Andorra is a small landlocked country in Europe, situated in the eastern Pyrenees mountains and shares borders with Spain and France. Today it is a prosperous country mainly because of tourism and its status as a tax haven. There are several major ski resorts among which Soldeu/El Tarter and Pal/Arinsal. These are very popular with tourists and visitors from Spain, France and the UK, as they have relatively gentle slopes that are ideal for less experienced snowboarders and skiers. Andorran ski schools are the largest in Europe, and English-speaking instructors are readily available. As it is not a member of the European Union, Andorra is able to sell a wide range of duty free products, such as alcohol, perfume and cigarettes. These are much cheaper than in neighboring countries, and are a lucrative source of revenue for the country. There are a number of hiking trails which can be explored during the summer months, when there is no snow. Although Andorra is not famous for its wining and dining, there are a lot of good quality establishments to eat out, especially in the capital of the country, Andorra La Vella. As it is one of the renowned places of interest there are lots of hotels to stay in and this site can provide you with information about best prices for hotels and to compare their prices.