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Three weeks after taking off from the Pompidou Centre in Malaga, we close the modern art circle with the MAVA (Municipal Glass Art Museum) in Alcorcón, which has spent the past 20 years promoting this contemporary discipline in the Grand San José de Valderas Castle, built 100 years ago and recently restored - an artistic luxury in which to host the final departure of La Vuelta 2018.

The La Vuelta peloton rides again, yet another year, amongst Madrid's most emblematic buildings in order to bid farewell to the race's 2018 edition. One of this route's usual witnesses is the Prado Museum. This year, the Spanish picture gallery, one of the most important in Europe, prepares for its second centenary celebrations. The circle we began to trace through the Malaga museums will come to a close by greeting one of our country's most iconic art centres.

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