They should pay attention.
What things are best to bring home from travels to long to remember the culture of the country? That most tourists buy in the UK, France, Sweden, Denmark, Japan, Spain, Australia and other parts of the world?
We talk about the Souvenirs are worth paying attention to each traveler.
Bring home a souvenir from France perfumes and perfumed soap. After all, France is not only Eiffel tower, but the homeland of brands such as Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel and Christian Dior, and the French themselves know about the flavors of almost everything.
Salted caramel — another interesting variant of gift. They were invented here. Unusual caramel made from cream and salted butter that any fan of the unusual sweets will not leave indifferent.
Calvados, a strong Apple brandy, traditionally made in France.
Pasta and wine from Italy brings every second tourist. Such a variety of pasta in many different shapes, colors and sizes can not be found, perhaps, in any other country in the world.
Another interesting and at the same time a fun souvenir – a frivolous kitchen aprons. Images of naked statues, copied from the works of famous Italian sculptors, will definitely make you smile.
The main souvenir from England’s own tea. There is nowhere without it. I advise you to pay attention on Yorkshire tea, which is very popular among the British. And this cute set will complement your evening with memories of a good trip.
Accessories for bath — another integral part of this culture. Pay attention to it.
Scarves – another interesting memento, and is simply an integral part of the wardrobe in a country with a changeable climate.
Dalecarlia horse — national symbol of Sweden. If you need a gift with a true Swedish flavor, it will definitely need.
Sweets. The most popular brand of chocolate in Sweden is Marabou. It is a favorite delicacy of the king and is made for nearly 100 years.
Ham or dry-cured ham is the most popular delicacy in Spain. The meat is soaked in salt for 21 days, then hung in a cool dry place, and only after 18 months you can eat it.
Pan for paella. This pan has a special ratio that allows to provide proper evaporation of the broth and cooking rice, and believe me, it’s worth it.
Painted wooden skull. Such Souvenirs here are very popular and, importantly, inexpensive.
Coconut oil is one of the most popular purchases. This is really a very important thing definitely is to take home as a souvenir.
Crystal deodorant is another true Thai treasure. Good that it has a completely natural composition and prevents sweating.
Artist Kai Bojesen creates the famous toys made of wood, which made him a classic Danish design. The most famous of his work is considered to be little wooden monkey. The toys were originally designed for children but quickly became popular among adults.
Furin. Musical instrument charm, decoration for the interior — this is all about one thing, namely, Japanese traditional bell called “furin”. Actually, the name is two characters: “wind” and “bell”. Furini made from metal, clay, wood, coal, porcelain, glass, and they are literally in every home in Japan.
Maneki-neko — the same figure of a cat with a raised paw. For Japan this is a special thing, as it is an amulet to attract good luck and prosperity.
Australia — the birthplace of the opals. These precious stones are sold here in very different form, and to find a gift for the soul is not difficult.
Boomerang — ethnic character of this country. The aborigines used it for hunting for a very very long time. Now hardly a boomerang someone is using for its intended purpose, but in the interior of a souvenir from Australia will fit well.