The Girona Andorra bus line is a transport solution that will fit the needs of those who travel to Andorra from the Catalan province of Girona. Find more details here.
Among the many transport links between Catalonia and the Principality of Andorra, the Girona Andorra bus line is the best option for those who wish to travel from the province of Girona. Boasting several departure points and intermediate stops, this service is tailored to suit its users. This page provides more in-depth information on this line.
The best link to Girona
This bus line has been operating for many years. It was previously operated by Novatel Andorra, which changed its name to Andbus after merging with Regina. This partnership yielded the Andorra by bus website, where tickets for this route can be purchased. It's a private service that can be personalised for the benefit of its users, including the option to add specific extras to fit their needs. These extras include (among others): the inclusion of sports equipment as baggage (skis, bicycles, golf clubs, etc.).
This bus line works all year round—during the winter and summer seasons alike.
Description of the Girona Andorra route
This private and customised transport service allows users to choose different places of departure. Two different options are available within the city of Girona: Either the city centre or the bus station (platform 29). The airport of Girona, which is 13 kilometres from the city and at the doorstep of the Costa Brava, is among its intermediate stops. Another one of this bus route's intermediate stops is the city of Vic, which is in the province of Barcelona but on the way to Andorra.
Destination-wise, Andbus offers users the possibility of choosing their final stop, boasting more than 100 possible destinations within Andorra and covering every single parish in the country. The main destination is, undoubtedly, the National bus station in Andorra la Vella, located at c/ de la Curia s/n.
Girona Andorra journey times depend on the number of intermediate stops, as well as departure and destination locations, but the average duration is approximately 3 hours and 15 minutes. This bus line operates in both directions on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays.
For further information on this bus line, you can either visit Andbus' official website or contact the company via:
Telephone: +376 803 789 | +34 973 984 016
The company's physical offices are located at:
- Andorra la Vella (Bonaventura Riberaygua, 52). Opening hours: 4 AM to 10:30 PM (excluding Christmas and New Year's day).
- La Seu d’Urgell (Av. Pau Claris, 32). Opening hours: from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM and from 4:30 to 8 PM. Saturdays from 10 AM to 1 PM.
Andbus also manages other regular bus lines to Andorra, departing from Toulouse and Barcelona, among other cities.