Discovering and rediscovering Andorra, at different times of the year, means you can see the country in different ways. While russet and yellow colours highlight nature when autumn arrives, and white replaces them as winter comes, everything changes when spring is here. Now, still covered with a thick base of snow, there’s no doubt that visiting Andorra at Easter is a great idea.
For those who love skiing, the mountains and nature, this is the perfect time to visit, because the resorts are still open. Whatever type of skiing you do, Andorra has many kilometres of slopes where you can enjoy that great feeling of freedom.
If you’re interested in the history and culture of the region, Andorra also has a good range of museums. You can visit these over the Easter break and also enjoy routes to the many Romanesque churches, where you will discover thousand-year-old paintings and 100% local architecture.
And if urban attractions win out and you want to spend time exploring charming spaces, terraces in the sun, and relaxing moments at the Caldea spa, as well as the wide range of shops and gastronomy, check out Andorra la Vella and Escaldes-Engordany. Strolling up and down the pedestrian shopping axis – with illa Carlemany at the centre of it all – will definitely be the king of sports activities here!
There is no shortage of plans in Andorra, especially when you have a four or five-day break and you can enjoy a perfect combination of snow sports and nature, Pyrenean cuisine, relaxation at the Caldea spa, and great shopping, above all, atilla Carlemany, the centre of Andorra!