Travelling to Andorra?
        DOs and DON'Ts

On September 2010 I went to Andorra (see map) with my wife. We don't like arranged travels and we prefer to travel on our own, because we think is the only way you can get in touch with the real country and its people. This way of travelling is harder and more expensive than others, but also more pleasant, relaxing and, that's the best, gives you a different point of view on the culture and way of life.

After my experience here you have my advice if you plan to travel on your own to these areas. You have to understand that this is MY PERSONAL POINT OF VIEW and that it is not my intention to criticize the people or culture of any of the mentioned places. You also must take into account that these observations are from year 2010. Things might have changed (either in the right or in the wrong way) since then. You must also bear in mind that this is not a travel guide, but just the description of my own journey and my own impressions. If you don't agree with some of the opinions below just write your own WEB page with you own opinions, but don't bother me.
Excellent / Specially interesting   Very good / Very interesting   Good / Interesting
Mediocre / Not very interesting    Very bad / Not interesting Click on it for pictures of the area

Click on the links of the map below to see some Photos and information of the area in my photo album.

 Photos of the Estanys de Tristaina Photos of the road Ordino-Arcalis Photos of the Ransol valley Photos of the Incles valley Photos of the road Ordino-Canillo Photos of Arinsal Photos of Ordino Photos of the Meritxell hermitage Photos of the Engolasters lake Photos of Any? Photos of Andorra la Vella Photos of the sanctuary of Canolich  

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