IntroductionAndorra la Vella, the capital of Andorra, is filled with tourists from France and Spain who go to shop for goods from Asia and the rest of Europe. The huge mountains in the background can make even the most boutique-packed street seem picturesque. The city, which is about 1 mi/2 km west of Escaldes-Engordany, also has some architectural attractions along the narrow cobblestoned alleys of its old quarter, among them the church of Sant Esteve, the Chapel of St. Andreu and the unassuming Casa de la Valls, seat of the Andorran Parliament. At night, a few discos stay open until the wee hours, but it is generally pretty sleepy in the evenings, especially out of season.
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