The Andorra Bus Tour is probably the most comfortable way of discovering the main places of interest in our country. The 7 itineraries on offer cover all of the parishes of the Principality with different central themes: Romanesque art, traditions, trades, etc. And of course, they all have one thing in common – the scenery – as uniquely beautiful panoramic views and landscapes are hidden in every corner of Andorra. Here we explain everything you need to know before getting on the bus: validity periods, routes, types of ticket and other practical information.
In addition, on all the itineraries you will always be accompanied by a tourist guide who will explain all the details and peculiarities of the route! You will also be provided with an audio guide device to learn more, available in 4 languages for you to choose from: Catalan, Spanish, French and English.
Where and when to get the Andorra Bus Tour
This transport operates from 1 July to 30 September. During this period, departures are every day of the week, including Saturdays and Sundays, and each day has a different itinerary.
All itineraries take half a day and take place in the mornings, with the exception of Saturdays, when the itinerary runs until 5 pm and includes lunch.
You will find two bus stops in Andorra la Vella (bus stop Comú d’Andorra la Vella and bus stop la Sardana) and one in Escaldes-Engordany (bus stop Caldea). See the map of the bus stops here.
Important information to bear in mind before booking your ticket:
As a precaution on account of COVID-19, we have established safety measures that we would like you to follow so that you can continue to enjoy the tourist bus:
Cultural and Nature Sightseeing itinerary. The places to discover include the Santuario de Meritxell Basilica, the Sant Joan de Caselles Church and Lake Engolasters.
A journey through time to discover and taste local products and dive into the country’s Romanesque art history. This route involves the Casa Gendret, the Juberri Gardens, Santa Coloma Church and the Espai Columba visitors’ centre.
An option for exploring amazing natural areas, towns full of heritage and a truly sweet tour. Among the places to discover, you will find La Roca de la Sabina viewpoint, Sant Climent de Pal Church and the Xocland chocolate factory.
A trip through the history of the country’s inhabitants, while stopping to take in one of the most stunning views there is right now. Places to discover include the Church of Sant Miquel de La Mosquera, the Sanctuary of Meritxell and the Roc del Quer Viewpoint.
On this route, visitors will discover the Electricity Museum, the Engolasters hydroelectric route, Lake Engolasters and the Church of Sant Miquel.
The ideal opportunity to do a slow tour through some of the most iconic spots in the country’s culture and nature. The longest itinerary, with lunch in the mountain hotel in the town El Serrat. The Museum of Miniatures, Sant Martí de la Cortinada Church and the iron route are some of the points of interest making up the route.
A perfect route for taking in nature and travelling through time back to the development of the country’s iron industry, with a stop at the Romanesque Church of Sant Climent, the Coll de la Botella pass and the Farga Rossell forge and Iron Interpretation Centre.