Discover Belgium’s Heavenly Chocolates on a Chocolate Walking Tour:
You don’t have to be a chocoholic to know that Belgian chocolates taste really good and in this country, you can’t escape chocolates! There are more than 2,000 chocolate shops throughout Belgium and this small country produces 172,000 tons of chocolate each year.
If you’re interested in chocolate walking tours, this is the place to do it, but are you fit enough to enjoy four hours of chocolate indulgence?
When in Brussels, you can do a private walking tour of the city where your guide will show you the sights in town and explain to you why Belgium is famous for mouth watering chocolates. You’ll visit some of the most luxurious chocolate shops the city has to offer and sample some of the best pralines and truffles in the world. The highlight of the tour is watching a demonstration by a master chocolatier and then you can try your hand at making your own real Belgian pralines to take home with you.
Famous Chocolate names
The famous names you’ll see around the country are Leonidas, Neuhaus, Marcolini, Godiva and Galler. In Brussels, look out for are La Maison du Chocolat Artisanal, Wittamer, Mary Chocolatier, Chocolat Manon, Debailleul and Planete Chocolat. The Belgians are famous for their Pralines and many chocolatiers still make their pralines by hand. Every town and even small villages have chocolate stores with luxurious pralines.