Several major ski resorts, including Soldeu / El Tarter (map) and Pal / *Arinsal (map). Andorran ski schools are among the largest in Europe.
Good places to sample some culture are *Ordino (map), *Santa Coloma d’Andorra (home to the oldest building in the country, a 9th-century church) and *Sant Julia de Loria (map).
Toulouse is the main hub for accessing Andorra.
Andorra is the only sovereign non-island state in Europe to have never had a railway. Rail stations near the border: L’Hospitalet-près-l’Andorre (map), this station is not on the territory of Andorra, but rather in neighboring France, some 3 km (1.9 mi) from the border. Gare de Latour-de-Carol-Enveitg (map), this station is in France but close to the Spanish border.
The nearest airport is 1 La Seu d’Urgell Airport, 12 km (7.5 mi) to the south, in Spain.
BUS >> The government of Andorra provides Mobilitat.ad, a website that gives an overview of bus routes into and within Andorra, though it is only in Catalan. Many coach routes serve Andorra, particularly from Spain, mainly Barcelona but also Girona, Madrid, Malaga, Lleida and Valencia.
If you have a few days, then you can easily visit most of the main villages by the local bus service operated by Cooperativa Interurbana Andorrana, S.A.