Andorra Travel Guide

This fifth smallest country in Europe is wedged between France and Spain, and only accessible by land from both countries. It’s only natural given its mountainous landscape that’s inconvenient for a plane to land in. During the winter, it becomes a ski destination for its abundant snow and slopes. As it is not part of the European Union, it is also a tax haven for those coming from the neighbouring countries. So imagine my thrill when I spotted this little nation during a winter trip purely for my desire to see snow for the first time.

That said, it is still a tiny western European country with little attention from the travel community. It’s a shame, because I find that it still has plenty to offer for avid hikers and mountain lovers. I recommend sparing it more than a day of visit and you will find gems that tell you why the locals are proud of their country regardless.

Stories from Andorra