Andorra's Frosty Friday
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Welcome to the wintery wonderland of Andorra!
Learn about our treasured Christmas traditions!
Andorra has a ski resort like no other. If you're okay with 80cm of fresh fallen snow, you have come to the right place. Andorra's skiing tradition is immensely important to our country.
Our stellar skiing is what most tourists come here to Andorra for, but there is so much more! Our country follows many of the traditions in Spain, but we have many of our own. For example, our capital, Andorra La Vella, has much to offer. Santa Llúcia Fair is a popular Christmas market, including craft stalls, food stalls, and activities. And of course, what would Christmas be without Father Christmas himself? He will be making an entrance at the parade through the capital. Be on the lookout for him!
Noche Buena is our Christmas Eve. Oh, and expect a special meal in your hotel for that occasion. Noche Vieja is New Years Eve, and January 6th is Dia de Los Reis.
Lastly for traditions, there is the little hamlet of La Massana, right outside of the capital. If you're lucky, you may be able to join in on some caroling "Silent Night" at the church in Spanish!