Valencia Parkings in Palacio Velódromo Luis Puig

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Park in Palacio Velódromo Luis Puig

The Palacio Luis Puig, inaugurated in 1992 on the occasion of the World Track Cycling Championships of the same year, is a multi-purpose pavilion located in the Spanish city of Valencia. It currently has a 250-metre cycling track and a 200-metre athletics track, as well as a weight training area and a maintenance gymnastics area. The venue has a total capacity of 6,500 places for those who wish to use the facilities.

Where to park to go to the Luis Puig Velodrome Palace

If you come by car, we advise you to check the different car parks within the city and book in advance the space that best suits your needs to avoid driving around looking for parking on the day of your visit, especially on the day of important events.

Public car parks near the Luis Puig Velodrome Palace

An alternative is public car parks, as there are a large number of options around the area you are interested in, but it is important to check availability and whether it is possible to secure your parking space.

If around the Palacio Velódromo Luis Puig you can't find a place to park your car, you can also check options a little further away in Valencia and take public transport or walk to your destination. For example, one option could be with Parkimeter. Check out the options and book online.

Parking on the street near the Luis Puig Velodrome Palace

Street parking can be another alternative, and in some cases the most optimal and accessible, but we always suggest you look at the restrictions, otherwise it could cost you more than you would have paid in a public or private car park. Be sure to check the parking regulations in Valencia before you park your car.

Events at the Luis Puig Palace

The Luis Puig Palace has already hosted many sporting events, such as the 1992 UCI Track World Championships, the 1998 European Indoor Athletics Championships, the 2000 European Short Track Championships, as well as the 2008 World Indoor Athletics Championships, and the hall is named after Luis Puig.

Who was Luis Puig Esteve

Luis Puig Esteve lived from 1915 to 1990 and was president of the world cycling federation Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI). He also worked as a journalist for the magazine Levante, where he was in charge of reports on cycling. He also passed on his passion for the sport to young students as a professor at the University of Valencia and as a cycling coach.

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