Nestled in the heart of the Pyrenees between its two great neighbours Spain and France, the Principality of Andorra has a strong character, both in its culture and in its gastronomy inspired by French and Spanish cuisine. Every year, more and more French and Spanish people pack their bags to settle in this little paradise of high mountains, with its thousand-year-old history and endless possibilities for outdoor activities, both in summer and winter, including some of the most beautiful walks in the world. During your holiday in Andorra, you can explore the sumptuous Madriu Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the snow-covered peaks of the Ordino Pass, but also learn more about the striking architectural heritage of the Andorran parishes, with traditional mountain houses, shepherd's huts and Romanesque churches: Andorra is the ideal destination for a relaxing break. If winter in Andorra is the blessed season for skiing, the regional nature parks stretch between green pastures and majestic Pyrenean reliefs that give rise to ski resorts with magnificent snow cover and are a delight for hiking enthusiasts. Visiting Andorra can also be done in relaxation, you can relax in the magnificent thermal centres of the region. Neither French nor Spanish, thriving both in the snow and in the sun, serene and strong, the small principality of Andorra asserts its character through its incredible panoramic views, its wide open spaces in the middle of nature, and leaves a delighted memory for those who venture there. Fill up on fresh mountain air: Benvinguts a Andorra!

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When to go to Andorra?

When to go to Andorra? If all seasons are favourable for a trip to this corner of the Pyrenees, in order to enjoy the mountain escapades, the ski season and the summer months are the best times to go to Andorra. From December to April, people come to enjoy the joys of the snow-covered slopes, while from June to September, it is the green slopes that they enjoy. The summer is much less crowded than the winter and hotel prices are falling, and although the tourist offer is reduced in the low season, it is still important. The months of May, June and September ensure tranquillity and good weather. So when should you go to Andorra? All year round!

How to go to Andorra? Our advice & tips

  • Organised trips
  • Going alone
  • Moving around

There are agencies specialising in active tourism that know the Principality very well. It is therefore fairly easy to find structures adapted to your expectations, offering packages that generally combine at least transport and accommodation. If you are going to Andorra to enjoy winter sports, some agencies also offer packages including equipment and access to the slopes with a guide.

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Andorra's proximity to major cities in France and Spain means that you can get there easily thanks to a well-developed transport network. Plane, train, car, coach, you can get organised quickly and easily. For a stay in Andorra, as everywhere else, it is always interesting to book transport and accommodation in advance to take advantage of advantageous rates.

For those who like to walk, Andorra is particularly pleasant for the diversity of the routes it offers. Whatever city you are in, the short distances will allow you to discover it on foot, from one end to the other, without the need for any means of transport. To travel around the whole area, you can choose to travel by car (your own or a rental car), or by bus.

Prepare for your trip Andorra

Transportation
  • Book a ferry
  • Car Rental
  • Taxi
Accommodations
  • Find a hotel
  • Holiday rental
  • Airbnb rental
Stays
  • Tailor-made trip
Services / On site
  • Book a table
  • Activities & visits

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When to travel?

When to go to Andorra? If all seasons are favourable for a trip to this corner of the Pyrenees, in order to enjoy the...
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Weather forecast

Andorra's weather is subject to a Mediterranean mountain climate, characterised by short, mild summers and long, cold...
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Budget


In Andorra, there is no need to change the currency, the euro is in force! The cost of living is almost the same...
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Formalities

No visa is required to travel to Andorra. However, since it is absolutely necessary to pass through Spain or France,...
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Health

No vaccinations or special health recommendations are in force for a trip to Andorra. Just bring a small first-aid ki...
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How to travel by yourself?

Andorra's proximity to major cities in France and Spain means that you can get there easily thanks to a well-develope...
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How to get organized?

There are agencies specialising in active tourism that know the Principality very well. It is therefore fairly easy t...
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Getting around

For those who like to walk, Andorra is particularly pleasant for the diversity of the routes it offers. Whatever city...
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