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  • Location:London, United Kingdom
  • Duration:2 hours 30 minutes (approx.)

London's Chocolate Walking Tour

This chocolate tour in London is a chocoholic’s heaven! Explore the glamorous area of Mayfair with your expert guide and learn about the history of chocolate while sampling six chocolate delights. This 2.5-hour guided walking tour will take you to some of the finest chocolatiers in London including Paul A Young, Hotel Chocolat and Ladurée. You'll also visit some famous department stores, like Liberty of London and Fortnum & Mason. This is a great way to get to know London while enjoying some delicious treats!


  • 2.5-hour chocolate walking tour in London
  • Stroll through London's sophisticated Mayfair area with your expert guide
  • Sample six delectable chocolates and learn interesting facts about the history of London’s chocolatiers
  • Visit Ladurée, award-winning Paul A Young, Hotel Chocolat, wacky Choccywoccydoodah and famous Fortnum & Mason

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What You Can Expect

London's Chocolate Walking Tour

London Chocolate Walking Tour

Your 2.5-hour guided walking tour takes place in London’s glamorous Mayfair area. At a relaxed pace, your expert guide will lead you down Bond Street to several boutique chocolate shops, where you’ll tantalize your taste buds by sampling six delectable chocolate treats. You’ll also learn some fascinating facts about the history of chocolate in London.

Visit the famous Fortnum & Mason department store, Liberty of London and Choccywoccydoodah, whose chocolaty creations are almost too beautiful to eat. Stop by the iconic French store Ladurée, serving some of the best hot chocolate in London, and Prestat, which makes chocolate so good even the queen enjoys them!

These chocolate boutiques offer delicious truffles, chocolate-covered coffee beans, brownies and luxurious dark chocolates -- if you do decide to take home some treats, it'll be a tough choice!

Customer Reviews

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2015

Great time exploring the various chocolate shops in London. Our guides did a great job showcasing the various stores and we learned a lot about the London neighborhoods as we walked around. Would highly recommend this tour!

Julie M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

The first day was disapointing, as the location had changed and no notfication. but the company who organised this tour from london was brilliant they organised the next day even though I was the only one doing it.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2015

Our guide was excellent. Very knowledgeable and fun. Really enjoyed the tour and would highly recommend.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2015

This tour was amazing!

5 star rating: Highly Recommended March 2015

This tour was made very interesting by Sarah with plenty of samples of chocolate.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2015

This was the first of this type of tour that I and my 14yr sons have had and we really enjoyed the whole tour. Our guide was very friendly and professional and she looked after us totally. We will try another similar tour.
Good way to see bits of London that one would not normally see and you pick so much useful information fro the guide.
Steve. M

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2014

My sister and I were treated to the tour by an overseas friend and we had a great time. Our guide, Lisa was brilliant and was funny, polite and knowledgeable about the history of chocolate in London, its production and other aspects of London's history.

Lisa, made the tour so enjoyable and I would definitely recommend the tour to others.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2014

Our guide was Lisa and she did a wonderful job of leading the tour. As the tour progressed I saw her spending time with each person in the group to learn more about them and share her extensive knowledge about chocolate. She had a great relationship with all the different staff members at the various stops-they all seemed happy to see her. At each stop she got right in and helped out with distributing the samples and making sure that everyone had somethig they enjoyed. Thought it was a great afternoon with a great guide and enjoyed the chocolate as well as all the areas of the city that we saw on our travels.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2014

We start out at the Algerian Coffee House on Old Compton Road where we try their dark-, milk-, and white-chocolate coated coffee beans which they have been making and serving for over 50 years. Reportedly, they have the cheapest coffee in all of London. It is a no-frills whole-in-the-wall, but in-depth coffee knowledge of the whole world. It made me think that these people were true explorers. Then we cross the street to visit the Hotel Chocolat candy shop. The Hotel Choclat is the only chocolate shop in London who grows their own cocoa, in the rainforests of St. Lucia. Here we try their summer truffle – dark chocolate mojito.
Next it is the Paul A Young chocolate shop, who has won the championship for the best chocolate confection for the last 2 years and is expected to win again this year. Here we all try his award winning caramel truffle, where the caramel is a warm, buttery liquid center. Then we get to choose a second truffle of our liking. Then it is on to the East India Tea Company where we sample various hot and cold teas and any number of cookies, crackers, and jams. Afterwards, we take a detour through Soho to CovCovent Garden stopping at Freggo, an Argentinian gelato shop. Here we snake around the shop and call out the flavors we want to try. I try their signature Dolce de Leche, followed by Banana Split, and Raspberry. Then we visit the inventors of the truffle, Prestat. What an adorable little chocolate shop that has been in business for a century! It is said to be the inspiration for “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and I can see why. Here we taste the classic truffle with cocoa powder coating. We end our tour at the Fortnum and Mason department store and a visit to their candy “counter”. Here we are treated to two more truffles including a strawberry and black pepper (I can’t even describe how well this works!!) and a passion fruit in dark chocolate.

Two hours, two miles, and six truffles later, our tour has come to an end.

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2014

Lisa was wonderful. I enjoyed every bit of it.

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