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Capilla de Sant Adreu

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Capilla de Sant Adreu

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16 Carrer Sant Andreu, Andorra la Vella AD500 Andorra
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The Original Three Countries in One Day: France, Andorra, Spain from Barcelona
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The Original Three Countries in One Day: France, Andorra, Spain from Barcelona

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Visit Andorra, France, and Spain in a single day on a tour from Barcelona that takes in historic architecture, gorgeous mountain landscapes, and three distinctive cultures. If your time is limited, choosing a guided tour ensures you see more than you would on your own, from breakfast in Spain to lunch in a traditional French restaurant (own expense), with a series of fascinating sightseeing stops throughout the day.
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tracysJ4069BK wrote a review Sep 2019
32 contributions6 helpful votes
This church is more or less located in the city center and is accessible via a short and easy walk. Like most of the churches in this area (at least in the low season) I was only able to view it from the outside. That being said, I don't regret taking the time to visit it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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barcaranger wrote a review Nov 2018
Andorra la Vella, Andorra1,372 contributions5,132 helpful votes
In the summer they do tours, rest of the year it’s locked. It is though a coverup old quaint chapel worth a trip if it is your thing but if not I prefer just to stroll around the other end of the town in the Barri Gothic
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Rumples wrote a review May 2018
Tucson, Arizona10,284 contributions3,451 helpful votes
A women at the tourism office highly recommended that we visit this chapel, so we started off on foot, carefully following her directions. This involved a shortcut up dozens of steep steps, which I doubt we would take again. Ascending the hill to Carrer Sant Adreu, the street where the chapel is located, looked like it would have been a much better -- though longer -- approach. We climbed even more steps to reach the chapel because it stands at the top of a small hill. Likely built between the 11th and 12th century with many ensuring modifications, this cultural heritage site was renovated in the 1950s and appears to be in excellent condition. It features construction material of irregularly shaped masonry blocks; an East/West orientation; a small belfry; and a semicircular apse. Tall trees shade its entrance and an open area of green grass decorates the rear. Though the chapel remained locked during our visit, there are guided tours here in summer. As both a history and an architecture buff, I found it worthwhile to have at least seen the exterior. And it was wonderful to sit quietly by the structure for a while, away from the hordes of tourists, who come to shop in the city center.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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