Nature, tourism and culture. These among many other aspects can be highlighted in the parish of Escaldes-Engordany, the second most populated in Andorra. Located in the centre of the country, at the confluence of the two Valira Rivers, has always been closely linked to the use of the hot water due to the presence of natural hot springs which gave the town its name. The valley of Madriu-Perafita-Claror, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is another great natural value of the parish, accommodated between its wonderful natural surroundings. Churches, museums, art and festivals make that the population of Andorra has a great cultural wealth that helps to maintain the commercial tourism which has been characterizing it for years.