Andorra Trip Planner
Know Your Trip Budget for Your Dream Vacation to Andorra
How to plan a trip to andorra
A country that is nestled between two of the most culturally rich and beautiful countries in the world sometimes gets overshadowed. Snuggled in between France and Spain, Andorra has proven that simplicity is the most charming quality of all. One of the gems of the Pyrenees mountains, it is rare to find such amazing ski slopes or ski resorts that match up to the quality of the ones that are situated here. If you are looking for a place to give you your kind of solace in the arms of nature, then get your Andorra travel guide ready, because this is definitely one of the best options to give you the much needed romance with nature.
You need to firstly ensure that your passport is valid for 90 days from the date of your arrival to Andorra. For citizens of United States of America and most countries belonging to European Union, a visa to Andorra is not required but a passport with blank pages certainly is. Andorra is accessible only from Spain or France, so it is highly recommended to obtain a Schengen multiple entry visa from these countries to make sure that you do not have to think too much about how to reach Andorra.
When to go
The best time to visit Andorra is definitely during the ski season. Summer is also a great time to visit as it goes through mild temperatures during this time. January to March is the time that you should visit Andorra as it experiences a dry climate during this time, otherwise the rest of the year then suffers through the wet season. The flights are generally cheap from March to June as you have to pass through Spain or France.
Destinations to cover
There are plenty of places to see and plenty of things to do in Andorra. Start with Andorra La Vella where you can go skiing, enjoy sports, shopping and also see monuments and churches. La Masanna is another popular destination for skiing, camping, hiking, winter sports and for staying in amazing ski resorts. Also remember to include El Pas De La Casa, Soldeu, Arinsal, El Tarter and Grau Roig in your Andorra Travel guide.
Get in and around
The only way to get in is by taking a connecting flight from Spain or France. Apart from this you can also opt for a train connection via these two countries to enjoy the beauty of everything that Europe offers you on this trail. There are internal flights as well as buses, you can also opt for rent a car option from Spain and France, as you will get plenty of them. Although, the terrain is a little difficult to drive through, but is breathtakingly beautiful.
Hotels and Food
Andorra is not exactly a back packing destination, hence hostels are difficult to find. Budget accommodation is also rare as the ski resorts are beautiful and start with mid range going upto luxury accommodations. Some of the few things that you definitely should try in Andorra are Pa Amb Tomaquet, Trinxat ,Escudella and Torrijas.
How much does it cost to travel to Andorra
Plan your trip to Andorra with an estimated budget for your travel. The average daily cost of food in Andorra is USD 60 per person. For a family of four, the cost of eating out is USD 240. For getting around Andorra, you will need a rough figure of USD 42 per day. For detailed Andorra trip cost calculator, use Andorra Trip Planner.
*Based on Food, Accommodation & Transportation