Andorra Visa

Andorra Visa

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Andorras Visa Policy

Andorra This countrys visa policy is unique in that it is not a member of the European Union or the Schengen Area, although it does have free movement agreements with its neighbours. As a result, visiting this country may not be too tough.

The Andorran government does not require tourists to obtain a visa and just requires a passport or a European Union national identity card for entry. However, because this country is only accessible through the Schengen countries of France and Spain, a Schengen Visa or at the very least entry into the Schengen area may be required. Keep in mind that the Schengen visa restrictions will apply de facto after you arrive. There are no fixed-wing airports in Andorra, however commercial helicopter services are available at heliports in La Massana (Cam Heliport), Arinsal, and Escaldes-Engordany.

A visa is not required for citizens of the European Union to enter Andorra. This country has inked transit arrangements with Spain and France, removing the need for visitors from any EU country to obtain special authorisation. The only need for EU citizens to enter or depart this country is a passport or an ID card. If the traveller is a citizen of a nation that is not a member of the EU but is part of the Schengen area, a valid passport is required (not only an ID).

The visa requirements for the rest of the citizens who are not members of the Schengen region or the EU may differ slightly, although they are usually straightforward. Continue reading the information below to learn more about the various types of visas available in Andorra as well as the Andorra Visa Policy.

Andorras Tourist Visa Policy

You must have a valid passport to enter Andorra if you are a citizen of a country that is not a member of the EU but is a member of the Schengen region. This is part of the Andorra Visa Policy. If you are a citizen of a country outside of the Schengen zone, you will need a valid passport and a Schengen Multiple-entry Visa to cross the border between Spain and France, which you will have to do to visit Andorra.

The only document required if you are a citizen of a non-EU nation who does not require a Schengen visa to travel to Europe is a valid passport. Please keep in mind that after you are in this nation, your passport must not expire.

Remember that Andorra is not a member of the Schengen region, therefore you may need a multiple entry visa to re-enter the Schengen area after leaving, at least if youre not from one of the Schengen visa-free nations.

A Residence Permit is required for foreign visitors staying in Andorra for more than 90 days.

Declaration of Health

The Andorra Health Declaration is a travel screening that verifies a travelers health status before allowing them to enter the country. This paper is required for practically all international visitors, including several Schengen Area nations, because to the coronavirus outbreak.

Other Andorra Visa Information

Regarding other aspects of the Andorra Visa Policy, its worth noting that the countrys border is always under Customs surveillance.

Customs checks are conducted at the border because the number of agricultural and industrial items that can be transported across the country is limited. We recommend consulting the Andorra border and customs website for further information on these restrictions, as well as the relevant addresses and hours of operation.