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Craft a day of fun in Paraguay during this 5-hour investigation of the country’s rich embroidery and ceramic-making traditions. Head to the city of Ita to explore the world of award-winning potter Rosa Brítez, and learn about the fascinating art of Ñandutí, a traditional style of embroidery used on quilts, tablecloths and clothing, in Itaugua. End your trip in Areguá, where you’ll explore the numerous ceramics stores and workshops. Your craft-themed trip also covers a guide, entrance fees and round-trip hotel transport.
Explore the arts and crafts scene of Paraguay during a trip to the towns near Asunción
Discover the work of internationally-renowned potter Rosa Brítez in the city of Ita
Learn about Ñandutí, a Paraguayan style of embroidery used on quilts, tablecloths and clothing, in Itaugua
Excellent guide, personalized attention and insights into the country, its people and their livelihood.
Not many tourist to Asuncion so my tour was the guide and just me in a private car - perfect to take photos enroute and to make the arts and crafts stops that I choose to make.
One special visit was to the studio of an elderly woman who I call a National Treasure due to her internationally-recognized pottery making talents I ended up purchasing an armadillo more than a foot long and 7 inches high with exquisite detail - a piece that took a week to complete - for 20.