French-Andorran border to start reopening

Blu skies over an Andorran mountain range. As both countries come out of lockdown the French-Andoran border will start to open on June 1.
Borders between Andorra and neighbours France and Spain will start to reopen from June 1.

The Andorran government has revealed plans to start a limited reopening of borders to nearby French and Spanish residents.

Head of the Andorran government, Xavier Espot, yesterday (Monday May 25) announced plans to reopen the Andorran border to visitors from France and Spain.

On the French side, this has been made possible by an agreement with the French government to include Andorra in the 100km limit (as the crow flies) placed on travel in France as part of the country’s deconfinement measures.

This means French residents who live more than 100km away from Andorra will not currently ...

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