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*** THIS BUS STATION IS NOW CLOSED AND DEMOLISHED ***
The new bus station is 100 metres south (towards Spain)
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From 22nd July 2017 until 30th July 2017 the Hotel Panorama is hosting the 35th Andorra Chess Open.
This event is open to licensed Chess players from anywhere in the world. We expect around 140 players from around the world to attend; including many Grand Masters.
Families and accompanying persons are welcome to come, and will benefit from discounts and laid on activities by the Federation.
For more information please see the tournament site. http://open.escacsandorra.com
The many good reviews received for this Campsite are not wrong. Set halfway up a deep valley on the road to Pal village, it has a backdrop of beautiful pine covered mountainsides, and the constant sound of the nearby stream torrent that runs by the side of the camp.
It has 3 different accommodation zones: A large block with 16 apartments, 8 log cabins and a campsite field for 30 or more caravans, campers and tents.
Running up and down the valley is their 18 hole pitch & putt golf course. You need to have a licence to play.
The owners Mariebelle and her brother and their family are very friendly, she speaks Catalan, Spanish, French and passable English; and is more than willing to help out in any way and are greatly appreciated by visitors.
Visitors to the Park are mainly from Spain and France; but you often encounter other europeans like Brits, Dutch, Swedes and Germans. It is not on the "through road" from France to Spain; so will involve a bit (30mins) detour off the main road if you are passing: it is worth the trip up the North Valley.
The Palarine Hotel/Bamboo Restaurant, is a welcoming place to stay and eat in Andorra. The hotel welcomes skiers, mostly from the UK & Ireland, and the restaurant/bar is hub of expat life.
Graham is the friendly manager/landord and together with his chinese wife Maria they expertly run the Palarine (and the bamboo restaurant).
The chinese food is excellent and unique in this part of the world - other chinese restaurants in the area (of which there are very few anyway) serve nothing like it. Well known and respected, locals come all the way from La Vella and La Massana to enjoy the food.
There is a "english pub" atmosphere to the place (without the cigarette smoke), as many of the local british expats tend to often congregate here. Big screen TVs play important sports games.
The Hotel Montané is a small, family run hotel that has the enviable position of being located directly in front of the lower gondola station for the Arinsal ski resort.
Fiona (originally from Scotland), and her family and friendly staff have operated this hotel for over 10 years. In the kitchen chef Jose, who is originally from the US, serves up good quality food that is known all over Andorra. People specially make the trip up to this end of the north valley to enjoy dining here.
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**** NOTE THIS TERMINAL IS NOW NO LONGER OPERATIONAL FROM 4th May 2017 ***
You need to use the new bus station which is about 10/15 mins walk in the direction of Spain at baixa de moli; 2 roundabouts down. Follow parallel to the river, or go down the main Ave. Tarragona road.
See map under this section on this page.
Main international terminal for buses into Andorra. It is comprised of 2 terminals right next door to each other - one for DirectBus and the other primarily for Novatel, but other companies (with less frequent routes into Spain) also use this terminal too.
Estació d'Autobusos d'Andorra is Andorra Bus Station - NOTE this old terminal is due for closure soon. Buses will soon arrive and depart from the new terminal which is under construction. This terminal is about 500 metres further out of La Vella in the direction of Spain.
Buses from Spain and France arrive and depart from here. There are the primary routes to Barcelona, Barcelona Airport, Girona Airport and Tolouse & Airport.
There is a small waiting room in each of the Terminals. Banc Mora ATM at the DirectBus terminal.
Basically a retail unit with a geek and loads of geeky kit in it. But what fun! David from Zamora in Spain runs this Virtual Reality Experience shop in the downtown area of La Vella.
Open in the late afternoon until night (ideal for geeks); recommended if you want to experience something a little different. He speaks passable English and it an affable chap.
€3 - for a ride on a rollcoaster
€5 - for the driving simulator
€10 per person for the HTC VR game
The VR game can be played by two people at once; fight zombies or "really" play with a light sabre (you won't believe the feeling when it turns on it your hand).
Centrally located pizza place catering mainly to tourists. On sunny days the plaza outside is a pleasant place to eat as it is a pedestrianised area and more or less surrounded by buildings which will provide a break for the wind.
Typical of Iberia however, during working days you will get cars and vans parked in the pedestrianised area nevertheless.
This is an interesting and convenient cafe for several reasons: It is parked directly above the main government administration building. ?!
How many countries in the world do you have a playground and cafe like that? Not many I think.
Additionally it has a big playground for kids, and a large area for them to run around and let of steam - all the while you can either sit outside (seasonal) or if they are bit more responsible, you can let the kids play outside, you can clearly keep an eye on them from inside the cafe too - the windows are huge and all the way round.
The building (of which you are on the top of) and playground are often bathed in Andorran sunshine. There is parking directly below in 2 car parks.
Have a wander-around outside; you get a spectaular view of the city to the north and south and the mountains climbing steeply up on each side of the valley.
Andorra made itself rich doing this: In the postwar years when motoring became commonplace, its geographical position between France and Spain has proved to be fortunate.
Until recently there was no tax at all; and even now it is only 4.5% as a sales tax. This means Andorran vendors can undercut French and Spanish stores margins, as for example IVA (VAT in spain) is around 20%. But that doesn't mean you get 14% off - the local stores just make more profit!
That's not to say Andorra really is a shopping mecca: It excels in luxury products such as perfumes, cameras and watches - in many of the smaller stores you'd be making a big mistake to pay the list price anyway; it's all about bargaining and haggling old style in these. Be warned however; there might be many little stores up and down the main shopping streets - but some are owned by the same families, so "walking" and getting a price down the street might not be so useful! All the shopkeepers speak some level of English.
Cigarettes, alcohol and petrol are insanely cheap compared to other countries. If you are driving down from France to Spain, try to time your fuel stop for Andorra; and brim the tank!
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