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Shopping in Andorra

As part of our guide to visiting Andorra in the winter, here’s everything you need to know about the country’s top-notch shopping

By Time Out in association with Visit Andorra
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When you think of the world's most famous places to shop, New York and London will probably cross your mind. But while these cities are iconic, they're also busy (and often expensive, too).

If you're taking a trip to Andorra, you might be surprised at how many advantages the Principality offers for shoppers. We're talking premium brands galore, duty free shops and helpfully long opening hours (Andorra's stores close only four days a year and are open until 8, 9 or 10 in the evening). So if you're ready to drop some dough, here's what's on offer.

The things you can buy...

There are several places to shop in Andorra, from Andorra la Vella to Escaldes-Engordany to Pas de la Casa.

First off, there are a great deal of stores to stock up on fashion and accessories, from boutiques on the high street to shopping centres. There's also specialist stores and luxury brand names, too. Sure, you’ll find plenty to treat yourself, but if you're looking for high-end boutiques or quality local pieces? Yep, that's also covered. 

For technology shopping, there are several small shops to drop into across the country, as well as big chains where it's easy to find new releases from major manufacturers. If you forget your skis then don't worry, you'll find there's a whole heap of sporting gear on offer. And not only that, but there are several speciality shops to visit, too.

If you're hankering for delicious food and drink then you're in luck, because not only are there tasty restaurants nestled everywhere you look, but you can stock up on duty-free goodies too.

And the best thing? The winter season is the perfect time for shopping. Sales start December 21 – just in time for a very merry Christmas indeed.

For more information, visit www.visitandorra.com

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