The steps taken by the department of Prodestur, the tourism agency of the Diputación, which is responsible for filming in the province have managed to make the Segovia protagonist of the gastronomic program "Routes of Veronica", of the TVN 2. The special, presented by the journalist Verónica Zumalacárregui, will be broadcast this November 24 18: 30 hours and a route is made through Campo de Cuéllar, The Royal Site of San Ildefonso, Sotosalbos, Nieva, Fresno de la Fuente, Collado Hermoso and the capital.
The film office or Film Commission of Prodestur works closely with producers to help them with all filming procedures: locations, permits or figuration.
The program makes a cultural, touristic and gastronomic review of the territory of Segovia. It begins by making a reference to the province, located in the heart of the Sierra del Guadarrama, "famous for the quality of its waters" that leads the journalist to participate in a tasting of the liquid element in Fresno de la Fuente.
After that, the presenter visits the Segovian orchard, in Campo de Cuéllar, from which a bouquet of beets will be taken to elaborate an avant-garde recipe with the famous cook Rubén Arnanz, who, despite his youth, has already obtained different recognitions for the quality of their creations.
Then, show how a handmade tablecloth is woven in the Monastery of Santa María de la Sierra in Collado Hermoso, one of the elements that should never be missing in a well presented table.
The "gastronomical" will also taste a lamb made in wood oven in Sotosalbos, after having known closely the lambs of Castilian race and the past wines in Nieva, which resisted the attack of the phylloxera.
Continuing with her trip, Veronica will arrive at the Real Site of San Ildefonso, where she will see the way to work with glass in the Royal Factory of Crystals of La Granja and where she will learn to plant, cook and taste the exquisite judión that receives the name of the locality where it is grown.
Verónica Zumalacárregi is known for conducting the program "I am going to eat the world" of the thematic Canal Cocina. In this space he discovered culinary and tourist aspects of different countries of the world.
The department of Prodestur, tourist agency of the Provincial Council, designed to provide national and international audiovisual producers with all the information they need to shoot in a specific place, and recently collaborated with the Siglo Foundation and the Spanish Tourism Office in Singapore, in the development of a filming of Radio Television Malaysia RTM that included the city of Segovia and the Royal Site of San Ildefonso. During two days, the television crew filmed in different places of the capital and province.