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Perched up high in the Pyrenees between France and Spain, Andorra’s capital boasts eclectic offerings for the hordes of tourists who flock there each year. Skiing is one of the region’s main draws, with Andorra la Vella making a well-equipped and centrally located basecamp during the winter season. History buffs can take in the many historical sites, whilst shopaholics will have plenty of opportunities to splurge. A tax-free haven, bargains to snare range from electronics to perfume, and everything in-between.

Things to see

The centrepiece of the Andorra la Vella’s old town is the stone-built Casa de le Vall. Originally constructed as a manor and tower in the 16th century, the simple square building has served as Andorra’s parliamentary house since 1702. Also adding charm to the city’s old town is Església de Sant Esteve, or the Church of Saint Stephen. With its original bell tower piercing the city’s skyline, the Romanesque style church was built in the 12th century, and holds a collection of paintings depicting the Apocalypse. One of the city’s most popular gathering spots is Placa del Poble, which translates to ‘People’s Square’. Sitting just above a government building, it offers far reaching views of the green and rolling Valley of Andorra. Southwest of the main city, the Bridge of la Margineda is another historical must-see. Stretching 33 metres across the River Valira, the slender stone bridge dates all the way back to the 12th century.

Hotels in Andorra la Vella

Whether you want a thrifty hostel sleepover or a swanky 5-star stay, the hotels in Andorra la Vella come suited to all tastes and budgets. Those with ritzy tastes will find lots of luxury options, some of which feature full-service spas, health clubs and tennis courts. The mid-range accommodation aims to please too, with common amenities including swimming pools, fitness facilities and onsite restaurants. In-room you can expect satellite television, internet access and tea/coffee makers among the creature comforts. There’s no shortage of budget hotels in Andorra la Vella either. Whilst they generally offer fewer in-room frills, many still provide the basic amenities.

Where to stay

Andorra la Vella has 2 distinct portions: The city’s attractive old town, with its antiquated stone streets and historical houses, and the north side of the city, which forms the bustling commercial epicentre. Alongside a cornucopia of bars and restaurants to choose from, it provides a paradise shopping opportunities, including the glossy Pyrenees Department Store. Wherever your hotel in Andorra la Vella you should be able to get around by foot for the most part, whilst a local bus service provides a cheap way to travel if you need to get further afield. If you’re basing yourself here for the skiing, some hotels provide the convenience of ski shuttles.

How to get to Andorra la Vella

Being a 3 to 4 hour drive from the nearest airports getting to Andorra le Vella can be a bit of a trek, though it’s certainly worth the effort. The closest airports are France’s Toulouse-Blagnac, Barcelona’s Barcelona-El Prat, and Girona-Costa Brava and Lleida-Alguaire, both of which are located in Spain. A bus service to Andorra from each airport operates daily, whilst renting a car and driving is another alternative. Whilst the city doesn’t have a train station of its own, there are bus services connecting it to Spain’s Lleida Prinieus Station, Barcelona’s Sants Station, Mataiau Station in Toulouse, and L'Hospitalet-près-l'Andorre in France.