This weekend, Spain also implemented the “curfew” that France had already imposed on some of its regions the week before. In Andorra, however, a state of alarm has not been declared and there is no curfew.
If you are planning on coming to Andorra and Caldea, these are the 5 most important points you need to take into consideration:
Wearing a mask is obligatory in enclosed spaces and also in open spaces or public streets (although you can respect the safe distance of one and a half metres). A mask is also required in Caldea, except when accessing the water area.
Due to the restrictions imposed by the curfew in Spain and France (which only allow movement within these countries in the event of a justifiable necessity), the borders will remain closed from 22:00 until 6:00 the following day. Therefore:
– If you have booked a night admission to Caldea with the intention of returning to your country of origin afterwards, you need to modify your reservation to bring your time of entry to the centre forward. Remember that this can be done up until 3 days before the date of the first scheduled service directly on www.caldea.com (once you have logged in with your username) or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (indicating “cancellation 72h” or “modification 72h” in the subject line). If you have purchased your admission from an external operator, you will need to contact them directly to organise the modification or cancellation of your reservation.
– If you wish to enjoy your night admission to Caldea, you must make arrangements to stay the night in the principality. You can find the best combined offers for Hotel + Caldea here.
The restaurants are open in Andorra and Caldea!
Until midday, they can only offer a takeaway service.
From midday to 16:00 and from 19:00 to midnight*, bars and restaurants can open as normal, while respecting the regulations in force:
– Each customer will be individually registered and must complete a form with their details.
– The maximum number of diners per table is 5.
– All tables must be separated by a distance of a metre and a half.
*In Caldea, kitchen hours are from 13:00 to 15:00 and 20:30 to 22:00. Dinners only on Fridays and Saturdays, as well as Sunday 1st November.
In Caldea, as with all other enclosed spaces, capacity restrictions remain in place to ensure that the minimum safe distance is maintained. This capacity limitation will be determined according to the area in square metres of each establishment and its specific characteristics; you will find that it is displayed at the entrance to each establishment.
Do you have any more concerns?
Check out the Frequently Asked Questions section on our website
Continue to enjoy your free time cautiously and responsibly – in Andorra, it’s no problem!