Attractions

Architectural in Andorra la Vella

Casa de la Vall

Constructed in 1580 as a home for a wealthy family, it has served as Andorra's parliament building since 1702. Downstairs is El Tribunal de Corts, the country's one and only courtroom. The Sala del Consell, upstairs…
Church in Andorra la Vella

Església de Santa Coloma

Mentioned in documents from the 9th century, the pre-Romanesque form of the Church of Santa Coloma is Andorra's oldest. The church's tall, freestanding 12th-century bell still stands intact, whereas most of the rema…
Church in Andorra la Vella

Església de Sant Esteve

Andorra la Vella's parish church, Església de Sant Esteve, these days aligned north-south, dates from the 11th century. Apart from the Romanesque apse on its eastern side, it's mainly modern and has little of i…
Museum in Andorra

Museu Nacional de l'Automòbil

A trip to the National Automobile Museum will have the classier revheads wishing they could take one of the 80 vintage cars or numerous antique motorcycles for a spin through the Pyrenees. Also on display are over 1…
Square in Andorra la Vella

Plaça del Poble

Plaça del Poble 'People's Square', just south of Plaça de Rebés, occupies the roof of a modern government office building. Giving splendid views of the valley and mountains, it's a popular local gathe…
Square in Andorra la Vella

Barri Antic

The small Barri Antic, intrusively and artificially bisected by Avinguda Príncep Benlloch, was the heart of Andorra la Vella when the principality's capital was little more than a village. The narrow cobbled st…