Andorra is a landlocked state in southwes-tern Europe, situated on the border between France and Spain. It consists of deep valleys and gorges, surrounded by moun-tains. Winter lasts about 6 months, with heavy snowfalls, spring and summer are warm. One third of the population lives in the capital. Tourism with more than 11.000.000 visitors a year, trade and banking are the main activities. Exported are clothing, mine-ral water and cattle.

Andorra is a principality and the population of about 66.000 inhabitants live in an area of about 470 square kilometers. The languages spoken are Spanish, Catelan and French.

There are only 2 roads leading to Andorra la Vella, one from France and one from Spain. The is no airport and no railway station, only a bus station.

So tiny that most people would have trouble pinpointing it on a map of Southern Europe, Andorra lies deep in the Pyrenees mountains between Spain and France. Although skiing and duty-free shopping are the reasons most Europeans travel there, this little principality is a wonderful destination for hikers and travelers who enjoy those untrammeled places that still exist in Europe.Since its first lift was installed in 1957, Andorra has grown into one of the largest skiing provinces in Europe. Straddling the Pyrenees Mountains at a peak elevation of 2,946 meters, this mountainous country wedged in between France and Spain has three main alpine resorts: Grandvalira, Ordino-Arcalis, and Pal-Arinsal. Between them you’ll find downhill, slalom, and cross-country skiing facilities, snowshoe trails, snowmobile paths, helicopter tours… even snow-bike rental! A lively après-ski scene takes over at dusk.

Andorra Tourism

Places to Visit in Andorra
Things to do in Andorra
Andorra Temples

Destinations In Andorra

Map Of Andorra

Andorra Hotels and Resorts

Tips for Visiting Andorra

Below is some useful travel information for visitors contemplating a trip to

Andorra, including suggestions on where and when to go, visa requirements, money used, information about Andorra

food and drink as well as a handy Travelers’ Dos and Don’ts list.

Contents:

What is the geography of Andorra?

What are the ethnic groups in Andorra?

What language is spoken in Andorra?

 

Helpful words to get you started:

  • Hello: Sabaii dee
  • How much: Tao dai
  • Two: Song

What is the main religion in Andorra?

 

What is the culture of Andorra?

What is the history of Andorra?

How is the climate in Andorra?

 

When is the best time to visit Andorra?

Do I need a visa to go to Andorra? How much is the visa fee for Andorra?

 

 How to get to Andorra?

How can I get around Andorra?

What things I need to know before visiting Andorra?

 

What are some good books and movies on Andorra?

What will I eat in Andorra?

How is healthcare in Andorra?

 

What to buy in Andorra?

How to handle money in Andorra?

What is nightlife like in Andorra?

Is Andorra a safe place to travel?

What to wear in Andorra?

What are the etiquette & customs in Andorra?

What are the Traveler’s Do’s and Don’ts in Andorra?

 

What is illegal in Andorra?

 

What are the major ceremonies and festivals of Andorra?

 

 What are the public holidays in Andorra?

 

Why should I go to Andorra at least once?

 

Last updated on July 2, 2017 at 2:23 pm. Word Count: 988