Culture

Andorra has a culture rich in traditions, monuments and museums. Foremost among all is "La Vall del Madriu", declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004. It's also important to highlight the Romanesque art you'll see in Andorra in its churches scattered across the entire country.

One way to gain more insight into Andorra's culture is to ride its tourist buses, which offer several different itineraries ranging from Romanesque architecture and landscape to scenery and traditions.

There are more than 30 museums, where you can find out more about life in the mansions (Casa Museo Areny Plandolit, a historical mansion) or just the beginnings and current structure of Andorra's Parliament (Casa de la Vall).

Andorra is a country full of secrets and culture; we invite you to come discover it.