Alsa extends its schedules to Andorra
2022-02-07 11:29:26

Do you want to travel to Andorra? Alsa extends the schedules to make it very easy for you!

daily frequency of expeditions to Andorra (except Saturdays, Christmas and New Year).

To do

To travel from Barcelona to Andorra, choose to travel with Alsa by bus. Enjoy a fast, comfortable, pleasant trip with the best price guaranteed. Buying now your bus ticket from Barcelona to Andorra in in advance you can take advantage of the offers with cheaper prices.



Buses to Andorra leave from Estació Barcelona Nord, where you will be connected to the public transport network (metro and buses) or even have the station's public car park.

In Barcelona, ​​a cosmopolitan atmosphere and a mild Mediterranean climate await you with which to enjoy beaches and pleasant walks. In Las Ramblas you will find a varied atmosphere of different cultures and street art representations. Large constructions designed by Gaudí, such as the Sagrada Familia or Park Güell, fill the streets with beauty. You will get the best views by going up to Montjuïc where you can see the Ring and the Olympic Stadium.



Finally you will reach the Andorra Bus Station. Andorra, located in the Pyrenees, has very important ski areas that integrate different ski resorts: on the one hand, there is Grandvalira, which integrates the Pas de la Casa, Grau Roig and Soldeu-El Tarter resorts with a length of 210m ski slopes. km.

Vallnord is another of Andorra's ski resorts that arises from the union of the Masana, Pal, Arinsal and Ordino-Arcalís resorts with a ski area of ​​1,149 hectares where you can enjoy activities such as trikke ski, speed ride, ski bike , Jump, paragliding and all the necessary services for the practice of white sport.

Andorra has a large number of Romanesque monuments. The church of Santa Coloma, built between the 9th and 10th centuries AD, is one of the few Romanesque churches in the world with a cylindrical bell tower dating from the 12th century; You can also visit the Church of San Esteban, which preserves the Romanesque atrium and bell tower from the 11th century, or the Castle and Church of Sant Vicenç d'Enclar, which is a medieval complex built on ancient Roman fortifications. Another place of interest is the Casa de la Vall, a beautiful 16th-century building that is the seat of the General Council of Andorra and where the historical documents of Andorra are preserved.

Andorra la Vella also has a leisure area with hotels, restaurants and countless shops for shopping and Caldea, a spa where you can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere after a day of skiing.