Category: Andorra All Year Round

To enjoy the products and cuisine of the local land
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To enjoy the products and cuisine of the local land

Did you know that high-altitude wine is made in Andorra? And artisan beer? Well, these are simply some of the local products from the land that you can taste here in “the country of the Pyrenees”. As to the wines, the different Andorran wineries have managed to make use of the altitude and rugged land...

4 March, 201928 April, 2019by
For relaxing
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For relaxing

If what you want is to pamper yourself and disconnect, Andorra has countless different options for you. One is to enjoy nature and escape the hustle and bustle of the big city; yet another is to enjoy the wellness centres and the treatments they offer. Caldea is the Andorran spa that brings together relaxation and...

4 March, 20192 May, 2019by
For shopping
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For shopping

How could anyone leave Andorra without having been shopping? Shopping in Andorra is especially alluring, not just because of the more reasonable prices, but also thanks to the longer business hours, the many specialised shops and the vast supply of brands and products. The country’s par-excellence shopping district is located along the avenues Meritxell and Carlemany,...

4 March, 20192 May, 2019by
Town festivals, music series and performances/shows
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Town festivals, music series and performances/shows

With the arrival of the fair weather, Andorrans come out to the streets to enjoy their festivals, once again mixing tradition, festivities, music and performance. Aside from the music and concert series in the streets, which are mainly offered in the afternoons and in virtually all the parishes, the town festival celebrations fill the summer...

4 March, 201920 May, 2019by
ROMANESQUE ANDORRA, HISTORY, MUSEUMS AND ART
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ROMANESQUE ANDORRA, HISTORY, MUSEUMS AND ART

This thousand-year-old culture can be seen and felt in the many examples of Romanesque art that dot the country. The museums, art and traditions also provide insight to the history and way of life of the people and institutions of these valleys. La Casa de la Vall, which has housed the Andorran parliament for centuries,...

4 March, 201924 September, 2019by
Discovering the country on the Tourism Bus
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Discovering the country on the Tourism Bus

One very convenient way to discover the main sites of interest in Andorra is to hop onto the Tourism Bus. Between early June and the end of October, this bus offers 6 different itineraries and allows people to get around to all the parishes in the country, which they can explore by theme: Romanesque art,...

4 March, 20192 May, 2019by
Discover singular landscapes while enjoying sports
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Discover singular landscapes while enjoying sports

Discover singular landscapes while enjoying sports When the snow melts away, a different Andorra is revealed. With 90% of its land surface allocated to nature areas, the possible ways to enjoy the Principality are virtually endless, with options for all ages and all levels of expertise. Three natural parks inhabit the country: Vall de Sorteny,...

4 March, 201928 April, 2019by
Season at the National Auditorium
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Season at the National Auditorium

Do you like music? If so, you will not want to miss the ‘Temporada a l’Auditori’ (“Season at the Auditorium”) concert series, hosted by the Government of Andorra’s Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports. This series usually runs from the month of December to the end of the spring. The list of featured artists includes a...

4 March, 201928 April, 2019by
Traditions to be seen and lived
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Traditions to be seen and lived

Beyond the shops, hotels, restaurants, ski resorts and tourist attractions, winter in Andorra boasts an assorted calendar of holidays and traditions, including the delicious stew festivals known as the Escudelles de Sant Antoni and Escudelles de Sant Sebastià. Hence, during the last two weeks of January, Escudella stew festivals are held by the parishes of...

4 March, 20192 May, 2019by
Christmas in Andorra
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Christmas in Andorra

Andorra is an ideal backdrop to live the magic of Christmas. The festively lit streets, markets and fairs, concerts, shows and traditions will give you the feeling that you’ve just stepped into a postcard. The lighting of the holiday lights marks the start of the fiestas, and at illa Carlemany, we hold a big party...

1 March, 20199 April, 2019by
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