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Excellent. So much fun. Went Sept 1. Our tour guide was excellent.
Excellent, smart, informed tour guide, all was delicious. - would definitely reommend
Not only did we learn about chocolate but the guide was very knowledgable about the city of Brussels. This tour was as much a walking tour of the old section of Brussels as it was learning about chocolate.
A lovely mix of history and chocolate, Amazing guide who could answer questions, who listened to his group and gave us an appreciation of the uniqueness of Brussels and of the history and production of chocolate.
We had a fantastic time on the chocolate tour! It was by far our favorite experience in Brussels. We learned about many good chocolate shops that we were able to revisit when purchasing souvenirs. Everything we tried was fantastic and after that we were able to avoid some of the tourist traps of chocolate shops. The walking tour was also informative, the guide pointed out a lot of sights and historical information. The "workshop" portion was fine, nothing special, but it was timed nicely to provide a rest in the middle of the tour and we enjoyed eating the results of our work. I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone visiting Brussels, it was the highlight of our trip!
I really enjoyed this tour and I think it's a Must-Do if you visit Bruxelles.
Great guide. Excellent stops. Yummy chocolate! Highly recommended.
Guide really knows her stuff and you get to experience different types of chocolate in many locations. Not just ok chocolates, GREAT chocolates. Every stop improves the quality of the chocolates and you can really taste it. My one suggestion? During the chocolate-making portion, it would be great if there was just a small bowl of fruit or maybe some croissants. Four hours of chocolate tasting (tour starts at 9 am) gets rough on the palate. So bring a non-chocolate snack to smooth everything out.
This tour was a perfect mix of Brussels history and chocolate. Walking between bites of rich chocolate was essential and we got awesome info about the city. Our guide was very knowledgable and answered all our questions and te chocolate was spectacular!
This tour was so great! I went to the city by myself, so booking tours like this one was great sos I had a activity with others. We did a couple hours tour around the city centre of Brussels. Our guide, Nadia, was very enthusiatic and knowledgable. She not only taught us about chocolate, but also some history of the city itself. Then we went to their company office to have the chocolate making class. We spent about an hour there making our own little chocolate creations that we could take home with us. Then one more shop to end the tour. It was so much fun! I learned a lot and tasted Brussels' best chocolate at Pierre Marcolini... MMMMMM... it's worth it!
Had a great time. My husband and I and our 12 year old granddaughter loved the tour. Our guide funny and knowledgable. Needless to say chocolates were fabulous as was making our own pralines. Highly recommend tour.
It is probably hard to ruin a chocolate tour so it shouldn't surprise this was a terrific time. We enjoyed our guide and our group experience very much. The workshop portion was enjoyable and in a very nice facility. Our guide was happily snobby about quality chocolate and had a sense of humor as well. He gave us much information about Brussels and could recommend other activities for our visit. We ran in to him a couple of times during our Brussels stay and had wonderful conversations even outside the tour experience. AND the chocolate was FABULOUS!!! I would absolutely do the tour again.
Even in the pouring rain, we had a great time. Nadia was a fantastic tour guide, lots of chocolate tasting and making our own chocolate was the icing on the cake. Everyone should do this tour!!!
Fun and the guide was amazing explaining and giving details of the city and the chocolates.