Andorra Transportation

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Andorra Transportation

  • Driving your own car in Andorra

    We visited Andorra with my own car, coming into the country from Spain, in La Seu d'Urgell (Lérida province) heading to Andorra la Vella, the capital city.Andorra is not a member state of the European Union, so there is a border and a police control in between Spain and Andorra. As long as the Principality is considered a fiscal paradise the queue...

  • Cable cabins

    Andorra is a country very well prepared for the ski tourism and there are cable cabins in all the ski facilities, most of them crossing over the regular roads.

  • Bus

    Access to Andorra is by car or bus. A good bus service goes to Barcelona in Spain. A bus goes to La Tour de Carol in France where a train goes north in France or South to Spain. I entered by bus from La Tour de Carol and left by bus to Barcelona.

  • Just by Road

    The only way to Andorra just by road, there is no airport or train station here. The closes airport is from Barcelona-Spain or Toulouse-Blagnac-France. The better way to Andorra is by car or bus, where can enjoy the view of the Pyrenees mountain with the snow on top. The main roads to Andorra are very well maintained, large and safe but sometimes...

  • Only by road or... helicopter :-)

    This tiny - one of the most mountainous countries in the world - is squeezed in the heart of Pyrenees Mountains between France and Spain and has no airport and no trains. However, the closest airport (LEU) is located in La Seu d'Urgell, Spain that is only 20km from Andorra la Vella but it's a local airport. International cheap flights reach...

  • France to Andorra to Barcelona by public...

    I travelled into andorra from Paris, and onto Barcelona in november 2009I got overnight train from Paris to La tour de carol - first mistake - I shoul have got off at L'hospitalet - there are infrequent buses between the two.From L'Hospitalet there ws only one bus a day to Pays de la Casa - at 0935, there was no direct bus to andorra. the bus...

  • Overland travel to the mini country

    The only way to Andorra is by overland transit. If you have your own car, you can enjoy your own schedule and flexibility to see all the ins and outs of the small mountain country.However, if you do not have your own transportation, Andorra's government page has a complete list of how to get there.Bus companies, train transfers and their departure...

  • Getting to and from Andorra

    Hi all,The best website I have found for the above is travel within Andorra:- you are travelling to Andorra by bus from Toulouse the buses run from the main Toulouse train station in Toulouse. When you get to the train station the buses run from the "Gare...

  • To Andorra by car / Low prices for...

    See the discroption on the page.If you go to Andorra with a rental car it might be the same price than the bus for a weekend trip. If you have a car this offers you much more options.The travel to Andorra will be unforgetable!The prices of gasoline are very cheap in Andorra so cheap this in mind for choosing the right pit stop strategy!

  • To Andorra by bus.

    Bus is one off the cheapest way to get to Andorra though the price for the bus extremely high.The airports around Andorra all have connections to Andorra.On the linked page the timetables and prices are published.

  • Very well maintained roads

    As you can see from the photo, the main roads of Andorra are very well maintained. They are of asphalt, but usually are only two lanes, so take your time, because their are alot of curves. Some of the secondary roads are very well maintained as well, but be sure that they are open if there has been alot of recent snow. I highly recommend the road...

  • Really, the best is to have a car

    The nearest major airport is Barcelona, Spain, and there are no trains going to Andorra. You can take a bus from Barcelona, but once you are in Andorra you are then restricted as to where you can go and when you can go there. I do highly recommend driving to and around Andorra. The capital can be full of traffic and pedestrians and parking can be...

  • Steep Road

    Andorra is a majestic mountain realm squeezed between Spain and France, we drove the main road estbound through La Vella. Both uphill and downhill are very steep, in the August heat traffic is intense and steaming engines force a few vehicles to pull aside, at times clogging the road. Foresee to drive or ride with daylight for the beauty of...


    Not having car is not a problem. Hundreds of people go skiing by bus every day. Just ask for your bus and do not get lost.

  • The only way into Andorra is...

    The only way into Andorra is by road. The major automobile routes into and out of Andorra include the CG1 from Spain and the CG2 from France. If you take the latter, you'll pass through the unforgettable Port d'Envalira, the highest pass in the Pyrenees (2410m/7900ft).The nearest Spanish airports are in Barcelona and Girona; the nearest French...

  • The only way to reach Andorra...

    The only way to reach Andorra is by road. You can also take the train up to Hospitalet (France) and continue by bus for the last 40 km. The nearest airport is in Toulouse (France), some 120 km from Andorra.

  • The only way I know to get to...

    The only way I know to get to Andorra is by car (or by bus, I suppose). There's no airport nor train, and I think a quite common way to get to Andorra is to rent a car where you land.All towns and cities are very little, so walking is the best way to move around. If you want to go from one town to another, I would rent a car.

  • I went to Andorra whilst...

    I went to Andorra whilst living in Tarragona. it´s a 4 hour drive from Tarragona by car. but the 4 hours are worth it. The whole trip through the mountains is beautiful. on the picture you can see my travel-buddies on the way back from andorra to tarragona. ok perhaps it gets a bit borring..but i´m sure there are other ways to get there..this is...

  • Getting to the Principality of...

    Getting to the Principality of Andorra is not easy, and is probably best combined within a larger driving trip in France or Spain. From Barcelona, which is the only really big city in either France or Spain that has an airport close to Andorra, you can rent a car and be into Andorra La Vella in about 3 1/2 hours, slightly longer if you plan to stay...

  • From the UK a IT tour with...

    From the UK a IT tour with First Choice. They include a car and a Hotel with Half Board in Arinsal Or Soldeu. Driving from Reus is easy and takes 3 1/2 hrs. Fuel in Andorra was 125pts/litre in 2000. Car again. Passes are steep so don't hurry. Drive to Car parks to start walks. Andorra La Vella City is a nightmare to park in.

  • One of the most important tip:...

    One of the most important tip: If You Andorra La Vella and want to go Pas de la Casa, the best way can be choosing the road to Ordino and than to Pas de la Casa. This road is trough the mountain but it's better than stay 30 minutes - 2 hours in the traffic completly stopped. Or Not. Try your luck...

  • There are no airports in...

    There are no airports in Andorra so the easiest way to get there is to take a bus from Barcelona. There are also bussconnections with other spanish towns as well as to towns in France. THE PHOTO: BUSTERMINAL IN ANDORRA LA VELLA.

  • You can travel to Andorra by...

    You can travel to Andorra by road from France through Pas de la Casa and the Envalira Pass and from Spain via Sant Julià de Lòria. What we did was hire a car while on holiday in Salou, and drove there. It didn't take that long and it was well worth the visit.The nearest main cities are Barcelona (at 185 km) and Lleida (at 151 km) on the Spanish...

  • There are no best way to...

    There are no best way to travel to Andorra; there is only a way: By car, or something that could go on the road. Andorrahasn´t trains, and there are no airports, and of course, thesea is far away.If you are prepared, it could be fantastic to get aroundin a bicycle. Don´t try to do it in winter.

  • Over the mountains or under...

    Over the mountains or under the mountains. Either you come from Spain or from France you are going to be surprised that this country was ever found, hidden away in a protecting valley like that.Walking around is probably the smartest really doesn't take all that long you know.

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  • Hotel Pyrenees

    Good old-style hotel in the city centre. Cheaper rooms (like the one I had) have a view to a...

  • Parma Hotel

    My friends, passionate skiers, following my suggestion went to Andorra for skiing in February 2006....

  • Hotel Club Diana

    Carretera d'Arinsal, Arinsal, 03500, Andorra

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Ahotels Piolets Park & Spa

    This was a lovely hotel to stay at. The rooms were of a good size and were cleaned to a high...

  • Montecarlo Hotel

    I really enjoyed my stay in this hotel. The cozy room was perfect, with a cute decoration and very...

  • Sport Hotel Village

    Ctra. General s/n, Canillo, 100, Andorra

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Bringue

    General Del Serrat, Ordino, AD300, Andorra

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Princesa Parc

    Ctra.General d'Arinsal, La Massana, AD400, ad

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Roc Blanc

    Plaça Co Princeps 5, Les Escaldes, AD 700, ad

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

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