How do I get to Andorra?
Andorra is connected to the principal road networks of Spain and France.
The main cities near Andorra are Barcelona (Spain at 206km. About 3 hours and 15 minutes drive) and Toulouse (France at 195km. About 3 hours drive)
You may find the best route to Andorra from your place of origin using online tools as
Several cities in Spain, France and Portugal have a daily bus service from and to Andorra.
Andorra has no airport. There are several international airports at less than 200 km away. Bus services connect all the airports to Andorra. You can also rent a car from the airport to come to Andorra.
Information about Andorra
Documentation for visa application
Visa is not necessary for foreign visitors to enter Andorra (Ministry of Foreign Affairs reporting). However, any foreigner travelling to the Principality must consult the French or Spanish embassy/consulate (depending on the country through which it will enter Andorra) regarding the necessary visas to enter those countries.
Applicants who need a visa to enter Spain or France must apply for a double-entry Schengen visa to be able to enter and leave the Schengen Area without difficulty due to the fact that Andorra does not form part of this area.
For those who foresee any type of excursions, please request a multiple-entry Schengen visa. This way, entry and exit to and from Andorra will be granted on multiple occasions.
If your country of origin is not a part of the Schengen Community, the Organisation shall provide you with a personal invitation letter to the Congress.
For more information go to Ministry of Foreign Affairs web page
Accommodation for the congress
Andorra Park Hotel, Andorra la Vella
Plaza Hotel, Andorra la Vella
Holiday Inn Hotel, Andorra la Vella
Atiram Huersa Cèntric, Andorra la Vella
Acta Art Hotel, Andorra la Vella
For information on registration, venue, hotels, travelling to Andorra, please contact:
Ms. Meri Duró
Av. Carlemany 89B, despatx G
AD700 Escaldes - Andorra