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The Spanish round crowns the 2023 champions on the streets of Madrid with a final 101 km route from the Zarzuela Hippodrome

The Tour of Spain 2023 lowers the curtain Hoydomingo September, 17ththe platoon faces the stage 21a last assault of 101.1 kilometers through the streets of Madrid which will culminate with the last volata of the 78th edition of the Spanish round. After traveling just over 3,000 kilometers for three weeks, it is time to crown the champions of the race.

The 1,800 meters of the runway Zarzuela Hippodrome will be the point of salida of the last stage of La Vuelta 2023 before entering the streets of the capital of Spain to the finish line meta in it Paseo del Prado y Cybelein the so-called Landscape of Light.

The epilogue of La Vuelta is summarized in the traditional walk through Madrid, which this year takes place 10 districts and thirty neighborhoods: Moncloa-Aravaca (Valdemarín and Aravaca neighborhoods), Latina (by Campamento and Águilas), Carabanchel (through Buenavista, Abrantes, Zofío, Pradolongo, Almendrales, Orcasur and San Fermín), Vallecas Bridge (through Entrevías, Palomeras Bajas, Portazgo and Palomeras Sureste), Villa de Vallecas (through the Historic Center of Vallecas), Moratalaz (by Pavones and Horcajo), Linear City (through Pueblo Nuevo, Quintana, Ventas and La Concepción), San Blas-Canillejas (through Amposta, Hellín, Simancas and El Salvador), Salamanca (by Fuente del Berro, Guindalera, Goya and Recoletos) and center (by Palace, Ambassadors, Justice and Sun), to finish in the surroundings of the Landscape of Light.

Already in the urban circuitthe multicolored snake will cross emblematic places in the capital of Spain: Columbus Square, Recoletos Walk, Plaza de Cibeles, Alcala, Gran Via, Callao Square, Paseo del Prado, Cánovas del Castillo Square and the Glorieta of Emperor Charles V.

The stage will start at 17:14 hours and is expected to end around 8:00 p.m. in the afternoon with the now traditional final podium in front of Madrid City Hall.


  • Start / Goal: Zarzuela Hippodrome / Madrid. Landscape of Light
  • Date: 9/17/2023
  • Distance: 101,5 km
  • Flat stage
  • Maximum altitude: 709 m
  • Ascension: 1.170 m
  • Sprint intermedio: Km 54,7 (second step across the finish line)
  • Departure time: 5:14 p.m.
  • Hello arrival: 8:00 p.m. (approx.)


The stage 21 of the Vuelta to Spain 2023 (Hipódromo de la Zarzuela / Madrid. Paisaje de la Luz) this Sunday, September 17, you can follow live by television in telesport from the 17:25 hours and the end of the stage in The 2 from the 6:55 p.m.. Likewise, you can follow the stage minute by minute through the direct from EL MUNDO.

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