Sant Eloi Hotel Sant Julia de Loria
Ctra. De Espana s/n San Julia De Loria, Andorra la Vella, AD600, Andorra
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Cheapest travell to Andorra or something like that... :S
Would you please help me getting a information.
I would love to return to the pyrenees(i was in monte perdido some years ago by car, but the people who took me back then has no longer possibility to go)
As i dont have a car, and i dont have much money, i would like to ask your help if you can inform me:
-Cheapest transportation to go from Portugal to Andorra
-Some information about trekking activities in there.
This may be a bit difficult to get, Andorra is touristic so may be a bit expensive for me. Maybe its like more a "dream" than anything else, but well, at least i am trying to get some info.
Or other area of the pyrenees, i would thank you for info
I would be very thankfull :)
Re: Cheapest travell to Andorra or something like that... :S
Not to Andorra, but you might find cheap flights from Lisboa to Zaragoza. From there you can take a train to Canfranc in the Aragonese Pyrenees. It's a beautiful area with many possibilities for mountain activities. Less known that Andorra, so probably cheaper
You might have a look here: http://www.canfranc.es/turismo.htm (no English version)
Travel Tips for Andorra la Vella
It’s so hard to guess who are Andorrans or not Andorrans because there are so many tourists. From my short observations, I can tell that Andorrans are friendly, pleasant and looking good people. If you’re still doubt in my words, please look at the picture.
When the capital is but a side show
"Andorra la as if anyone remembers the rest"
Andorra la Vella, the centre of Andorra, the Capital of Andorra, the place where skiers and hikers punch in a rainy half day.
Famed for Duty free, but in all fairness hardly worth the effort, I'd stay up on the top of the mountain hiking or trying to ski.
You could go shopping in the Valley, on the other hand you could stay up there...
More about up there on the Arinsal page