A passionate route through more than a thousand years of history
Andorra la Vella
If you visit Andorra between July to September, an excellent way to discover the Principality is by taking the tourist bus. There is a different route every day of the week so you can see the country from top to bottom. One of the most interesting itineraries is number 2, which includes places like Sant Julià and Santa Coloma, bringing you the best of Andorra’s landscape and urban environments.
You can have lunch in the historic centre of Andorra la Vella and then stroll through the town discovering its beautiful spots like the Casa de la Vall. The building, which used to house the Andorra General Council, is probably the most iconic in the Principality.
Another option is to explore the old quarter of Escaldes-Engordany, visit the Thyssen Museum and the Font del Roc del Metge. The water comes out of this fountain at 70ºC and is what supplies the famous Caldea Spa Centre. It is sure to be a wonderful discovery on your walk through town!
Route 2 of the Andorra Tourist Bus will take us along this route to discover rural Andorra .
Casa de la Vall Andorra is one of the most symbolic monuments in the Principality. Learn more about its history and how you can visit it.
Allow us to suggest a simple city walking tour through the historic centre of Andorra la Vella.
The parish of Escaldes-Engordany has much to offer in terms of cultural activities. Check them out here!
Museu Carmen Thyssen Andorra
The 19th and 20th-century masters can now be found in the Principality. Discover more about the Carmen Thyssen Museum Andorra here
Opened in 1994, Caldea is a pioneering centre in spa leisure.
There are many more itineraries available that might help you create your own route around Andorra. Have a look at these other proposals!