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Three Countries in One Day: France, Andorra and Spain from Barcelona

Highlights
  • Time-saving 3-country tour from Barcelona to Andorra and France
  • Dine on croissants and café au lait in Mont-Louis, France
  • Drive through the Pyrenees to the country of Andorra
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Three Countries in One Day: France, Andorra and Spain from Barcelona
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Three Countries in One Day: France, Andorra and Spain from Barcelona
From US$154.54
Overview
Visit Andorra, France, and Spain in a single day on a tour from Barcelona that takes in historic architecture, gorgeous mountain landscapes, and three distinctive cultures. If your time is limited, choosing a guided tour ensures you’ll see more than you would on your own, from breakfast in France to lunch in a traditional Andorran restaurant (own expense), with a series of fascinating sightseeing stops throughout the day.
What to Expect
Meet a guide in central Barcelona, then travel to the Spanish village of Baga, where you’ll have views of the rocky peaks in Cadi-Moixero National Park. Tour the village’s square and medieval church, then cross the border into France for a classic French breakfast of croissants and café au lait in the walled city of Mont-Louis.

Visit the UNESCO-listed 17th-century citadel and set out across the Pyrenees to the country of Andorra, where you’ll see Romanesque churches and stone houses in the old quarter of Andorra la Vella, Andorra's capital. After lunch in an Andorran restaurant (own expense), shop for wine and souvenirs in tax-free shops, hike mountain trails, or tour the Romanesque church of St. Miquel d’Engolasters.

Begin the return to Barcelona in late afternoon, pausing for a drink in Coll de Nargo along the way and finishing the day at a central location in Barcelona.
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1 - 5 of 22 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Visited some quaint and scenic spots with a super guide

Maria was our guide and she took our group of about 20 people to Bagà, Ax-les-therms and finally Andorra. Except for Andorra la Vella which is basically a shopping district, the rest (especially a short walk in the countryside in Andorra) were lovely. Maria kept...More

3  Thank ShareKhan4
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Beautiful scenery is no substitute for professional guide

We booked this tour based on rave reviews...what a disappointment. The day started off at the tour company’s office where robbers entered the office and stole one of our fellow travelers’ wallet. The tour guide then mentioned that this had happened before and the thieves...More

4  Thank Mary Margaret H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Impressive amount packed into one day

This tour exceeded my expectations. Our tour guide, Camilo (Cam), was everything you want a guide to be—friendly, enthusiastic, extremely knowledgeable, full of cheesy jokes. The scenery was absolutely beautiful. The tour ran a solid 12 hours from departure to arrival back in Barcelona, and...More

2  Thank Melissa98765
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Visit Andorra and get your passport stamped

Getting up in the dark to meet near the Palau de la Musica at 6:45 am is not vacation fun, but it was worth it to go on this long van ride to the Pyrenees first stopping at Baga, Spain for a restroom break, a...More

6  Thank cran
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Amazing moutains

Our tour guide Matias was knowlegeable and the locations we stopped at were great. Matias gave an interesting coverage of the history of Baga and Ax-les-Thermes. It was amazing driving through the Pyrennes. Unfortunately the bus was so uncomfortable. The seats were narrow and ther...More

1  Thank PiesPremiers2010
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manjirim
6 April 2018|
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Response from cran | Reviewed this property |
No for France. But you may need a visa and/or passport for Andorra based on your citizenship. If US citizen, no visa is necessary, just a US passport. France and Spain are part of the EU and parties to the Schegen Pact.
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manjirim
6 April 2018|
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Response from Shri N | Reviewed this property |
Probably not, but please check each country's current visa requirements.
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cigoler
3 April 2018|
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Response from WImom | Reviewed this property |
You may need to contact the company to find that info out
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