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Things to do in Andorra la Vella

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Andorra la Vella: Pyrenees Snowmobiling Experience Tour

1. Andorra la Vella: Pyrenees Snowmobiling Experience Tour

This unique experience starts in the famous location Grau Roig, a sector of the Grandvalira ski resort in Andorra. You will live an amazing experience in one of the best corners of the country of the Pyrenees, an idyllic setting to enjoy the whitest winter. This is an experience where you can discover in a two-seater motorcycle brand Artic Cat more than 15km of evasion. The Cruiser is specially designed for first time riders. We will introduce you to the sport of snowmobiling in a safe, exciting, and informative environment. Once you have completed your orientation, your guide will lead you on a journey through magnificent terrain including old growth forests and breath-taking views. This is the final excursion suitable to families with children and adults, but also an authentic experience for couples and groups of friends looking to experience sensations!

Andorra and France from Barcelona. 3 countries in one day.

2. Andorra and France from Barcelona. 3 countries in one day.

Enjoy a day full of nature and culture in 3 different countries on this full-day trip from Barcelona to France and Andorra. Visit Ax-les-Thermes, Pas de la Casa, and Andorra la Vella, and enjoy a mix of guided tours and free time to explore at your own pace. From the meeting point, set off on your tour in an air-conditioned bus. Make your first stop at Ax-les-Thermes, a small town in the French Pyrenees known for its ski resorts and characteristic hot springs. Get some free time to explore the town and taste its traditional cheeses, and bread. Later, head to the border crossing Pas de la Casa, where you will see the highest port in the Pyrenees and the Grandlvalira winter sports station. Have the opportunity to step into another country and take magnificent pictures from a great viewpoint. From here, continue to Andorra la Vella, admiring the amazing landscapes of the Pyrenees on the way. Upon arrival in the capital, your guide will show you the most important places in the city, such as Casa de la Vall, the 12th-century Sant Esteve Church, Dali's watch, and more. Learn about the area's political situation, the importance of its natural world, and one of its most famous attractions: the ideal skiing tracks that attract athletes and ski fans from all over the world. After the guided tour, enjoy some free time on Meritxell's Avenue to try some food or go shopping. Once your free time is up, board your bus again for the return journey to Barcelona.

Barcelona: 3 Countries in 1 Day Small-Group Tour

3. Barcelona: 3 Countries in 1 Day Small-Group Tour

Cross 3 borders in a single day on this full-day adventure that leaves from Barcelona. Step foot in Spain, France, and Andorra, and stop in charming medieval villages and beautiful natural landscapes along the way. Make an early start from Barcelona and soon be in the medieval Catalan village of Baga, surrounded by the rocky peaks of Cadi-Moixero National Park. Explore Baga’s central square and medieval church before crossing the border into France, where you will stop in the charming and beautiful ancient spa town of Ax-Les-Thermes. Your guide will recommend some of the best natural fountains to visit, and those best suitable for soaking your feet in. You'll then have free time to enjoy the healing waters, browse the local artisan shops and look out for a souvenir to remember your visit. After an hour of wandering around this typical French village, its time to choose from one of the many local restaurants for a traditional French lunch.  After lunch, you’ll take the scenic route over the Pyrenees Alps into neighboring Andorra, to the capital Andorra la Vella. You will have a little bit of time to visit Andorra la Vella’s tax-free shops for bargain-priced wine and souvenirs On the return drive, admire the Romanesque church of St. Climent and the stunning valley views before continuing on your way back to Barcelona, arriving in time for pre-dinner drinks and tapas or whatever else your evening holds.

From Barcelona: Highlights of Andorra Private Tour

4. From Barcelona: Highlights of Andorra Private Tour

Discover the highlights of Andorra on a private full-day tour from Barcelona. Be camera-ready as you visit sights such as the Romanesque Sant Esteve Church and the snow-capped Pyrenees. Take advantage of the flexibility and intimacy of a private trip with your own personal guide. During this tour, you’ll the opportunity to discover the tiny landlocked nation of Andorra, located on the border between Spain and France. Once your chauffeur has picked you up from your designed Barcelona location, you’ll make way to Andorra. Once there, meet with your private tour guide for 4-hours, giving you plenty of time to see the main attractions of Andorra, from the Casa de la Vall to the Plaza del Poble at the city center, where you will be able to see sculptures and unbeatable views of the city. To conclude the tour, make a final stop at the Pyrenees, believed to be the most attractive place in Andorra. Admire the mountains that are covered with nature and snow, offering many routes and activities to do.

Barcelona: 3 Countries in 1 Day Full-Day Trip with Pickup

5. Barcelona: 3 Countries in 1 Day Full-Day Trip with Pickup

Make the most of your time in Barcelona with a day trip that covers three European countries in one day. Visit must-see locations in Spain, France, and Andorra and witness the beauty of the Pyrenees. Start your trip with hotel pickup then head north through Montserrat Mountain. See the mountain's famous rock formations and learn about the history of the Benedict monastery from your guide. Stop for a quick breakfast in one of the most beautiful valleys in the Pyrenees and maybe even spot one of the local red squirrels that call the area home. Your first visit is to the medieval town of Bagà which dates back to the 8th century. Here, enjoy a walking tour and learn about the history of the town, including its local festivals, traditions, and architecture. Next, pass your first border of the day, into France to visit the ancient spa town of Ax-Les-Thermes. Enjoy a stroll through the hot springs of the town and soak up the healing mountain air. Afterward, enjoy lunch at a local favorite and sample traditional Andorran Pyrenees dishes. After lunch, cross the border into Andorra. Stop at several viewpoints along the way and enjoy panoramic views of the country's ski resorts, lush green fields, shimmering mountains, lakes, and waterfalls. Finally, arrive in the capital, Andorra La Vella. Here, either enjoy some free time for shopping and exploring at your own pace or do some more sightseeing with your guide. Explore narrow alleyways and the Church of Saint Stephen before getting your passport stamped on the way back to Barcelona.

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What people are saying about Andorra la Vella

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 519 reviews

I really recommend this service. Gloria was our guide. She added cultural and historical details that I would miss if I went alone. She also gave us some helpful advices and showed us the most interesting places. Jorge was our driver, very polite, nice and we could tell that he had experience. The bus was very comfortable, the group was always on time, everything perfect.

Our tour guide Jordi was simply the best guide I ever had. Marcello the driver was also very accommodating by driving slowly at point of interest for us to take photo and turning on the heater when our bus got cold. I sincerely recommend this your to anyone.

One of the best Fridays of my life! We had the day off work and we didn't know what to do, and by chance we came across this tour organized by Amigo Tours. As we are from Barcelona we know the city, but we had never been to Andorra. I recommend it 100%!

The driver was at his first day behind the steering wheel, I think. He was killing the engine on climbing roads and made some turns that we expected to landing outside of the road.

Very well organized on time. Gloria our guide was very attentive.