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Stage 21 - 09/17/2023

Flat - Hipódromo de la Zarzuela > Madrid. Paisaje de la Luz - 101.5 km

Madrid. Paisaje de la Luz

Except in special occasions, Madrid is the classic location for La Vuelta’s grand finale. Cibeles, Neptuno, Colón, Gran Vía, the Prado… all of these form a part of the history of La Vuelta’s final stage, which is a tribute to the winner of La Roja, and provides the setting for the final winners’ podium. Madrid holds a very special place in the history of the race and will continue to do so in 2023.

77 La Vuelta stages have concluded in Madrid
3,305,408 inhabitants
Community of Madrid

Hipódromo de la Zarzuela

With a history spanning more than 80 years, the La Zarzuela Hippodrome narrates almost a century of the capital’s recent history through its emblematic infrastructure. Over the past decades, the sports centre has adapted very well and, today, not only holds equestrian events in its 1,800 metres of racetracks, but also celebrates numerous business events and is a nerve centre for a variety of family activities. Having already hosted a La Vuelta stage departure in La Vuelta 20, it will again be the departure point for the race’s final stage.

The La Zarzuela Hippodrome has already hosted a La Vuelta stage departure
Community of Madrid