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Cheap flights from Andorra

Bordered by Spain and France, Andorra is a small nation in Europe which prospers via its tourism. Officially known as the Principality of Andorra, or the Principality of the Valleys of Andorra, Andorra is divided into seven parishes, namely Andorra la Vella, Canillo, Encamp, Escalades-Engordany, La Massana, Ordino, and Sant Julià de Lòria. In order to be understood within Andorra, basic to fluent language skills in Spanish, Portuguese, and French are necessary since these languages are commonly spoken, although to blend in with the Andorrans, Catalan works as the official language. Being of high elevation, Andorra has an alpine, continental climate. The state sits as the highest capital in Europe, approximately 1,000 metres or 3,300 feet above sea level.

Where to go

Andorra features breathtaking scenery, along with various activities exclusive to the state’s location and elevation. Being by the east of the Pyrenees mountain range, the state has rugged mountains with the Coma Pedrosa at the pinnacle with its elevation of an estimated 2,900 metres or 9,600 feet. Get a feel of Andorra via its family-friendly ski resorts and slopes fit for varying degrees of experience and preference.

Visit Grandvalira, and Vallnord via Escalades-Engordany and La Massana. Grandvalira is considered one of the largest ski resorts, and it offers skiing programs for beginners, children, and persons with disability. The ski resort offers ski packages, lessons, and activities for all ages. Vallnord on the other hand has fields fit for snowshoeing, along with a DVA park, family, and wood park, as well as slalom, freestyle, and free-ride areas. Among the activities within Vallnord include helicopter sightseeing, speedride, snow bike, two-seat paragliding, heli-skiing, with tours and helicopter flights.

More than its winter getaways, Andorra also presents shopping, relaxing, and dining spots. Places like Caldea have relaxation facilities, while Andorra la Vella, Escalades-Engordany, serves as a commercial centre with its shopping streets and establishments.

Experience the culture of several countries such as Denmark, Lithuania, Poland, Hungary, and Kosovo. These places can be reached via short-haul flights that last for two to three hours, depending on the flight, airline, and destination. Visit Denmark through its capital city Copenhagen, Vilnius in Lithuania, Poland’s Warsaw, Budapest in Hungary, and Kosovo’s capital city, Pristina.

For destinations out of the surrounding areas of Andorra, some of the countries to be visited include India, Japan, South Korea, Philippines, and Vietnam. Experience Asia via New Delhi in India, Tokyo in Japan, Seoul in South Korea, Manila in Philippines, and Hanoi in Vietnam. These destinations provide a different climate compared to Andorra’s, with its diverse temperatures varying from hot and humid summers, to mild winters.

How to get out

To get out of Andorra, travelling via the closest airports such as Perpignan - Rivesaltes Airport, Toulouse - Blagnac Airport, Lleida - Alguaire Airport and Barcelona–El Prat Airport, is more suitable instead of flying in and out of the local La Seu d’Urgell Airport, since it currently does not have scheduled flights. Among the airlines that fly via the closest airports include Flybe, Ryanair, Arkia Israel Airlines, easyjet, Air France, and Volotea, with its flights to and from London, Tel Aviv, Manchester, and Venice, among others.

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