Andorra, a great Easter Week destination

Andorra, a great Easter Week destination

What are your plans for Easter Week? No need to think twice. Choose the Pyrenees! Visiting Andorra is a pleasure to the senses and there are always things to do and discover. Andorra is close, safe and has a wide range of hotels and accommodations, as well as great restaurants and countless cultural initiatives. And at Easter Week it’s time to bid the snow farewell and welcome the spring. Moreover, the distances here are short, so it takes very little time to go from one end of the country to the other.

If wnat to say goodbye to the ski slopes and you’re staying in the upper parishes, then you’re undoubtedly close to the ski resorts, where you need only roll out of bed and put on your skis. At the end of your day in the snow, be sure to enjoy a stroll through Andorra’s shopping district, The Shopping Mile, which houses the bulk of the country’s shopping supply. And there in the heart of the pedestrian avenue is illa Carlemany, Andorra’s centre. Moreover, Caldea is just a stone’s throw away!

If you’re more of an urbanite, you’ll want to select a hotel in the capital city or in Escaldes. With options for all tastes and pockets, you’re guaranteed to be in the very epicentre of activity. Close by you’ll have all the shops, as well as illa Carlemany. There at Andorra’s centre, you’ll find restaurants, cafes, a cinema and more than 50 designer brand stores with plenty of ideas for the spring.

And you may even wish to combine shopping with an outing to the Thyssen Museum, a visit to the sculptures of Jaume Plensa and Dalí or a stroll through the old quarters of Andorra la Vella, with terraces and bars where you can sample locally-crafted Andorran beer.

Illa Carlemany