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Casa de la Vall, Andorra la Vella

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Learn about the area's government and culture when you tour Casa de la Vall, the former parliament headquarters. Built in 1580, this well-preserved, Catalan-style home has the region's 14th-century shield, along with the current one, on the main facade. The gardens have a watchtower, baptismal pyre, and contemporary commemorative sculptures. Reservations are required for a guided tour, so be sure to call ahead to save your spot and confirm opening hours. Plan to visit Casa de la Vall during your Andorra la Vella vacation using our convenient Andorra la Vella tour builder tool.
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  • Regrettably this was closed when visiting, but the surrounding area was very quant. Enjoyed seeing a whimsical sculpture of a dancing/skipping boy/girl, I believe it’s called “La Dansa” and across... 
    Regrettably this was closed when visiting, but the surrounding area was very quant. Enjoyed seeing a whimsical sculpture of a dancing/skipping boy/girl, I believe it’s called “La Dansa” and across...  more »
  • This is a very short tour of the former parliament building used by the country of Andorra until 2011, one of the oldest parliament systems of any country in the world. The building dates to 1580 but....  more
    This is a very short tour of the former parliament building used by the country of Andorra until 2011, one of the oldest parliament systems of any country in the world. The building dates to 1580 but....  more »
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  • Get the passport pass when in Andorra. 50% off on 3 museums of your choice including this one. We came an hour before closing, my hack when visiting museums..It’s the time best to visit. Less people. For 5€ you get the audio guide. We did the tour for about 15 minutes. It’s just a big house. A lot of rooms are not accessible. Toilet was clean though. If you have 5€ and 45 minutes to park, walk to get there and visit around..Come here. You also get to see the municipal building adjacent to the house, built in 2011. Architecture was pretty nice. The view of the city from the house property is good too, but you can get this view from the trail Rec del Sola too, and it’s free.
  • It was an educational tour, with this museum giving a historical view of Andorra. It used to be a government site. We availed of English tour guide and learned a lot.

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