Where is Andorra? Here is the answer…
Where Is Andorra?
Andorra is a country in Western Europe located in the eastern part of the Pyrenees. Andorra is bordered to the north and east by France, south and west by Spain. It is one of the smallest countries in the world.
Andorra has an area of 468 km². The Andorran territory consists of the Valira river basin, a tributary of the Segre, surrounded by the Pyrenees, with peaks reaching 3,000 meters; the highest point of Andorra is the Coma Pedrosa (2 946 m).
The Andorran government does not impose any visa requirements and therefore only a passport or national identity card of the European Union is required. However, as the country is only accessible via countries in the Schengen area: Spain or France, entry is not possible without going through the Schengen area and Schengen visa rules can therefore be considered applying de facto. As Andorra is not part of the Schengen area, a multiple entry visa is required to re-enter the Schengen area when leaving the country.
The Principality of Andorra is one of the few countries where unemployment does not exist.
Many jobs are offered in the field of tourism, hotels, and ski resorts. Road hauliers also recruit regularly as goods and people can only move by land.
The Immigration Service is responsible for granting residence permits and work according to the demand of the companies. It is therefore essential to present a contract of employment before any form of immigration. There is no unemployment benefit. Social coverage is good for the sickness branch (reimbursement of care of 75% to 95% depending on the acts), but the pensions are of a level so low that they do not allow to live in the Principality because of the high cost of housing and current consumer goods (retirement at age 65).