The Italian chocolate factory and museum are also quite large. The museum facilities are also very good. They are the best handmade chocolate processing places in Italy. There are many world-renowned chocolate masters and the taste is very pure.
The Chocolate Factory and Museum are located on the outskirts of Perugia. The Chocolate Factory Museum opens the veil of the chocolate making process and history. The factory also launched a two-day and one-night chocolate tour to take you to learn how to make chocolate and experience this sweet tour of chocolate theme.
This is a chocolate processing area that is made now. The chocolates here are also very delicious. The taste and quantity of chocolate are also very rich. The chocolate factory can also buy some delicious things.
Very surprised, it turns out that chocolate can be made on such a large scale, which makes domestic small workshops ashamed. We bought tickets for 33 Euros. In addition to exhibitions and endless tastings (not enough to eat at all, and no water is provided, it’s too tired), it also includes a chocolate-making course, the master demonstrates on-site, and you follow along. All the chocolates and the aprons worn when making chocolates can be taken away (including packaging). Ctrip's map seems to be wrong. It is clearly a Nestlé factory on the outskirts of Perugia, but it is marked in Pisa.
Italy's national treasure chocolate "Baci" was born here-Perugina Chocolate Factory. Perugia is also a sweet city. Chocolate Festival is held in Perugia every year. Of course, Perugina is the main force. This factory can be visited, and there is a super big Baci in the museum, which makes people salivate.