La Vuelta 2018 will depart from the Pompidou Museum in...

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The 73rd edition of La Vuelta will again surprise with an innovative, ground-breaking and colourful departure. Malaga's Pompidou Museum will be the departure point for La Vuelta 2018, which will... Read more

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La Vuelta 2018 will depart from the Pompidou Museum in Malaga

The 73rd edition of La Vuelta will again surprise with an innovative, ground-breaking and colourful departure. Malaga's Pompidou Museum will be the departure point for La Vuelta 2018, which will commence in the Malaga capital on Saturday, the 25th of August and end on Sunday, the 16th of September in Madrid. Also, for the first time in 9 years, the first stage will be an individual time-trial that will culminate in the emblematic Calle Larios, in the city's historical centre.

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La Vuelta 2017

Running from Saturday August 19th to Sunday September 10th 2017, the Vuelta will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of 3,324.1 kilometres.

  • 5 flat stages and 1 flat with high-altitude finales stage
  • 8 hill stages
  • 5 mountain stages
  • 1 individual time trial stage
  • 1 team time trial stage

Distinctive aspects of the race

  • 40.2 km individual time trial
  • 13.7 km team time trial
  • 50 summits
  • 2 rest days

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