We went to this shop first, and I wish I had realized how unique their talavera is in comparison to other shops in the area. Talavera de la Luz has intricate designs, some traditional and other contemporary. Their showrooms have quite a variety! They give you a very nice tour of the facility and how the talavera is made, with artisans at work in various stages of preparation. This shop is famous for their talavera maps which are massive, viewed through a courtyard garden with water fountains or up close on tiled walkways. Make sure to take the time to read the placards which explain the history of the maps! Don't hestitate to visit this talavera shop - it's worth the trip! There are also some interesting shops on the same road, some with terra cotta pots for everyday cooking. Closeby is the Casa de Ovando, a colonial home built in the XVII century which is open for tours. Check the hours before you head over!
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