The church of Sant Esteve: dated from the 12th century. It is in the old part of the Andorra la Vella. Open: July to August: daily, 10.00-13.00 & 15.00-19.00. Free-guided tour. The rest of the year only at mass hours.
Church of Sant Andreu: Romanesque church dated from the 12th century. It is in the Sant Andreu St. Open: Mon to Sat. It is obligatory to reserve at phone +376 827 117.
Casa de la Vall: The seat of the Consell General Andorran Parliament Dating from the 16th century. With guide service. Open: Mon to Sat 09.30-13.00 & 15.00-19.00. Free-guided tour. Sundays from May to October from 10 to 14h.
Bridge of la Margineda: This bridge dates from medieval times but is still in perfect condition. Nearby there is a metallic sculpture made by the Valencian sculptor Andreu Alfaro. It is in Santa Coloma.
Rec del SolÃ and Rec de lâObac: paved ways with handrails illuminated in the night. They are 2,5 km long. Starting point: ColÂ·legi Sant Ermengol road and Tarragona avenue, respectively.
The town square: this is a surprisingly peaceful place with a panoramic view of the Valley of Andorra.
You can visit the spa / sauna / swimming complex known as the Caldea. It is located at the top of the town in the large glass spire structure
Parliament building and old town. The parliament building is a relatively modern building and you can walk around up the hill behind it and go onto the roof where there is a type of mini park. On a nice day, there is a great view out over the valley across and looking South towards Santa Coloma. From here you can head back up the hill slightly to the right and visit the old church of St Esteve. Behind it, is an interesting little area filled with narrow streets which is clearly the original location of the settlement.