La Vuelta 2023, which will go through three countries, sees the light today

The Palau de la Música Catalana in Barcelona hosts this Tuesday (7:30 p.m., TDP) the presentation of La Vuelta 2023, an event that is held later than other years but that will reveal all the details of the route of a race that will be held from August 26, beginning in Barcelona, ​​and ending on September 17 in Madrid.

As AS announced, the journey of this 78th edition will cross three countries: Spain, Andorra and France. In the latter, an arrival at Tourmalet will take place for the first time in the history of La Vuelta. Angliru, in Asturias, will also be there. This year will start with a team time trial and there will also be an individual onewhich will take place in Valladolid.

In total, there will be nine Autonomous Communities that will be the start and/or finish line, and Andalusia will not be one of them, with the northern half of the country as the protagonist. The final fireworks, in stage 20, will be in Guadarrama. That’s where Evenepoel’s successor will be known… in case the Belgian doesn’t repeat.

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