The only public transport that allows you to get to the Principality of Andorra is the bus. There are bus connections that allow you to reach Andorra from France and Spain. The small Pyrenean principality of Andorra can only be reached by road. Andorra has two main roads that cross it, CG1 is the road that comes from the border with Spain, while CG2 comes from the border with France.

There are many bus companies that connect Andorra with Spain and France. Andbus (Novatel) has a regular bus service between Barcelona, ​​Girona, Toulouse and Andorra. Alsina Graells has numerous bus connections between various cities in Catalonia and Andorra. Nadal Autocars has bus connections between Andorra and the cities of Barcelona, ​​Valencia, Alicante, Madrid, Zaragoza and Toulouse. Montmantell has a regular bus service between Tarragona and the Principality of Andorra.



Andorra does not have its own airport.

To get to Andorra, you can use the airports of Girona (280 km from Andorra) and Barcelona (225 km from Andorra) in Spain or Toulouse (Toulouse-Blagnac) (180 km from Andorra) in France. All these airports are two or three hours by car from Andorra. There are daily bus services to Andorra leaving from Barcelona, ​​Girona and Toulouse airports.



Andorra does not have its own rail network. Those who want to get to Andorra by train can reach the French train station of L'Hospitalet, which is located two hours south of Toulouse. This station is connected with daily buses with Andorra la Vella, the transfer time is two hours. For those coming from Spain, it is better to get from Barcelona to La Tour de Carol station, on the Franco-Spanish border, from here you can take buses to Andorra.