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Formalities and Customs in Andorra

Formalities and Customs in Andorra

  • Entering the country:

Visitors are required to produce the following documentation:

Citizens of EU member countries:
•Adults: passport or national identity document
•Minors: - accompanied by parents: National identity document + family record book/passport - unaccompanied: National identity document + permission to travel, issued by police/passport

Citizens of other countries:
•The same documents required for entry to France or Spain: passport/passport + visa (1) (1) NB: those requiring a Schengen visa must ensure that it is multi-entry


  • Import regulations by Andorra customs

Agricultural products
Coffee: 1,000 g of coffee or 400 g of extracts
Tea: 200 g of tea or 80 g of extracts.
Alcohol (*): 1.5 l of liquors of over 22 degrees or 3 l of liquors or aperitifs of under 22 degrees or sparkling wine / 5 l of table wine.
Tobacco (*): 300 cigarettes or 150 cigars (of under 3 g each) or 75 cigars (of over 3 g each) or 400 g of pipe tobacco.
Up to a value of 175 euros
Persons aged under 15, up to a value of 90 euros :
but not more than:
2,5 kg of powdered milk
3 kg dof condensed milk
6 kg of fresh milk
1 kg of butter
4 kg of cheese
5 kg of sugar and sweets
5 kg of meat

Industrial products

75 g of perfume
375 ml of eau de cologne
Up to a value of 525 euros
Persons aged under 15, up to a value of 270 euros

  • Export regulations by Andorra customs

Prohibited/restricted items
Narcotics, firearms, ammunition, explosives (including fireworks), flick knives, pornography, horror comics, radio transmitters, certain foodstuffs, plants, flowers, animals and birds and items made from endangered species. No works of art can be exported without permission.

When you return to the European Union, you may take with you at no further cost
the quantities of goods bought in Andorra shown on the table you can see on this page.

You must declare to the Customs all goods in excess of the limits shown on this table. You cannot accumulate duty-free allowances by value either between travellers or between agricultural and industrial goods.

Alcohol, tobacco, coffee, tea, perfumes and eau-de-cologne are limited by quantity and not by value. On the other hand, you have other goods such as milk, butter, cheese, sugar and sweets where value is what counts.

There is no need to declare to the Community Customs any goods which are not in excess of these limits on condition that they are for your personal use. Quantities allowed may vary depending on the travellers age.

Last but not least, enquire at any Community Customs office about special limits which may from time to time apply, particularly with regard to animal or vegetable products, live animals, endangered species, medicines, weapons and ammunition, art and collectors pieces, currency or means of payment

  • Other Andorra customs information

Andorra has strict rules on public drunkenness and the possession and use of illegal drugs and applies zero tolerance.

Andorra is not a member of the European Union and purchases of duty free tobacco, liquor and luxury goods are subject to taxes and duties on re-entering European Union countries. France and Spain apply strict rules on the amount of tobacco exported from Andorra for personal use (300 cigarettes/400gms pipe tobacco/75 cigars). Amounts in excess of this can be impounded as can the vehicle in which they are transporte

Other risks: Visitors should check their tetanus immunisation is up to date.
Rabies is present. For those at high risk, vaccination before arrival should be considered. If you are bitten, seek medical help without delay. For more information, consult the Health appendix.

Health care: For UK citizens, most health costs are covered by reciprocal health agreements but additional insurance is advised. Visitors should note that as entry to Andorra is usually through France or Spain, the health regulations of these countries should be complied with.

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