Andorra does not require any entry visa, but any person
required to have a visa for the Schengen territory to
enter Spain or France must be sure that their visa allows
multi-entry if they want to travel to Andorra.
People of age: ID or passport.
Minors accompanied by their parents: ID or passport
+ “family book”/birth certificate.
Minors accompanied by others: ID or passport + permission
to leave the country issued in a police station.
Citizens from countries outside the EU that do not require
a Schengen Visa to visit Europe:
Passport in force.
Citizens from countries outside the EU that
do require a Schengen Visa to visit Europe:
Passport in force + Schengen multi entry visa.
In order to enter the Principality, pets must meet the
- Identification by microchip or tattoo
- Rabies vaccine in force
- Passport for pets
The Euro (€) is the currency used in Andorra. The
country has an extensive network of banks
Medical and health assistance in Andorra:
Andorra has a complete health network covering needs
throughout the whole territory with the 'Servei Andorrà
d'Atenció Sanitària'. There are agreements
with the public health systems of Spain, France and
Portugal. Find out in your country before travelling.
Telecommunications in Andorra:
Andorra Telecom is the only telecommunications operator
in Andorra. The Principality is not considered a country
of the European Union, so you must consult the rates
with your company before using your mobile phone.
If your mobile is a 3 or 4G device (smartphone), remember
to turn off data roaming before you enter Andorra to
avoid updates. It may increase your bill.
Most of ski resorts, hotels and restaurants have free