Andorra is more known for its skiing and its shopping than its architecture. However, the country is home to a number of stunning buildings, particularly its stone Romanesque churches. From those churches to historic noble homes and modern-futuristic spas, here’s Culture Trip’s most beautiful buildings in Andorra.
Located in the capital of Andorra La Vella is Casa de la Vall, a noble house built in 1508, and was also the seat of the oldest and most continuous parliament in Europe. Originally it was built by Antoni Busquets, a local priest, who lived here with his family. From 1701 to 2011, it was the home of the Andorran parliament, so it is filled with assembly rooms, meeting rooms, a grand entrance hall and even a criminal court. Outside the house is a sculpture of a dancing couple by the sculptor Josep Viladomat.