HOW TO: STAY WARM IN ANDORRA

WHERE IN THE WORLD IS ANDORRA?

far far away in a magical place,
lies a tiny country nestled in the mountains
between spain and france.
have you ever heard of andorra?
i read some of the longest living people
abide in this part of europe.
on our way to france we stayed in a village called arans.
it's on the tippy top of the hill in andorra.
we took a bus there for a couple euros and after some windy roads
we were greeted by a local himself and his canadian wife, 
eager to welcome us to their home in andorra.
destination: arans, andorra / accommodations: $75 per night

it truly was the most romantic getaway.
for how cold the temperatures were outside,
we were content snuggling inside almost the whole time.
warming up by the fire and ignoring the clock.
don't mind if i do, andorra.
 the "how to" details:
we took around a three hour bus ride to andorra from barcelona.
we purchased our tickets online ahead of time  
for 90 euros each from barcelona --> andorra --> toulouse.
once you get to andorra the bus system is most convenient. 
if you don't have a car you can take the bus or hitch hike!
we found most people in andorra also speak spanish with little english.
we highly recommend booking via airbnb for comfortable lodging.
let us know if you have any other questions!

come here if you love outdoor activities and a little tranquility.
andorra was lovely and a country well worth visiting.
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13 comments on HOW TO: STAY WARM IN ANDORRA

  1. Their home is so cozy and perfect! LOVE it.

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  2. Uh, Andorra looks cold!! Somehow thought it stays pretty warm down there even in the winter!! Enjoy the rest of your vacation, seems like you are having a wonderful time!!

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  3. So amazing megan! I've been keeping up with your trip on here and all the pictures are stunning! My brother served his mission in Spain and spent a lot of time in Andorra...he said the same thing! Such an amazing little city :) Glad you're having so much fun. And Valentines Day in Paris?! i love it :)

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  4. Adorra looks dreamy :) From the gorgeous, snowy mountains, to the roof and ceiling of the home, to the cozy fire you two enjoyed :) Glad you enjoyed such a lovely time there!!

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  5. insanely awesome and magical. sooo dreamy.

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  6. I was in Andorra when I was a child. It´s such a beautiful country with all those mountains and switchbacks :) enjoy it!! :)

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  7. this is totally on my list of places to visit while i'm living in barcelona!

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  8. What a cool place! And that house?! Looks gorgeous!!

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  9. WOW what an amazing house! so did they feed you too or did you have to go get groceries and stuff? did you see them oft? how long were you there? wow i wanna go so bad...

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    1. they live in another place and rent this one out lis. we bought our own groceries! only saw them when we arrived and left. we were there for our anniverary, two nights. so fun!

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  10. never ever heard of it! looks unbelievably romantic and cozy!
    adding it to my list of places to see before i die.

    xo the egg out west.

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  11. the only reason i've heard of andorra is from doing geography quizzes on sporcle! i love that you guys are willing to go off the beaten path. gorgeous little house!

    p.s. hi i'm sarah, i'm a new reader and the one who tweeted you about the wonders of zanzibar!

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    1. so good to hear from you sarah, thanks for saying hello!

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