Views of Andorra from the tourist bus


The Tourist Bus in Andorra only runs in summer and it is a 10 out of 10 experience if what you want is a global perspective of the whole of the Principality in the most comfortable way. At Plaza Andorra Hotels, we recommend you consult and buy a pass for this, especially if you are travelling with children or want to enjoy discovering every detail of the life and history of the villages and mountain towns, in the most relaxing way.

All of the routes carried out by the Tourist Bus in Andorra in summer are always led by a qualified guide who will let you in on all the secrets of each of the 7 routes that mix different aspects of the riches of the Pyrenees: its culture, wild landscape, symbolic population, gastronomy and local commerce.  

In addition to this, on all routes your guide will offer information on the more deeply rooted traditions of the Pyrenees with visits to the most significant spots and monuments and charming villages of the area.

Route 1: (Landscape and Romanesque) joins Encamp and Canillo and allows you to see, amongst other things, Sant Joan de Caselles and Casa Cristo.

Route 2 (Landscapes and the Urban Environment) connects Sant Julià de Lòria and Estany d’Engolasters, one of the prettiest natural zones in the Principality. It is a long but simple route that runs through Andorra la Vella.

Route 3 (Landscapes and Trades) Farga Rossell, in La Massana, stopping at Coll de la Botella where you can enjoy spectacular panoramic views.

Route 4 (Landscapes and Romanesque) very similar to route 1: connecting Encamp and Canillo and includes legendary places like Meritxell and the Motorcycle Museum.

Route 5 (Landscapes, Lake and Energy) goes from the Museum of Electricity to Sant Miquel d’Engolasters, passing the Circuit de les Fonts.

Route 6 (Landscapes and Traditions) Farga Rossell, Sant Martí de la Cortinada and Arcalís, includes a lunch of typical cuisine.

Route 7 (Landscapes and Country of Mountains) is the one that runs from CIC/Arinsal to the cable car station in Vall Nord.

Bus routes must be booked in advance, via phone or online on the official website of Tourism in Andorra. The price is 15 euros (29 for routes that are include a meal) and children from 0-3 years old go free, whilst it is half price for children between the ages of 4-12. Children have to pay, of course, with special meals for routes that include it.

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