FROM BARCELONA: Take the Eix del Llobregat dual carriageway (C-1411) and go through the Tunel del Cadí. Driving past Terrassa, Manresa and Berga, you will arrive in Puigcerdà in just over an hour and a half.
– Another road from Barcelona is the N-152 main road (Barcelona-Puigcerdà), which passes through Vic, Ripoll, Ribes de Freser and Collada de Toses and takes you to Puigcerdà. This route takes longer, but the views from the mountain road are well worth the trip.
FROM GIRONA: Take the C-150 road, passing through Olot, and then join the main road to Ripoll, Ribes de Freser and Collada de Toses.
FROM LLEIDA: Take the C-1313 road from Lleida to Adrall, passing through Artesa and Ponts. Then take the N-260 main road from Adrall to Puigcerdà driving through La Seu d’Urgell and Martinet. If yout take this option, you will meet the road that comes from Andorra to La Seu d’Urgell.
FROM TOULOUSE: Take the N-20 road passing through Toulouse, Foix, Tarascon and Ax-les-Thèrmes. This route is shortened by the Puymorens tunnel, which avoids having to go over the mountain pass.
FROM CARCASSONNE: Take the N-118 and drive through Quillan, Axat, and Mont-Louis.
FROM PERPIGNAN: Take the N-116, which passes through Prades de Conflent and Mont-Louis.
FROM ANDORRA: Follow the road from Coll de Envalira to Coll de Puymorens and continue until you reach Bourg-Madame and finally Puigcerdà.