Every year the Principality of Andorra receives thousands of visitors from many parts of Europe who want to ski on its famous slopes, but it also has other types of activities and incentives for you to visit even if you are not a fan of that winter sport. Among the tourist offers that you can find in Andorra you can find many of a cultural nature, especially museums, and it has a few that are of great interest.
So, if you are going to travel to Andorra and want to visit the most important cultural places, take note of its most important museums:
– Tobacco Museum : It is in Sant Julià de Lòria and is due to an important historical tradition of this Principality such as tobacco. In this museum you can see the different processes that tobacco goes through to be manufactured, many of them through an innovative multimedia system, which makes it much more fun and enjoyable.
– Casa de la Vall : It is in Andorra la Vella and is located in an emblematic building that was built in 1580. For a long time it was the home of the Parliament of the Principality, so entering this place offers you the opportunity to know and understand how the political and parliamentary system of this small country has been and is.
– Perfume Museum : It is in Escaldes and takes a tour of the world of perfume so that you know how the different essences and aromas develop. It has an exhibition with more than 1,000 pieces in which the story of each one of them is told.
– Casa Rull Museum : It is in Sispony and it is a place where you will go back in time to fully immerse yourself in the life and customs of the typical Andorran family of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when livestock and agriculture were the livelihood of all the locals.