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This tiny state called the Principality of Andorra is disposed betwixt France and Spain, in the Pyrenees. Despite its fairly small dimensions, the principality is well known to many as a tax haven, but not only for this.
Here is actively developed the tourism industry, also the relevant winter sports due to favorable natural conditions. More than a third of the principality disposed on the mountainous terrain, an average altitude of 1997 meters. Travel to Andorra you can make quite easily and in complete comfort on car rental from Naniko.
In total in Andorra there are 65 peaks the height of which exceeds 2000 meters.
By virtue of its geographical location, in Andorra there is a relatively cold climate. In the winter months is a lot of snow, and so from December to April a lot of skiing enthusiasts come here to enjoy skiing on the beautiful slopes of the Pyrenees. During the summer period you can go hiking and enjoy the beautiful nature.
The capital Andorra la Vella is placed in the south-west side, at an altitude of 1029 meters and is the highest city in Europe. Traveling to Andorra, at a glance you can clearly notice the contrast between the Mediterranean and modern architecture. Here, in the city center you can visit places such as Casa De La Vall, where are located the parliament, the city theater and conference center. Everywhere you can admire some examples of Romanesque architecture such as the Church of Santa Coloma and bridge of Magineda, which is the longest medieval bridge with height of 9 meters, located in the Julia de Loria, just three kilometers from the capital.
As noted above, Andorra is considered a tax haven because here the goods are not taxed and therefore all costs much cheaper. Therefore, many people during their journey to Andorra wisely make various purchases with great savings of finance.
For many years the principality invested heavily in the development of tourism, and also to identify the natural and artistic heritage of the country.
Although the capital is the largest city of the principality, there are many places, towns or mountain villages, which will surprise with their originality. For example, in the town of Soldeu, you will be met by a very welcoming atmosphere. In the summer you can see the carved balconies decorated with geraniums and in winter time home nestled in snow. Here you will be provided an opportunity to experience the traditional charm combined with modern amenities.
In the Madriu Valley, which was declared a World Heritage Site, in the summer you can explore the fantastic sceneries in a canoe or enjoy cycling.