Andorra is an attractive place to visit — millions of tourists make the journey every year — and also on the short list of many people who are looking to relocate. Read on for the visa requirements if you are considering either.
For tourists and other visitors, Andorra has a very liberal visa policy. As far as the Andorran government is concerned, you don’t need a visa if you’re staying for less than 90 days — and most visitors are waved through the checkpoint (without stamps) on their way into the country.
One complication to the visa situation in Andorra stems from our landlocked geography, high in the Pyrenees. To get here, you need to pass through either Spain or France. So, even if you don’t need a visa to visit Andorra, you might to enter one of our neighbours.
Luckily, that process is straightforward and we have a guide to Schengen zone visas for both tourists and residents in order to then get to Andorra.
Understandably, the visa requirements are a bit stricter if you want to work in Andorra or move here permanently with your family. You’ll find guides to work visas and active residency, passive residency and what you need to know about a seasonal work permit.