Andorra has officially reopened borders for international tourism, and as of July 29, is now allowing all nations to visit, but with different entry requirements based on residency.
Andorra is a quaint micro-nation nestled into the Pyrenees mountains between France and Spain, with a population of just under 80,000, but somehow still manages to get almost 10 million visitors per year.
On June 1, Andorra reopened to neighboring France and Spain. Now, the government of Andorra has started to relax entry, especially from neighboring EU nations.
Countries Allowed To Travel To Andorra
All Nations (as long as they are eligible to enter either Spain or France)
The Ministry Of Health made an announcement on July 29 that every nation was now welcome to visit Andorra, but with specific entry requirements.
EU+ nations will be permitted to enter without quarantine and all other nations are welcome to visit, as long as they meet all the entry requirements for France or Spain.
Here are the current nations allowed to visit Andorra with no quarantine:
- Czech Republic
- San Marino
- United Kingdom
- Vatican City
All Other Nations (Including USA):
All other nations not listed above are welcome to travel to Andorra at this time, as long as they meet all the entry requirements for either Spain or France.
Entry Requirements for Andorra
Here are the entry requirements for travel into Andorra:
- Acquiring a multiple entry Schengen visa (if needed) as entry to and from a Schengen nation (both Spain and France) is needed to access Andorra
- Obtaining travel health insurance
- Agreement to adhere to social distancing
Masks in Andorra
Currently the wearing of masks in all public enclosed spaces is mandatory, as well as on public transit and in cars if you are riding with people you do not live with.
This applies to everyone over the age of 8.
What’s Open in Andorra
Mostly everything has reopened in Andorra, however it may be with reduced hours or limited capacities.
Here’s what tourists will find open in Andorra:
- Hotels and resorts
- Restaurants and cafes from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
- Public transit (buses at 50% capacity)
- Taxis (with passenger seat left empty)
- Some museums and tourist attractions
Disclaimer: Andorra’s reopening news is ever-changing and being updated constantly. We do our best to keep this article up to date with all the latest information, but the decision to travel is ultimately your responsibility. Contact your consulate and/or local authorities to confirm your nationality’s entry and/or any changes to travel requirements before traveling.
Originally published August 3, 2020 with updates