The second edition of Andorra Land Art pays homage to the Andorran escape routes used by refugees in the last century, during armed conflicts of neighbouring countries.
You will find products from the most prestigious international brands, imported from all four corners of the world, in the country's shopping centres, shopping precincts and shops—which there are more than a thousand of in the span of only a few kilometres.
The most cutting-edge technology and electronics; the latest fashion and most daring trends; the most exclusive perfumes and cosmetics or the most refined gastronomic specialities are all within your reach.
The top shopping attractions are found in the capital—Andorra la Vella—and in the neighbouring Escaldes-Engordany. The main retail streets in Andorra la Vella are Avinguda Meritxell, the Old Quarter and Prada Ramón Street. In Escaldes-Engordany most of the shopping goes on along Vivand Street and at the end of Carlemany Avenue adjacent to the Old Quarter. A large number of specialised shops, department stores and shopping centres are gathered in these areas. They also house some of the country's most prestigious watch and jewellery shops, fashion and accessories establishments, perfume shops, cosmetic centres, chemists and parapharmacies.
Andorra's other main urban shopping area is in Pas de la Casa, where visitors can find all kinds of retail establishments and shopping centres specialising in perfume, cosmetics, fashion and sporting goods—all of this amidst the Pyrenees!
And the shopping options don't end there. In Sant Julià de Lòria there are large shopping centres, as well as retail establishments specialised in cycling and mountain sports. Canillo, Encamp, Ordino and La Massana—which specialise in the sale and rental of equipment for winter and mountain sports—offer a wide range of sporting goods that is sure to surprise you.
It is worth knowing that...
Thanks to the long opening hours, you'll be able to keep shopping until 8 PM from Sunday to Thursday, and until 9 PM on Fridays and Saturdays. Opening hours are extended until 10 PM during holiday seasons. Shops only close 4 days per year: 1 January, New Year's Day; 14 March, Andorran Constitution Day; 8 September, "Nostra Senyora de Meritxell" and 25 December, Christmas.
In Andorra sales periods are regulated by law. They take place twice a year. Summer sales begin the third Friday of June and winter sales start on the third Friday of December and last for three months. Nonetheless, it is frequent to find sales and discounts all-year round.
Learn more about customs duties so you can conduct your shopping with complete peace of mind.
In Andorra, shopping is easy!