Airport Transfers in Andorra
Andorra has no national airport, so you may arrive in Barcelona or Girona (Spain) or Perpignan or Carcassonne (France) airports. But, whichever airport you arrive at, you can be assured that your TaxiFinders.com private transport will be there to meet you in, and drive you in comfort, style and hassle free to your hotel. Need a tax for two, or a minibus for more? No problem! Let us at TaxiFinders.com know – when you’ll arrive, which airport and how many passengers, and we’ll do the rest. Transport to Andorra and back to your departure airport is all paid for in the UK. What could really be easier? Don’t hang around at the airport to wait for public transport to take you at least 100km to your hotel, wondering if you’ve got enough Euros to pay the fares. With TaxiFinders.com it is all so easy.
So, once you’ve arrived in Andorra, got unpacked and ready to hit the town, with your Euros ready, these are the places to see:
Andorra La Vella is the capital of this duty-free haven (or should that be heaven?).
Great place for buying duty-free electronic and luxury goods, watches, perfume. Lovely – shop until you drop! The Museu Nacional de l’Automobile has a vintage collection of cars, motorbikes and bicycles. A great way to spend a morning or afternoon – fascinating for all the family.
The Barri Antic (the old part of the town) is fascinating. In the evening, stroll around the Placa del Poble (the large square); sit in a cafe and people watch.
Arinsal is just 10km north west of the capital. Fantastic skiing, snowboarding, and, if you’ve still got any energy left, lively apre-ski! In the summer, enjoy a breathtaking mountain walk. Wonderful views, and lovely fresh air. Take a 4 hour trek to the top of Pic de Coma Pedrosa, Andorra’s highest mountain. A great walk and not too difficult.
Adjacent to Arinsal is Pal – just the place for mountain-biking, archery and go-karting, to mention a few activities on offer. Nearby is Estany de les Truites, which is a natural lake. Sit by the waterside, enjoy a coffee or beer and relax.
Soldeu is great for novice skiers as is the neighbouring Canillo.
Visit the Caldea Spa Complex in Escaldes. Wallow in the hot springs. Take a Turkish bath, a hydro-massage, or a sauna. Relax and enjoy!
Ordino is a quaint village with houses built of local stone. Nice place for a wander round either through the pedestrianised streets of the town, or the adjacent countryside. Apart from visiting the Church of Sant Marti, see the restored mill wheels and sawmills of Mas d’en Sole, located on the outskirts of La Cortinada. Pop into to Casa d’Areny-Plandolit Museum, based in a house where an Ardorran noble family have lived since 1633.
If you’re fed up with snow activities, mountain-biking or hiking, watch others partake in these activities from a different angle. Glide over the mountains and lower lands in a hot air balloon, enjoy a Catalan lunch, and sip champagne. This is a once in a lifetime experience and out of this world!
Whatever time of the year you visit Andorra, you won’t be bored – breathtaking scenery, a vast variety of sporting activities, shopping, but also time to relax and enjoy your surroundings. A wonderful holiday destination, and made perfect by TaxiFinders.com private transport service.