What to see in Andorra

Discover the most interesting places to see on your trip to Andorra.

What to see in Andorra

The Principality of Andorra is a small country in size, but it offers a surprising abundance of artistic and cultural heritage, as well as a quantity of beautiful landscapes and enchanting towns. To know about all those places is ideal for whomever decides to visit Andorra on vacation. Thus, we shall now introduce you to the mandatory places to visit, and to the most interesting places to see in Andorra.

What we recommend for you to discover Andorra is to undertake a journey from four to seven days long, because the country has a great number of interesting places indispensable for the traveler to see. It is difficult to draw up a list of places to see on a trip of only two or three days, given that there are various sights that should not be missed, such as:

The Romanesque art is very present in Andorra, since there are about forty Romanesque sanctuaries and churches, among which is emphasized: the Sanctuary of Mertixell, a Romanesque sanctuary dedicated to the patron of Andorra, reconstructed in 1927, by Ricardo Bofill, after being destroyed in a fire.

Romanesque art and architecture is one of the ways of becoming acquainted with the heart and the history of the Principality of Andorra, and the best examples are: the Church of Saint Joan of Caselles; the historic compound of Saint Roma of Bons; the Church of Saint Marti of the Curtains; the Church of Saint Clement of Pal; the Church of Saint Coloma; the Church of Saint Cerni of Nagol; and the Church of Saint Michael d'Engolasters.

The thermoludico (water and play) center in Caldea is a major Spa and center of well-being in the Pyrenees. It's a perfect place to reload your batteries and get rid of stress, but it is also remarkable for its beautiful architecture.

Andorra also has a number of museums and galleries. The most notable museums are: the National Automobile Museum, the Museum of the Motorcycle, the Museum of Sacred Art, NIcolai Siadristy's Micro Miniature Museum, and the Ethnographic Museum of the House of Christ.

The most interesting locations are the capitals of each parish, because they usually offer a greater number of attractions and places to visit: Ordino, La Massana, Andorra la Vella, Encamp, Escaldes-Engordany, Canillo, and St Julia of Loria; but Andorra also houses little towns that you must visit, whether because some house the best examples of Romantic art or count on an intimate ambiance, as are the case in: Les Bons, Pal, Santa Coloma, Engolasters, and Soldeu.

Andorra is completely surrounded by an enviable natural environment, and for that reason it isn't rare to see countless sites of great beauty, like for instance at Lake Engolasters, inthe valley of Incles, or the Bridge of la Margineda.

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