Souvenirs You Should Bring Home From a Vacation in Vigan City
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Souvenirs You Should Bring Home From a Vacation in Vigan City

The most common souvenirs we usually bring home from a trip are the scores of pictures we had in every nook and corner of the places we visited. The pictures are memories sealed with our happy and excited faces as we go from one place to the other – taking in everything the places have to offer. But, if you visit Vigan, it’s not enough to bring home pictures with you riding a calesa (horse carriage) or a smiling shot of you at an old house at the cobblestoned Heritage Village.

The most common souvenirs we usually bring home from a trip are the scores of pictures we had in every nook and corner of the places we visited. The pictures are memories sealed with our happy and excited faces as we go from one place to the other – taking in everything the places have to offer.

But, if you visit Vigan, it’s not enough to bring home pictures with you riding a calesa (horse carriage) or a smiling shot of you at an old house at the cobblestoned Heritage Village.

Vigan City is a place that offers your more than unique food, historical and beautiful places. Vigan City has these souvenirs to offer you:

  1. T-shirts. T-shirts in Vigan City are available at the Heritage Village souvenir stores. These souvenir stores line the whole Crisologo Street. T-shirts come in different sizes, colors and designs. Designs can be humorous with a strong semblance of the Iloco culture. Other designs are also historical in nature featuring Vigan’s old houses and historical sites. T-shirt designs are made by local artists whose passion for arts is merged with Vigan City’s rich and diversified culture.
  2. Clay Jars. Clay jars are made by skillful artists in Vigan City’s Pagburnayan. At Pagburnayan, you can choose from different sizes and designs of unique jars made of Vigan clay and cured in the century-old tradition of making durable jars. You can even order from an artist a custom-made jar of your choice and watch as his skillful hands make the jars for you.
  3. Abel-woven products. Abel is a local fabric and has been a tradition passed on from generation to generation. The Abel products today are woven by the most skillful women weavers who started weaving when they were still kids. Abel products include table runners, table covers, blankets, clothing and many others which come in different shades and styles.
  4. Antiques. Antiques in Vigan are varied. Sometimes, you’ll find antique chairs and rockers and the next time, you’ll find grandfathers’ clocks and mirrors. Just as long as you are patient enough to scour the souvenirs (because some sell antiques, too) and antique shops at Heritage Village, you will surely find something you can bring home with you.

So, aside from the stories and pictures to tell your friends about your Vigan City visit, you can bring home a tiny part of Vigan with you through these souvenirs and add more color to your stories.

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