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Entirely untouched by foreign tourism
be careful about the public officers ( especially on buses) they can be rude
In a nutshell
Nice scenary on the way!
GillianMcLaughlin Says: This museum takes you through a voyage of discovery, covering the family background of Mark Pick, the process of butchering and the actual stages of production of salami. We discover, amongst other things that, until around 10 years ago, Picks produced pork salami, and also...
GillianMcLaughlin Says: Pick’s salami are prize-winning. One of the most stylish exhibits (curiously hidden under a butcher’s block, is this great certificate awarded in the 1935 universal fair in 1935. I just love that art deco style! The website for the factory is a true tribute to the art of the...
GillianMcLaughlin Says: I have long appreciated the rich and spicy flavour of Hungarian paprika, and on this trip I had the chance to find out all about its production. Just a short walk upstairs from the Pick salami factory we are taken through the laborious process of producing some of the finest...
These hand made embroided slippers used to be made in over 40 workshops around the area. However, only two elderly men make them anymore. They come mainly in red, black and blue. The flowers on the slippers are usually white flowers such as poppies and forget me nots. The slippers are similar but each one is hand made and therefore one of a kind.
Updated Dec 25, 2006