The customs allowance is the amount of products you can take across the border on the way back to your country without having to declare them, and therefore without having to pay. Although in some agricultural products (coffee, alcohol, tobacco and similar products), this limit refers to amounts, in others (milk, butter, cheese, sweets, etc.) the value and quantity are both taken into account.
The allowances for all industrial products except for perfumes and colognes are established by their value in Euros.
If it is not otherwise indicated, the allowances are for people over age and cannot be accumulated either in value or between travellers, or between agricultural and industrial products.
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The Andorran border with Spain and France for traveller transit is open 24 hours a day. However, in the case of goods or if any purchase has to be declared when entering or leaving the country, for example due to exportation or having exceeded the limit allowed in the allowances, the Andorran and Spanish customs are subject to a timetable (the French one is open 24 hours a day). Here we inform you of the timetables for public attention and the telephone numbers of the three custom posts.
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