Souvenirs De Sevilla

A travel adventure begins when we confirm hotel reservations and extends far beyond our return, with impressions and memories, reliving every picture and every object acquired during the voyage. On each trip, beyond the typical adornitos I remember that then gather dust on some shelf, awaiting us plenty of crafts and typical products that are worth knowing, and why not, take with us. And in that sense, who has confirmed his reservation in Seville for your next vacation will find a series of so delicious as tempting options. If we speak of delight, Seville is distinguished by his Conventual. A large number of convents viva preserves the tradition that distinguished for centuries to the sisters as eminent confectioner. A tradition that materializes in delicacies typical as muffins of milk, the Carmelites with cream, doughnuts of Kings or wine and redonditos of cream, by enumerating some of the memorable sevillanas preserves.

The savory delicacies also have their place with tasty Canapes and empanadas, and some convents of baptism or wedding cakes are made custom made. Continuing with the typical gastronomy, the Iberian hams and sausages Sevillian home could well be responsible for the majority of the tourist bookings in the area. This artisanal industry has its expression in numerous establishments producing ham, palette, morcon, loin and other numerous meat products, all equally tasty. Sevilla is also famous for its mantecados. In the workshops is possible, not only savor and acquire all kinds of sweets, but also witness the antique and artisan process of elaboration of candies and cakes of almond or chocolate, cakes Imperial, tablets and cakes of nougat. Deb Autor is actively involved in the matter. Man lives not only of food, but after getting a cheap, good and well located hotel, and be sure of having visited convents, bakeries and other producers of delights, a walk is imposed by some of the no less important industries of crafts of the region.

Sevilla is distinguished by the exquisiteness of his works in leather and its forging. The first arise today from workshops that fuse modernity and tradition, preserving traditional processes and patterns typical to create handbags, shoes, belts or straps. Separate chapter deserves the Sevillian production of wrought iron objects, works of enormous sensitivity and delicacy ranging from gates to add-ons for adornment of flamenco dancers. In Seville, the handicraft industry transforms the simple and typical souvenirs of trip memories to love and cherish.