The Salamanca Andorra bus, which also passes through other Spanish cities, links us to Castile and León. Find out about the details here.
Our country has direct transport connections with different points in Spain, which you can easily learn more about on our website. The Salamanca Andorra bus is a good example, as it's the best option for those who wish to travel to Andorra, using public transport, from Castile and León. This page covers all of the information you could possibly need to organise your trip from any of the cities covered by this route.
Castile and León connection
Salamanca is a lively, dynamic and youthful city, largely thanks to its university, which is internationally acclaimed. Consequently, the Salamancan capital is full of skiing and active sports enthusiasts, for whom Andorra is the perfect destination for a short holiday—at any time of the year.
This connection isn't only a good option for those who want to visit Andorra from the city of Salamanca, but also for people who live in other provinces of the Castile and León region, as this route stops in a number of cities along the way. More specifically, it stops in Soria, Burgo de Osma (Soria), Aranda de Duero (Burgos), Peñafiel (Valladolid), Valladolid and Tordesillas (Valladolid). The approximate duration of the journey is 9 and a half hours.
Description of the Salamanca Andorra service
This collective transport service is managed by the private company Damar Tours, based in Escaldes-Engordany (Andorra). Since the service is organised from Andorra, the terminus is in the Andorran capital, at the Andorra la Vella Bus Station. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket office located at the aforementioned station. Travellers who wish to purchase tickets from Salamanca or any other intermediate stop can directly contact the company via the contact information provided at the bottom of this page.
The Andorra Salamanca line runs in both directions: the bus departs from Andorra la Vella on Friday mornings and returns to Andorra on Monday mornings (arriving at the Andorran train station in the afternoon). For this reason, this service is commonly used by Andorrans who wish to spend the weekend in the lively city of Salamanca, yet at the same time it is an excellent option for people residing in Castile and León who wish to enjoy a weekend get-away in Andorra.
For further information on schedules and timetables, please visit the official website of Mobility and Public Transport in the Principality of Andorra , which contains detailed information on all regular international routes, including the Salamanca Andorra bus line.
All travellers who would like to use this bus line, departing from Andorra, may purchase their tickets or obtain additional information either at the ticket offices of the Andorra la Vella Bus Station (Avinguda Tarragona, 42), or by contacting the companies that manage this service:
Damar Tours (C/ de la Canya 5, 3 - 2, Escaldes-Engordany): (+376) 324 589
Montmantell SL (Camí de l’Arena - Borda Viliella, Encamp): (+376) 807444
Transportes Regina (Av. Pau Claris, 34): (+34) 973 351135
Travellers wishing to take the Salamanca Andorra bus from the capital of Castile and León can easily do so by contacting Bar Rejas (Avenida de los Cedros, 37): (+34) 923 249 661