We have selected some of the places that we advise you not to miss.
But there are many more! It all depends what you want to do during your getaway in Andorra.
Tell us what you want to see, and we’ll help you to find it.
Naturlandia: The best option to have fun with your family and to make the little ones discover the flora and fauna of the Andorran mountains.
Tobacco Museum: A walk through the old Reig Factory where you can learn about the methods of treating tobacco in ancient Andorra.
Church of Santa Coloma: One of the most emblematic manifestations of the Pre-Romanesque in which can be found, among many other curiosities, a representation in polychromed wood from the 13th century of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios.
Casa de la Vall: Built in 1580, it was the seat of the General Council, the Andorran parliament, until 2011. It is one of the most important buildings in the country's political and cultural history.
Parc Central: A green area in which to walk while the children play in the different facilities distributed on the park.
Illa shopping mall: One of the main stops on your shopping path where you will find the latest trends in fashion and technology.
Caldea: The largest thermal center in southern Europe in which to have fun with your family in the thermal space or disconnect in Inúu.
Carmen Thyssen Museum: An art gallery that you cannot miss if you are a lover of 19th and 20th century paintings, with works that summarize the main trends of these two centuries: French Impressionism, American Impressionism, Catalan Modernism, Fauvism, Cubism , German expressionism, American hyperrealism ...
Casa Rull Museum: Enter an ancient Andorran borda and learn about the customs and lives of the people who inhabited it.
Vallnord: The ski area located in La Massana and Ordino that has 66 slopes in which to practice all kinds of skiing or, in the warmer months, to enjoy in the Bike Park or to live a day full of family fun in its Family Park.
Museum of Miniatures Nicolaï Siadristyi: The museum in which to discover the works of this Ukrainian artist, considered the best microminiaturist in the world.
Museo Areny Plandolit: An old manor house owned by one of the most powerful families thanks to the iron industry of Andorra.
National Automobile Museum: A place to discover the history and evolution of motorized vehicles.
Casa Cristo ethnical museum: A trip to the life of the humblest class of 19th century Andorra.
Sant Romà de les Bons Church: Built in the 12th century, it is now considered the best preserved building in the medieval village of Les Bons.
Sanctuary of Meritxell: A place full of symbolism and importance for the culture and society of our small country that you can not forget to visit.
Palau de Gel: Skating, ice karts, laser battles ... These and other activities await you in this space located in Canillo.
Sant Joan de Caselles: Located at the foot of the road to France, it is one of the most iconic Romanesque churches in our country. It was built at the end of the 12th century and has a tower bell tower.
Grandvalira: The largest ski area in the Pyrenees with more than 210 km of ski slopes. In the summer it offers a wide range of activities for the whole family (nature routes, canoe, bike park, family park, golf, water scooters ... including the longest zip line in the Pyrenees, 550m long)