Getting To Andorra by Plane
There are no international airports in Andorra, the nearest are in Spain and France:
Barcelona (BCN) about 210km, from Andorra.
Lleida: l’Alguaire Airport- About 158 km from Andorra.
Reus: Reus Airport- About 210 km Andorra.
Perpignan Rivesaltes Airport- About 170 km from Andorra.
Toulouse (TLS) Blagnac Airport- About 196 km from Andorra.
Carcassonne Airport in Pays Cathare- About 155 km from Andorra.
Getting to Andorra By Train
Routes from Perpignan, Villefranche, Toulouse and Barcelona go to La Tour de Carol, 20km (12 miles) from Andorra.
The nearest train station is L’Hospitalet, but buses run from both L’Hospitalet and La Tour de Carol.
Routes from Madrid (Spain) go to Lleida and then a connection by coach leads to La Seu d'Urgell.
Routes from Barcelona (Spain) go to Puig Cerda and then a connection by coach leads to La Seu d'Urgell.
Getting to Andorra By Road
Mountainous roads exist over the Envalira pass from Perpignan, Tarbes and Toulouse (France); and southwards to Barcelona and Lérida (Spain). Buses run regularly from Barcelona, Tarragona, Valencia and Madrid (Spain); and Toulouse (France). Taxis may also be taken and sharing is common practice to cut costs.
Getting To Andorra By Bus
The journey from La Tour de Carol takes 2 hours 20 minutes. From L’Hospitalet the service takes 2 hours 40 minutes and runs early enough to permit a day-return trip from France. A seasonal service runs from Aix-les-Thermes and services may be available from Seo de Urgel in Spain. Eurolines (tel: 0870 514 3219, in the UK; website: www.eurolines.com) serves destinations in Andorra. Daily services from Toulousse, Lleida (Spain) and Madrid are available for coach trips to Andorra.