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Getting Around in Andorra

By Road

In Andorra, traffic drives on the right. A good road runs from the Spanish to the French frontiers through Sant Julià de Lòria, Andorra la Vella, Escaldes-Engordany, Encamp and Canillo (about 40 km/25 miles between frontiers). There is a road to El Serrat, and a secondary road from Ordino to Canillo, which is usually closed in

Minimum driving age is 18. Seatbelts are compulsory in both front and rear. Children aged under 10 (unless over 1.5 m/4.9 ft tall) must travel in the rear. Speed limits are 40 kph (25 mph) in towns, 70 kph (44 mph) on major roads.


There are buses and minibuses linking Andorra’s villages. There are 8 main bus lines or 'linies', and all of these pass through Andorra La Vella. The fare is anything from €1 to €3 depending where you are going. For the towns nearest to Andorra La Vella, the service is very regular, and as frequent as every 30 minutes during the day. If you are travelling to the outlying places like El Serrat, Arinsal and El Pas del la Casa, there are only 2 or 3 buses per day. Be sure to check the timetable.

Car Rental

International and local firms offer car rental.

Documentation: National driving licence accepted.