The Escaldes Engordany Tourist Office provides fully updated information on all activities and events in the parish.
The Escaldes Engordany Tourist Office is in the central Plaça Santa Anna and provides information to tourists, whatever their queries and preferences during their stay in the parish. With so much on offer at Escaldes-Engordany, you can enjoy outdoor activities, hiking routes, cultural visits and, above all, the hot spring waters at the Caldea and Inúu spa centres.
As well as information, the Escaldes-Engordany Tourist Office also has maps, leaflets, gifts and guides to all the activities on offer in the country, as well as any temporary offerings, and the cultural and sporting events that are scheduled to take place in the Principality.
More trivia about Escaldes-Engordany
The Escaldes-Engordany parish was founded on 14 June 1978 and has the second largest population after Andorra la Vella. In the Middle Ages, the parish was populated with small villages, such as Engordany, Els Vilars, El Fener and Engolasters, which still maintain the characteristics of their agricultural and farming tradition, although they are now mainly residential. Escaldes has always been more tourism-oriented, thanks to its thermal springs and shopping.
The Madriu Valley in Escaldes-Engordany is particularly notable for its natural animal and plant life and cultural heritage, where you can experience medieval mountain life with thebordes, cabins, dry-stone constructions and much more. The Madriu Valley is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is also notable for the large numbers of tourists and the exclusive, luxury boutiques all along its main avenue Carlemany, or Vivand, one of Andorra's leading shopping districts and a pedestrian area since 2013, with around 200 shops, restaurants and hotels. This unique outdoor area has a massive range of shops, including leading international brands. In this Escaldes-Engordany shopping district you'll find Illa Carlemany, which received the award for the best small shopping centre in Europe in 2012, with over 70 shops and restaurants. There is plenty of parking available in the area.
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