·The mountainous country of Andorra is located in Southwestern Europe, between Spain and France. You can find located a variety of winter resorts that promote some of the high category hotels in Andorra.

·The country is believed being 2.5 times the size of Washington, DC.

·Andorra experiences a temperate local weather with warm dry summers and cold snowy winters.

·Coma Pedrosa is the highest point of the country of Andorra. It has an altitude of 2,946 meters or 9,665 feet.

·As of July 2010, the population of Andorra stands at 84, 525.

·Jaume Bartumeu Cassany is the Head of the Government of Andorra. Jaume Bartumeu has become at the position of power since 2009.

·Andorra is ruled by two authorities. The co-heads include Nicolas Sarkozy (President of France) and Joan Enric Vives I Sicilia (Bishop of la Seu d'Urgell).

·Catalan, French, Portugese and Spanish are essentially the most common languages all around Andorra. Catalan is the official language of Andorra.

·Andorra la Vella is the Capital of Andorra as well as the Euro is its National currency. Andorra la Vella is ‘lucky enough’ to lie inside the junction of two mountain streams. There you will see most of the hotels in Andorra.

·The country of Andorra boasts of a 100% literacy rate.

·In spite of the country’s thriving tourism market, Andorra doesn't have an airport. The closest airport is Spain’s El Prat Barcelona Airport. The airport is located at a distance of 140 miles/225 kilometers aside from the Principality.

·Andorra is actually a duty free zone and that makes it a country free of restrictions in terms of duties. Regrettably, you will have to follow the restrictions imposed by France or Spain, if you’re leaving from either of the two countries.

·Andorra is famous for being a preferred centre for winter sports activities. Wintertime sports activities are especially favorite in Escaldes-Engordany and Andorra la Vella. You will find located essentially the most charming hotels in Andorra.

·The cuisine in Andorra is vastly Catalan. Regional favorites contain trinxat (a potato and cabbage dish), coques (flavored flat cakes), and truites de carreroles (a mushroom omlette).

·Casa de la Val, popularly known as the historical seat of the government is among Andorra’s most preferred tourist destinations. Apart from the ‘traditional seat of the government’, an historic 12th-century church boasts of its fair share of visitors.

·As far as immigrants are concerned, Andorra is as good as a magnet. The country attracts a large number of immigrants, equally legal and illegal, resulting from an economy sans income taxes. Andorra is a ‘tax-haven’ of sorts.

·Raising sheep is Andorra’s major livestock activity while the manufacturing of cigars, cigarettes, and furnishings make up for incredibly an important industry too.

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