Andorra Tours and Trips to Andorra

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Andorra: Hike, Bike & Raft

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8 day trekking trip in Andorra, visiting Soldeu, Siscaro and Cortals Valley. Read More
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Summer Pyrenees Family Holiday with teenagers

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8 day family tour in Andorra, visiting Soldeu, Siscaro and Cortals Valley. Read More
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  • Activities Family & Explorer
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Bus
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Andorra Tour Reviews

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Based on 2 customer reviews
Excellent Reviewed Tour: Andorra: Hike, Bike & Raft
5 - Excellent
  • Saqera Jabroh
  • From UAE
A party weekend on the snow! Reviewed Tour: Andorra All Inclusive Ski Trip
5 - Excellent
  • Daniela
  • From England
“I joined the Big Snow weekend in Andorra a few months ago, 'cause I had heard a few of my friend talking about their festivals, and it was a great first trip with Stoke!

Although at the first meetup things were a bit awkward with the other people going on the trip- I didn't know any of them- my favorite thing of all was how fast the group bonded and what a great atmosphere was created! On the way back just 2 days later we were all singing together in the bus, laughing over all the crazy stories and being the nightmare of the rest of the bus :P

The hotel was a lot better than I expected- unfortunately we were out partying too much to actually enjoy the sauna and hot tub, but the food buffets were ok- nothing special- and the location was great, right near the center of town so we could go out to the shops during the afternoon off and easily get home from the nights out!

The skiing was amazing and the staff during the trip really helped us out by arranging the transportation and equipment rental so we didn't have to stress about that or pay extra fees. A few things I didn't like were that on the mountain the food was quite expensive... I would have liked to have lunch included or a picnic or something like that offered as well, and that we had to wait over an hour one morning for another tour that was riding on the same bus, which made us lose a few good hours.

But my biggest regret was having too much of a good time in the mountain pub the staff suggested for après-ski, as I was too hungover to fully enjoy the last morning on the slopes, but I will never forget Cisco's <3 and all their crazy drinking games ;)

Overall an amazing weekend, am looking forward to my next trips like this.”

Andorra - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Andorra is a tiny country between the borders of Spain and France, most popularly visited in the winter months for its cosy ski resorts and duty-free shopping. That’s not all this mountainous country has to offer, though. The summer months are ideal for exploring Andorra’s hiking trails, and there are plenty of gorgeous shrines and Romanesque churches to visit in each of Andorra’s villages. Andorra is the perfect location for a short, inexpensive holiday, no matter the season.

Tour Highlights

  • Hit the slopes of the Pyrenees mountains at Vallnord, one of the country’s top ski and snowboarding resorts
  • Relax at Europe’s largest spa. Caldea is an 18-floor spa resort with an outdoor thermal pool and several indoor baths
  • Take in stunning mountain views at top speed as you ride the world’s longest alpine toboggan run: the Naturlandia Tobotronc
  • Visit the gorgeous Església de Sant Esteve, a church from the 11th/12th century
  • Pay homage to Andorra’s patron saint, Our Lady of Meritxell, alongside visitors from France and Spain on festival day, September 8th

Travel Tips

  • Andorra has no airports or train stations, so be prepared to travel there by car or bus via Spain or France.
  • Brush up on a local language before visiting, as English is not commonly spoken. Luckily, you have three languages to pick from as Catalan, Spanish and French are all widely spoken in Andorra.
  • Take advantage of its duty-free shopping when on a trip to Andorra and be sure to visit Meritxell Avenue, the main shopping street in the country’s capital, Andorra la Vella.
  • Andorra’s main villages are accessible by public buses. This is a great option for travelling around the country, especially if you’re on a budget, but be aware of travel times and bus frequencies, which vary between 20 minutes and an hour.
  • Be sure to check rates and coverage with your mobile carrier before a tour to Andorra, and keep in mind there is only one telecoms provider in the country: Andorra Telecom.

Andorra has seasonal weather so please do check up on the best time to visit Andorra before planning your tour. And if you’re still hunting for more things to do and places to explore in Andorra, do check out our Andorra Travel Guide for more information.