The tour starts at the entrance of the museum, at the chocolate fountain. Every guest will take a delicious sweet, hold it under the flowing chocolate, and eat it. You will then be led past a display of shop windows from the turn of the previous century, while your guide tells you interesting stories about chocolate. Taste special chocolate from Gerbeaud, the most famous coffee shop in Budapest. You will be taken to see the museum's collection of Rakoczi paintings, where you will taste Hungarian chocolate. Then visit the cellars, to try palinka, a Hungarian liqueur (children under 18 will be given chocolate tastings). Then you will have the chance to make your own chocolate, flavored with chili, cinnamon, coconut, and other fillings of your choice. As you wait for your creation to set, you will watch a short film about making chocolate, while drinking a cup of hot chocolate. Next you will visit an authentic copy of the Stühmer chocolate shop, where you can buy the best chocolates in Europe. After seeing the model shop, you will be led to a room with candlelit tables, where you will taste a variety of special teas. You will be served the specialty of the museum, a delicious warm cookie. Adult guests can also taste a dessert wine, and children will be given more chocolate. At the end of the tour you will receive a chocolate gift pack.
The Chocolate Museum, Bekecs Street 22, 1162 Budapest. From the city center take Metro line 2 to Örs Vezér tere. Here, please change to the suburban railway H9 in the direction of Csömör and get off at Árpádföld station. The museum from here is only a few minutes walk.open in google maps ->
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