Want to come to Andorra but you don’t know where we are? Not sure about the weather or the time zone? Not to worry, we will tell you all you need to know in the blink of an eye.

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Andorra is located in south-west Europe, in the heart of the eastern Pyrenees. The country lies between Spain, along the autonomous community of Catalonia, and France, where it borders the Ariège region.


    Andorra spans some 468 km2, just 8% is built on, and 92% is forest. This means the country is heaven on Earth for nature lovers.


    Andorra is organised into seven administrative and territorial divisions called "parishes": Canillo, Encamp, Ordino, La Massana, Andorra la Vella, Sant Julià de Lòria and Escaldes-Engordany.
    The capital of the Principality is Andorra La Vella.
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    We enjoy a high-mountain climate, with influences from the Mediterranean, with a hot summer and cold winter with plentiful snow. The average minimum temperature is -2ºC, and the maximum is 24ºC. Precipitation in the form of snow is frequent, and rainfall is mainly concentrated between the months of May and October.
    Check the weather forecast for the next few days here.
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Catalan is our official language, although the rich diversity of nationalities resident here means other languages such as Spanish, French and Portuguese are also widely spoken.


    Catholicism is the main religion practised, though the Constitution of Andorra passed in 1993 guarantees religious freedom.


    The country has a population of 78,264 inhabitants (2016 census).


    Just like Spain and France, we use GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) +1.


    The Euro has replaced the Spanish Peseta and the French Franc, which were both used in the country until the European currency was introduced in 2001.