Country description Andorra
Andorra is a tiny principality, land of narrow valleys and mountainous landscapes. Situated on the border between France and Spain, it is almost a hidden independent principality in the Pyrenees mountains. Tourism is the mainstay of the economy, an estimated 10 million people visit each year, drawn by the winter sports, summer climate. It’s also well known for beautiful ski resorts and a tax-haven status that encourages duty-free shopping.
Over 700 years the leader of France and the Spanish Bishop of Urgel has been ruled jointly Andorra. In the year 1993, the first Andorran Constitution was passed, establishing a parliamentary co-principality. Generally, heads of state are co-princes but they play roles largely honorary. Although Andorra is not a member state of the EU, but enjoys a special relationship with it and uses the euro. So Andorra tour will be best part of your life as well as its rich history.
Location of Andorra
Andorra located in the continent of Europe, the area covers 468 square kilometers of land, making it the 200th largest nation in terms of land area. Previously in 1278, Andorra was founded as a distinct and original nation. The population size of Andorra is 77,142 (2019) and the nation has a density of 180 people per square kilometer. Andorra shares it,s borders with France and Spain, Andorra la Vella is the capital city of Andorra. It has a population of 20,000 and is located on a latitude of 42.51 and longitude of 1.52. The political center of Andorra is capital city Andorra la Vella, which is considered a Constitutional Monarchy, and home to its Ceremonial head of state.
History of Andorra
Andorra is one of the principalities of March States to survive in the modern world. It is a defensive buffer state between the Moors in Spain and Christian France, originally created by Emperor Charlemagne as the March States were awarded charters in return for their successful campaigns against the Moorish invaders. Charles the Bald, the grandson of the great emperor, gifted Andorra to the Bishop of Seu d’Urgell, the head of the Spanish Catholic diocese of Urgell prior to in the 10th century. So to know about true history Andorra tour is a great adventure for you.
Climate of Andorra
Andorra, a small mountainous country located Southwestern Europe in the borders between France and Spain, has a temperate climate in the lower valleys, and a mountain climate at high altitudes. Rainfall is very common, whereas the effect of Atlantic frontal systems affect the country for many months a year, while in summer, when the Azores anticyclone prevails, and therefore good weather, thunderstorms can break out in the afternoon.
Culture in Andorra
Catalan culture highly influences Andorran culture is in every essence, including its music, dance, and literature. Visitors can enjoy the opportunities to get up close with the principality’s history through its festivals, concerts, museums, and feasts, even though the countries duty-free shopping and superb skiing can be worthy enough. Andorra can boast long heritage blends this unique state, bringing together facets of the surrounding countries, especially in music, dance, and gastronomy. For Andorrian people culture is an important part of their modern life, everyday lives, particularly when it is festival times.