Skiing comes naturally to Andorrans. Just as Australians learn to swim, Brazilians play soccer and Canadians skate as a rite of passage.
Having a mountain view outside of almost every window means a ski hill outside every door. And with mountains in the backyard, learning to ski, often at a ski school, is part of growing up in Andorra.
The idea of ski education goes well beyond the lessons you might have your kids take at the resort while on vacation. Schools in Andorra include skiing as integral and much-loved part of the curriculum.
Whatever your reason for coming, you need to know about Andorra’s visa requirements before you visit the principality.
This post will be a comprehensive guide on Andorran visa information and will review several topics that apply to both tourists coming for an incredible holiday and for those who plan to settle and work in our beautiful country.
I’ll start each section with a brief snapshot of what you need to travel or live in the country. Then I’ll delve into the details and requirements you must fulfill before jumping on the plane.
Whether you’re looking for a seasonal job in a ski resort or have your sights set on a more traditional career this will be your guide. We’ll cover the information you need to start working in Andorra and the legal policies about labour.
What are Andorra’s passport requirements? We’ll get into the “how” and “what” of getting an Andorran passport in a moment, but first the “why”.
You might be familiar with the benefits of having a second passport different from your country of origins. For example, you’ll be able to easily visit some countries your second passport when your original passport would have required managing visas and special permits.
The freedom of travelling the world without asking for government authorization is exciting and indescribable. You just pick up your passport, go to the airport and fly off somewhere far away, without explanations or extra requirements.
However, this is only possible if your passport allows it. Some countries require extensive paperwork before the carriers of certain passports can visit. Or they reserve the right to block those travellers from entering entirely.
If you’d like to acquire an Andorran passport for this reason or many others, take a look at this brief guide to Andorra’s passport requirements and rules.
After reading about the marvelous and beautiful Andorra, you’ve finally made the decision of moving to the country to start enjoying the Andorran lifestyle.
However, moving to another country requires a massive amount of research to make the transition as smooth as possible.
Practical things such as how to get to the country from the airport and where to find properties for sale (or rent), or more “human things” like finding friends and welcoming communities is essential to anyone considering starting their life in a new country.
Here we present a comprehensive guide on how to achieve your plan of moving to Andorra as efficiently as possible.
Andorra is a thriving society that participates in the global economy but maintains a degree of separation from the rest of Europe. It also happens to have a very attractive tax system.
As a place to live, it offers both easy access to a fantastic outdoor environment and the familiar comforts of modern life.
All of these characteristics mean that many people will consider Andorra as a potential destination for long-term relocation. This post will be your guide to the technicalities of applying for an Andorra residence permit.