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Sandwiched between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains, the tiny principality of Andorra is known for its towering peaks and world-class skiing. When the snow melts, it’s also home to beautiful architecture and some of the best hiking on the planet.

When is the Best Time to Book Flights to Andorra?

If you’re looking for mountain walks, lush green valleys and warm sunny evenings, then visit between April and October. This is high tourist season and a time when Andorra really comes alive with wild flowers and clear skies.

However, skiers should plan their trip between November and March when there is a very different kind of fun to be had in the mountains.

How do You Find the Best Flight Deals to Andorra?

Whatever the season, you can find cheap flights to Andorra. Click the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the results page to see if cheaper flights to Andorra are available on other days around your initial selection. You can also select the ‘Nearby airports’ buttons to see if other air hubs offer convenient flights.

In addition, use the filters on the left of the results page to sort your flights by

departure time, price and other preferences.

What are the Main UK Departures to Andorra?

What are the Main Airports in Andorra?

Andorra’s high mountain setting mean there is no commercial airport or railway in the principality, so all visitors must arrive by car or bus. The two most convenient airports are Barcelona El Prat and Toulouse Blagnac, both of which are located around 120 miles away. Bus transits from both airports take around three hours.

Which Airlines Fly to Andorra?

A selection of airlines offers direct flights from UK airports to Barcelona and Toulouse.

These include:

How do You Get to and Around Andorra?

There are eight main bus lines connecting the main towns and villages of Andorra, all passing through the capital Andorra La Vella. Fares are cheap with most journeys costing around a couple of euros. Buses to some of the more outlying villages are less frequent. Taxis and car rentals are the two other main ways of getting around.

What are the Must-sees in Andorra?

In the winter months, Andorra’s huge ski resorts are the main attraction, bustling with fun winter activities. At other times of year, the principality is known for its churches, some of which date back to the 9th century. Also, in the summer, the hiking around Arinsal provides some spectacular scenery.

What are Tips and Tricks for Traveling to Andorra?

UK passport holders do not need a visa for travel to Andorra. The currency is the euro and they are one hour ahead of the UK.