15 Great things to do when visiting the tiny country of Andorra
Andorra is a small, landlocked nation wedged between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains. The 6th smallest nation in Europe, it has a population of 85,000 that primarily speaks Catalan, although French, Spanish and Portuguese are also spoken. At only 468 square kilometres (181 square miles), making it only a little smaller than Scottsdale, Arizona, it has more than 10 million visitors annually. There are many things to do in Andorra that are unique and interesting.
15. Andorra Nightlife
Once the sun sets, Andorra shuts down. Skiing is done. Even in the summer, shops close around 8pm. The streets empty, but Andorra has a fantastic nightlife. Dance to disco music, pop into a bar for a cold one, or relax in a calm club. Ski lodges and resorts are also busy after hours.
Like much of Europe, night activities rage until the wee hours of the morning. Even ski lodges have bars and clubs for dancing.