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Andorra is one of the world’s smallest countries, located in the Pyrenees Mountains. The country’s capital and largest city – Andorra la Vella – is home to around 70,000 people. Every year, the country is visited by roughly 13 million tourists, most of whom skiers and mountaineers. The country is also highly popular with tourists from Spain, France, England and Eastern Europe.

First and foremost, it’s a unique “exotic” destination for skiers and winter sports enthusiasts – here you’ll find many different mountains, an unusual culture, exceptional skiing infrastructure, quality ski parks, tracks and lifts, and pristine nature. During winter, Andorra also offers riding on dog sleds and snowmobiles. Naturlandia has 5.3-kilometre-long and 400-metre-high sleigh hills that attract children and adults alike. Here, experienced skiers usually choose Heli-Skiing helicopter services and ski on undeveloped mountain slopes.

Andorra is famous for two of its skiing regions – Grandvalira and Vallnord. During the past several years, the country has been heavily investing in skiing infrastructure, which explains the excellent accessibility and short lift queues.

Andorra’s tax-free system, which provides an excellent opportunity for shopping, is one more reason why so many tourists come here. The country’s capital city is teeming with shoppers in search of inexpensive jewellery and clothes.

The cuisine of Andorra is also unique – a mix of Spanish and French. At the same time, it’s also traditional Pyrenean cookery, dominated by grilled meat and vegetables. Another peculiar feature of Andorra is its rustic taverns and cosy ancient buildings, which lend some additional charm to the country’s many little restaurants and inns.

Andorra’s capital city is also home to the Europe’s largest thermal water centre – CALDEA. This futuristic building attracts tourists with its wide variety of wellness procedures and services.

Yet another virtue the country boasts is the opportunity it provides to travel round Spain and France in just one day.

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