This space is exclusively for the media. Here you will find practical information.

Press accreditation

Press accreditation for the Alpine Ski World Cup Finals must be requested through the following link


MEDIA credentials can be collected from Press Hospitality located in the El Tarter media centre from 12 March to 17 March, during the following hours:

  • Sunday 12 March: from 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Monday 13 March: during the opening hours for the room.

On the 18th and 19th, they can be picked up at the Soldeu media centre, located in the Sport Hotel Village, during the opening hours for the room.

Click on this link for a map of the different areas of Soldeu and El Tarter where you will have access. 

During the Soldeu World Cup, we have two press rooms.


  • Location: Hotel Nòrdic car park
  • Capacity: 208 sitting journalists
  • Opening days: Sunday 12 to Friday 17 March
  • Opening hours: From 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.  

SOLDEU MEDIA CENTRE (18 and 19 March)

  • Location: Carretera general II- Tram Soldeu 50, AD100 Soldeu
  • Capacity: 128 sitting journalists 
  • Opening days and hours: Saturday 18, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Sunday 19, from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

To get access to the event, you will need your press accreditation, which you will need to apply for in advance. Your accreditation includes:

  • Ski pass for the Soldeu El Tarter Canillo de Grandvalira sectors.
  • Catering service for breakfast, lunch and snacks.
  • Access to the areas allowed by your accreditation, the trade village, the bib draw and the volunteer party.

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There is a free bus service during race days, with stops in both directions between El Tarter and Soldeu, allowing access to the different World Cup locations.  You only need to show your accreditation in order to be able to freely access this service. See here for all the timetables.

The bus service stops at:

  1. Ransol roundabout (L3 bus stop)
  2. Hotel Nòrdic (entrance)
  3. Press room
  4. Canaro/Euroski (L3 bus stop)
  5. Hotel Galanthus (L3 bus stop)
  6. Soldeu bus stop (L3 bus stop)



The regulations on roaming (data use) for the European Union do not apply in Andorra. This means that the cost of data and calls is high. We recommend using a local SIM card or the premium Wi-Fi connection that will be available throughout the press area.


You can use your electrical devices in Andorra, as long as the voltage in your country is between 220 V – 240 V (the same as in Spain, the United Kingdom, Australia and most countries in Asia and Africa). Manufacturers usually take these slight differences into account. If the voltage is between 110 V and 127 V in your country (such as in the USA, Canada and most countries in South America), then you will need a converter, or voltage transformer in Andorra. 

Go to Andorra's practical information web portal for more details.


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Catalan is the official language, although the diversity of nationalities of the entire resident population means that other languages such as Spanish, French and Portuguese are very present.

Contact the team


Irene Casasayas

Communication and press services, content, interviews, etc.


Gemma Bosch / Marta Cerqueda

Press rooms, accreditation, transport, media needs, etc.


Anna Farrera

The Organizing Committee offers a 10% discount on your reservations through our website by applying the discount code 2223WCF23 (deadline for booking with discount: 23 February).

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