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Things to do in Andorra
Andorra la Vella - try skiing or snow boarding
Skiing in Andorra is some of the best in Europe and being the highest capital city in Europe this ensures that it has plenty of snow in the winter months. Whether you are an experienced skier or a novice strap on your skiis and take the plunge down a hill. For something a little different try snowboarding and see if you can keep your balance.
Pas de la Casa - go duty free shopping
The whole of Andorra is a duty free zone making it a particular favourite of holiday makers. Pas de la Casa is one of the larger shopping zones and has everything you could imagine for sale. As you would expect from a winter sports area there is plenty of excellent value skiing and snowboardiing equipment for sale as well as also good bargains on perfumes and electronic equipment. Tax free tobacco and spirits are also popular with visitors to the city.
Pas de la Casa - visit Caldea thermal spa
After a days skiing or walking in the mountains what could be better than a relaxing spa treatment or massage? The Spa at Pas de la Casa is thought to be one of the largest natural spas in Europe with large indoor and outdoor spas both with natural water temperatures of 32 – 34 C. Visit the spa in the evening and see the amazing multimedia “Mondaigua” which explains how the water reaches the surface.
Soldeu - ski the 50 slopes
With 52 slopes and 92km of pistes skiing at Soldeau means that you can spend a whole week without repeating a "run", no matter what your level is. Soldeau is ideal for beginners and novices alike with the highest lift going up to 2500m which ensures that snow is available even during the worst seasons. The village is small and not over developed although there are plenty of places to eat and relax once you have finished your day’s activities
Introduction of Andorra
Tiny Andorra is the sixth smallest country in all of Europe. It borders France and Spain with a location deep inside the Pyrenees mountains. Though it is an independent tax haven with no membership of the European Union, it uses the Euro as its official currency. All Andorra hotels will accept major credit cards and in some cases, American dollars and British pounds. Most hotels in Andorra show off the strong influence of Catalan culture which dominates all parts of Andorran life. Catalan is the official langauge of Andorra but of course, Spanish is spoken as is Portuguese and French. Folk dancing is a very popular tradition in Andorra and many Andorra hotels will present folk dancing displays in their foyers for the entertainment of hotel guests. During public festivals and national holidays such as Meritxell Day in September hotel rooms in Andorra can be hard to come by since many people return to the country during these times.