7 Days trip in Andorra

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Andorra is a small country nestled in the Pyrenees mountains. It boasts breathtaking natural landscapes and a unique co-principality governance system. With its rich history, diverse culture, and outdoor recreational opportunities, Andorra attracts visitors who seek both relaxation and adventure.

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Andorra la Vella
️ 8.28°C
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Day 1

  1. Casa de la Vall

    60 minutes

    Visit the historical parliament building of Andorra which has been standing since 1580, and is now converted into a museum and gallery space.

  2. Santa Coloma Church

    30 minutes

    Visit the 9th century Romanesque church, and admire its beautiful frescoes and round bell tower.

  3. Plaça del Poble

    60 minutes

    Stroll around Andorra's main public square, and admire its architecture and the statue of the country's founder, Charlemagne.

Day 2

  1. Vallnord Pal Òrrius

    240 minutes

    Spend a full day skiing and snowboarding at Vallnord Pal Òrrius, one of Andorra's top ski resorts, with a variety of slopes for all levels.

Day 3

  1. Museu Casa Rull

    90 minutes

    Visit the Casa Rull, a 17th century stone house that was once a family home, and now converted into a museum. Learn about the customs, traditions and daily life in Andorra over the centuries.

  2. Mirador del Roc del Quer

    60 minutes

    Head to the Mirador del Roc del Quer for some breathtaking views of Andorra's mountain range and valleys. A perfect spot for a picnic lunch.

  3. Santuario de Meritxell

    60 minutes

    Visit the sanctuary of Meritxell, which is a modernist building that honors Our Lady of Meritxell, the patron saint of Andorra.

Day 4

  1. Grandvalira Ski Resort

    240 minutes

    Spend a full day skiing and snowboarding at Grandvalira Ski Resort, one of the largest ski resorts in Europe, with over 200 km of slopes.

Day 5

  1. The Iron Route

    180 minutes

    Embark on a self-guided tour of the Iron Route, a trail that showcases the history and culture of ironworking in Andorra. Discover fascinating insights into Andorra's iron mining past.

  2. Cavalleria Nature Reserve

    120 minutes

    Explore the Cavalleria Nature Reserve, which is home to a variety of wildlife including marmots, eagles, and chamois. Enjoy some stunning views and the peace and quiet of the surrounding nature.

  3. La Massana

    60 minutes

    End the day walking around and exploring the small town of La Massana, where you can find traditional houses, shops and restaurants.

Day 6

  1. Caldea Thermal Spa

    240 minutes

    Spend a full day at the Caldea Thermal Spa, enjoying the excellent thermal baths, saunas, and jacuzzis. Relax and pamper yourself in Andorra's largest spa.

Day 7

  1. Sorteny Nature Park

    180 minutes

    Explore Sorteny Nature Park, which covers an area of over 1,000 hectares and is home to over 700 species of plants, including native alpine flowers. Hike through the park's trails and enjoy amazing scenic views of Andorra.

  2. La Cortinada

    90 minutes

    Visit the charming medieval village of La Cortinada, which is known for its preserved Romanesque architecture and its magnificent church of Sant Martí de la Cortinada.

  3. Palau de Gel de Andorra

    120 minutes

    End the day with some ice-skating or curling at the Palau de Gel de Andorra, a state-of-the-art sports arena. Perfect for children and adults alike.

Estimated Cost (USD)


12-25 USD per night
30-50 USD per night
80-150 USD per night


Rental Car
20-40 USD per day
3-6 USD per trip
10-20 USD per trip


5-10 USD per meal
Street Food
2-5 USD per meal
Fancy Meal
30-50 USD per meal


Andorra National Museum
8 USD entrance fee
Caldea Spa
30-40 USD per session
Casa de la Vall
5 USD entrance fee

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