Want to experience a super unique tour? Have fun while you learning important historical facts and enjoying French sweets! This is not just a basic and common tour…your kids will have to hear thrilling anecdotes and solve funny riddles to discover the sites that you will reach during your tour!!
Now get your taste buds ready!! You will start your journey at the Saint Germain des Pres Church where you will have a first taste of a very special baked pastry: a delicious chouquette (a small-sized dough sprinkled with pearl sugar). In a 200-year-old chocolate factory, get the chance to taste the delicacies that Napoleon and Queen Marie-Antoniette savoured in the past! Then reach the Paradise of macarons and taste this delicious round cookie which is one of the most famous French pastries in the whole world.
Learn important facts about cocoa and taste different types of chocolate in a new texture while you’re in an authentic Chocolate Mousse Bar that offers chocolates from all over the world!
But now it’s time to let you taste something new…follow your guide and reach a very magical place: the temple of jam, where you can find different types of sweet and salty tastes.
Be surprised by the unique flavour of the award-winning toffee with the best French caramel and by the tasting of a traditional waffle filled with different tasty flavours, surrounded by a magical atmosphere of an 1849 boutique! Learn all the secrets of the calissons in an ancient French boutique and hear the story of the kouign amann (which means butter cake in Breton).
Don’t miss the change to discover Paris in a very unique and sweet way!
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2 hours and half
Our tour offers the highest standards of sweet tastings. You and your kids will absolutely love to experience Paris in a very fun way, no doubt on this!
The tour was good and true to the name it would be best suited for the chocolate obsessed. And my kids are absolutely chocoholic. Our guide was wonderful and she clearly loves her job. She was informative with just the right mix of history, French culture and everything chocolate. Worth every penny.
My husband and I and our two children did a chocolate tour while in Paris…we really enjoyed the experience and the food. My children truly grew to understand and appreciate the different approach to food that Europeans, in general, embrace so earnestly.