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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
US$153.89
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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Reviewed today
Nice day trip!

I did this trip with my daughter. Although a lot of time was spent on a tour bus, is was small and very comfortable. Never knew Andorra existed!! Breathtaking views.

Thank rnginger
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Exceeded all our expectations

Being a mobility challenged person with prostheses, I was a bit worried that I may not be able to do the pace and slow everyone down. Sergio our guide was superb ! I didn’t stress out at all and is the highlight of our 3...More

Thank Annie C
Reviewed 3 days ago
A wonderful day trip but not for the inactive

This trip was wonderful and fun but long. If you can't walk up long, steep flights of stairs be warned that in Baga you will be required too. Also in Andorra there is a steep climb. We opted to sit the last one out but...More

1  Thank Jenn_and_The_Cats
Reviewed 4 days ago
Three Countries in One Day!

We had to meet our guide, Anna, at 6:45 AM. Our first stop was the small medieval village of Baga, Spain. Anna led us on a short walking tour there giving us a brief history of Baga. We then had some free time to explore...More

1  Thank 4Rtrip
Reviewed 1 week ago
Good trip, great views, long day

The trip was well organized with a helpful guide and driver. Andorra itself is a fantastic setting, although the city stop was primarily about shopping. The visit to Ax les Thermes was very pleasant and offered a nice way to get lunch. They also threw...More

1  Thank Christopher A
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WomanontheGo2017
3 July 2018|
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Response from dragon789wv | Reviewed this property |
For my wife and I in mid-February, they came out to our hotel, Barcelona Catalonia Plaza Hotel, to pick us up. BUT they would not drop us off when we were all done, even though they passed by the hotel on their way back to... More
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MarshallGulch
19 June 2018|
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Response from WImom | Reviewed this property |
It is more of a shopping destination. I wouldn't spend a night here unless it is on your way to another site. The border did stamp our passports with the large word "Andorra". It was pretty mountain scenery and we don't... More
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