Air

It is not possible to travel around Andorra by air.

Bicycle

Andorra is a gorgeous, safe place for cycling, though its steep roads and high-altitude Pyrenean passes certainly make it a challenge. Find maps of routes and lists of cycle-friendly hotels through Andorra Turisme.

Boat

It is not possible to travel around Andorra by boat.

Bus

Andorra is well served by the Cooperativa Interurbana Andorrana network of buses linking the capital with destinations across the principality, which operate regularly from 7am to 8.30pm or 9.30pm. Rates are between €1.80 and €6.10, depending on how many zones you travel through.

Interurban Buses from Andorra la Vella

L1

Destination

Sant Julià de Lòria

Frequency

every 20min

L2

Destination

Encamp

Frequency

every 15-20min

L3, L4B

Destination

Soldeu

Frequency

every 20-30min

L4, L4B

Destination

Pas de la Casa

Frequency

hourly

L5

Destination

Arinsal

Frequency

every 30min

L6

Destination

Ordino

Frequency

every 30min

Car & Motorcycle

Driving is by far the best way to explore Andorra. With all those narrow mountainous roads, however, it's important to keep an eye on weather conditions and winter snow reports, which are monitored live online at www.mobilitat.ad. Car hire costs from around €50 per day, but is cheaper with longer-term rentals; you'll need a valid driving license and credit card.

Train

It is not possible to travel here by train.