Written by Bryan Dearsley Located high in the eastern Pyrenees mountains between France and Spain, Andorra is a small country, boasting lovely mountain scenery, which is often overlooked on travel itineraries. But despite its size, Andorra is well-known as a winter destination in Europe for its superb ski hills, while popular things to do in summer include hiking and mountain biking. Made up of several small towns and villages tucked between tall mountain peaks, Andorra lies just three hours’ drive from Barcelona to the south and Toulouse to the north, making it an ideal day trip if you’re pressed for time. For most visitors, the main attraction is the capital, Andorra La Vella, a city small enough to traverse on foot, yet offering a bustling main street boasting many shops and dining opportunities. It’s also a nation of superb medieval churches, many of them untouched by time. Other places of interest for sightseers are the picturesque villages of El Serrat, set high in the mountains, and La Cortinada home to the church of Marti de la Cortinada , both found in the Valira del Nord Valley, northwest of the capital city. Find out more about the best places to visit in this tiny country with our list of the top attractions in Andorra. Andorra la Vella The Capital City:
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