Forfait andorra

forfait andorra

What do you know about Andorra?

Welcome to Andorra! A country with over a thousand years of history that covers 180 square miles and receives eight million visitors a year. Do you want to find out more about us?

Is it safe to visit Andorra?

Crime: Andorra has a low crime rate. However, since all visitors to Andorra transit through southern France or northeast Spain, it is important to be aware of the type of crime that tourists typically experience in the region. Please refer to country information for Spain and France for additional details.

How long can you stay in Andorra without a visa?

You may enter Andorra through Spain or France under the Schengen Visa Waiver Agreement for a stay of up to 90 days; however, long term visitors should follow the relevant residency regulations and obtain the required Andorra residence card (Note: Andorra does not issue visas).

Is there an airport in Andorra?

Andorra is landlocked and does not have an airport; therefore, all visitors to Andorra must enter via Andorra’s land border with either Spain or France. U.S. citizens will need to comply with restrictions in those countries prior to entering Andorra. No additional restrictions are in place in Andorra.

What are the most interesting facts about Andorra?

Andorra is a unique country, which lies squashed in between the two giants France and Spain, right in the middle of the Pyrenees. Despite its size, there are many fascinating facets to this pint-sized country. Here are 10 of the most interesting facts. 1. The country of Andorra can fit into the City of London more than three times

Why choose Andorra for your next wellness holiday?

This means that if you’re going on holiday here, it’s quite possible to see the whole country during your visit. Not only is Andorra an ideal skiing and hiking destination, but it makes for a perfect wellness holiday, too.

What is the relationship between France and Andorra?

Andorra is a parliamentary co-principality with the president of France and the Catholic bishop of Urgell ( Catalonia, Spain) as co-princes. This peculiarity makes the president of France, in his capacity as prince of Andorra, an elected monarch, although he is not elected by a popular vote of the Andorran people.

Why go hiking in Andorra?

One of the interesting facts about Andorra that hikers will love the most is this: thanks to its over 60 mountain trails, you can travel throughout Andorra without setting foot on tarmac, by following the Gran Recorrido País trail. There are also 29 mountain refuges where you can spend the night during your journey, surrounded by nature.

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