Make the most of your visit by getting to know the history of our principality at the more than 40 Romanesque churches that you will find scattered throughout the country. Simple, small... preserving the authenticity and essence of the 11th and 12th centuries. We also recommend a visit to the Espacio Columba and the video mapping at the Romanesque church of Santa Coloma.
Romanesque art, museums and activities in the heart of nature
If you like art, especially Romanesque art, in Andorra you will be able to visit a multitude of churches, as well as bridges and some outstanding civil buildings (such as the Casa de la Vall, the historic home of the Andorran parliament).
We also suggest you visit one of the more than 20 museums in the principality, which cover a wide range of subjects: from ethnographic museums to electricity museums, and also including the motorbike museum and the automobile museum.
And if you're looking for open-air activities, don't miss the themed trails, viewpoints, suspension bridges and adventure parks, all of which will make for an unforgettable day out.
Romanesque architecture in Andorra
Museums for all tastes
Did you know that Andorra is near the top of the list of countries with the most museums per square kilometre (only beaten by Vatican City)? A total of 20 museums with something for everyone: from art and culture museums (such as the Carmen Thyssen Museum or the house-museums Casa Cristo, Casa Rull and Casa Areny Plandolit) to museums about the country's society and industry (such as the Electricity Museum, the Bici Lab Interactive Museum and the Motorcycle Museum).
Andorra’s best views at arm’s reach
Don't leave Andorra without visiting some of the country's most iconic viewpoints. You've probably heard of the Roc del Quer, the Tristaina Viewpoint and the recently opened Tibetan Bridge in Canillo. Breathtaking views and ease of access are the common denominator of these 3 highly recommended attractions.
Let yourself get carried away by the themed itineraries that will bring you closer to the history of Andorra through different perspectives: from the iron route to the water route or the rural habitat route. Simple itineraries, suitable for all ages, which reveal beautiful stories linked to the origins of our small country.
Adventure parks in the heart of nature
In summer, the ski resorts switch their focus to nature activities, offering a wide range of possibilities that will let you enjoy the good weather. Canoeing, archery, a rope park, zip lines and giant slides that pass through natural forests. With options for all ages, they are the perfect choice for an exciting day of adventure.