The largest and most popular cities in Andorra are the capital, Andorra la Vella, and Escaldes-Engordany. Both are home to numerous attractions for tourists, such as spas, ski resorts, shopping malls, and cultural sites. Other popular tourist destinations include Canillo, Ordino, Arinsal, and La Massana.
The climate in Andorra is typically mild year-round, although winters can be cold and snowy. The best time to visit is usually between May and October when temperatures are warmest and activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and hiking are still available.
Andorran cuisine is quite diverse, featuring dishes from both Spanish and French cuisines. Common ingredients include pork, fish, seafood, potatoes, beans, vegetables, fruits, pastries, cheeses, and cured meats.
The population of Andorra is approximately 77 thousand people. It has an area of 181 square miles and two official languages - Catalan and Spanish.
Andorra is considered an expensive country to visit and stay in due to the high taxes placed on goods sold there. The currency used is the Euro (EUR), and the international phone code for Andorra is +376.