The largest ski resort in southern Europe is reaffirmed for another season as an entity that enhances the cultural heritage of Andorra, with of an agreement with the Escaldes-Engordany cultural space.
Thanks to the agreement, valid until the end of this winter season, customers who buy a lodging package with a Grandvalira ski pass or Ordino Arcalís, will receive a free entrance to the museum.
Grandvalira’s main objectives are to be an entity that promotes the cultural heritage of Andorra. For this reason, the largest resort in Southern Europe has signed a collaboration agreement with the Museu Carmen Thyssen of Andorra, valid until the rest of the 2019-2020 ski season. Through this agreement, Grandvalira is committed to complete the skiers’ experience with a cultural visit to the internationally renowned gallery located in the heart of Escaldes-Engordany, in a landmark building such as the old Hostal Valira.
All customers who purchase a Grandvalira or Ordino Arcalís day or multi-day ski pass accommodation package, will be given a free entrance to the museum. These packages can be purchased exclusively on the Grandvalira website (www.grandvalira.com).
Grandvalira’s marketing director, David Ledesma, emphasized that, “one of the goals that we have set ourselves at Grandvalira is to promote the cultural heritage of our country and we are proud to be able to do so. Hand by hand with a reference space such as the Museu Carmen Thyssen Andorra, we contribute to the international projection of our country ”.
The director of the Museu Carmen Thyssen Andorra, Guillermo Cervera, has welcomed the initiative for the country: “This is an innovative project that combines art with snow, two of the distinguishing features of the Andorran culture. “