Giro in that regard as well.Still, the Vuelta is rarely more than a 7/10 race. The Giro has the potential to be more if RCS design the race better. Spain doesn't have Finestre/Sestriere, Mortirolo/Aprica, Stelvio/Torri di Fraele, Tuscany sterrato stages or multiple climb stages of the same difficulty as the Dolomites. Nor the endless potential for tough medium mountain stages.