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ToujoursLaRoute wrote a review May 2018
Iasi, Romania770 contributions226 helpful votes
Give a little bit of time to read about the history of the convent, built in the 19th but founded on 17th century. Mix of neo classical style and traditional local baroque. Must see.
Date of experience: May 2018
ourluxorflat wrote a review Nov 2016
Luxor, Egypt2,321 contributions82 helpful votes
We had been looking forward to buying sweets at one of the convents in Granada, we intended to take some back as Christmas presents. We found the place quite easily as it is well sign posted. Sweets were 10 euro a kilo which we thought was expensive, then we found out that they are not in fact sweets but biscuits and not suitable for keeping for the 5 weeks to Christmas, very disappointed and confused as to why there are lots of adverts and info about Convent sweets, when they are not sweets.…
Date of experience: November 2016
saf51 wrote a review May 2016
Chester, United Kingdom330 contributions119 helpful votes
We found this convent while strolling around the area and followed the signs to see what kind of sweet shop it would be. It was like walking into a very small Sound of Music set or mini theme park and the cakes are delicious.
Date of experience: April 2016
Ljek2020 wrote a review Sep 2015
New Plymouth, New Zealand9 contributions
found it easily enough but had to ring the bell twice only got 1/2 a kg of cookies, more than plenty. Nun very cheery and gave us a wonderful wave and smile no English but there are translations written in English taped to the door by the lazy Susan
Date of experience: September 2015
Carmen F wrote a review Aug 2015
Carson, California, United States38 contributions57 helpful votes
took a while to find it...found the sign on the corner of the building...just follow the instructions...the Nun did not speak a word of English...with my broken Spanish I was able to communicate...very nice lady with a sense of humor...pretty good cookies too...
Date of experience: July 2015
2 Helpful votes