Things to see and do - Principado de Andorra
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Principado de Andorra Travel guide
Principado de Andorra : Michelin's recommendations
From 1278 to 1993, Andorra was a co-principality under the rule of the French head of state and the Bishop of Urgel. In 1993, it became a sovereign state in its own right and an official member of the United Nations. Today it is made up of seven parishes spread over 464km² of high plateaux and valleys, cut across by charming mountain roads leading to resorts such as Pas de la Casa and viewpoints such as Port d'Envalira, the highest Pyrenean pass.