About Andorra

Pure nature, medicinal springs with hot water, centuries-old churches, snow-covered pikes sometimes in the summer heat, too - Into mountain ranges hidden city-state is so tiny, but it shows many unique attractions to the visitors.

This city-state has an area of 468 km2 and it is bordered by Spain and France.



Buses are the major means of transport in Andorra. Lines serve Barcelona on the Spanish side, Perpignan, and Toulouse on the French side. From Andorra la Vella, you can take L1 to Les Elcades, and L2 to Encamp. Apart from buses, there are funiculars and elevators too. One of the most famous elevators takes passengers from Encamp to Lake Engolasters.


Several companies operate cabs in the capital. Taxi stands are mostly located around shopping centers or bus stations. Night rides and phone call orders may come with an extra fee.


Due to the fact that the city-state is pretty small, it might not be easy to find a parking lot. The smartest solution can be the car park next to the City Council.

Useful tips

Centre Termolúdic Caldea, located in the center of Andorra la Vella, is the biggest spa complex in the world. The roof of the building, a spectacular and modern glass pyramid is visible from several points of the city.

During winter, it's worth visiting Andorra for one of the favorite ski resorts in the Pyrenees. Vallnord ski area is made up of three ski complexes, providing a huge scale of varieties.

There are more than 2000 stores registered in Andorra, meaning that there is one shop for every 40 residents in this city-state.

Good to Know

spanish, catalan


Time Zone
Central European Time (CET)

Country Code

Electric Current
230 V

Plug Type
F-type plugF-type plug

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