Andorra La Vella:The capital and Andorra's biggest town is dwarfed by snow-capped mountains up to 8,200ft (2,500 metres) high. The Barri Antic (Old Town) is the original heart of the town when it was little more than a village. Placa del Poble is a large public square that's home to the town's theatre and a great place for people watching. Castle of Sant Vicenc d'Enclar:Perched on a hilltop at 3,700ft (1,125 metres), this medieval complex was the home of the Counts of Urgell. Built between the ninth and the 12th centuries, it overlooks the village of Santa Coloma. You can visit the church, the necropolis and various ruins as well as the remains of the battlements and the stone guard walk. Caldea:One of Europe's largest health spas and fed by natural thermal springs, this futuristic architectural wonder is situated in the heart of the Andorran mountains. There are more than 6,000sq metres of indoor and outdoor lagoons, saunas, jacuzzis, pools, Indo-Roman baths, cascades, bubble beds and much more. Santa Coloma Church:One of Andorra's oldest churches, it was originally built in pre-Romanesque style. The church has many interesting features, including its 12th-century wooden icon of Our Lady of Mercy.
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