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How to get to Andorra: flights, trains, buses

Church of Sant Climent de Pal, Andorra. Author Jaume Meneses. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

BUSES TO ANDORRA The only public transportation that can reach the principality of Andorra is the bus, there are bus connections to Andorra from both France and Spain. The tiny Pyrenean principality of Andorra is only accessible by road, Andorra ...

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Andorra travel insurance, health insurance, documents, plugs, sockets, mobile phones

Church of Sant Cristòfol d'Anyós, La Massana, Andorra.. Author Cars en travel. No Copyright

ANDORRA DOCUMENTS Travel Documents: To enter in Andorra you must be in possession of a passport or identity card valid for expatriation. Children must also be in possession of an identity card valid for expatriation or their own passport. Driving ...

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Andorra tourist attractions: what to see in Andorra

Church of Sant Cristòfol d'Anyós, La Massana, Andorra. Author Belgian man. No Copyright

Tourism is the most flourishing business in Andorra thanks mainly to the tax and customs exemption that the country enjoys. Andorra is a very popular destination in winter thanks to its ski slopes with numerous ski lifts. The country is ...

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Andorra climate: when to go to Andorra

Grandvalira ski resort, Andorra. Autore Christof Damian. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

The climate of Andorra is a mountain climate with Mediterranean influences, the winter has low temperatures, while summer temperatures are mild. The temperatures undergo major differences, depending on the altitude and orientation of mountain slopes. Andorra has a high percentage ...

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Andorra: an ancient principality in the Pyrenees

Church of Sant Climent de Pal, Andorra. Author Jaume Meneses. Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike

Andorra (Principat d’Andorra-Principauté d’Andorre) is a small principality situated in the Pyrenees, formally under the joint sovereignty of France and the Bishop of Urgel (Spain). The tiny principality of Andorra has developed and preserved its isolation thanks to its geographical ...

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