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We had an hour or two to kill before we caught the Eurostar for London so we took a little detour from the M4 to go to this attraction. I was not sure what to expect, however, I was pleased with what we experienced. It...More
I never thought I would be visiting a Chocolate museum in Paris but we had a good time. We learnt lots but the exhibits were a little old school. Plenty of opportunity to eat chocolate as you complete the tour and we rounded it all...More
At best, this chocolate is mediocre. We didn't even finish it. Plus, the service was terrible. They gave us the wrong macaroons, and when we told them it was wrong and asked for the flavors we ordered, they got very ugly and rude and wouldn't...More
If you're heading to the Sacre Coeur and you're a fan of chocolate, the place is worth visiting ad it's only a few minutes away. They make wonderful artisan chocolate and there are also Parisien landmarks made of solid chocolate throughout the shop. The chocolate...More
Wandered in here one evening once the crowds had dissipated. There's some impressive chocolate sculptures in here, of the Notre Dame Cathedral, a Boat and some sort of ogre, to name but three that I remember. Despite there being few people in there, service was...More
The moment we walked through the door it felt special.
We were offered numerous samples and a very helpful assistant helped me locate lactose free products (really hard in a biscuit and chocolate shop).
His advice was really great and the whole shopping experience was...More
Found this place by chance after seeing the The Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Paris, (Sacré-Cœur Basilica). On the walk back down to the main road. Lots of different chocolate, macaroons, nougat etc to buy. Some great sculptures made out of chocolate. It's free...More
Montmartre is a bustling mix of cultures, colours, and styles which changes from one street to another. Ride the funicular (or, for a real workout, climb the steps) to the sublime Sacré-Coeur (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) with its inspiring view of the city. The church is surrounded by provincial streets and piano bars where tourists, artists, and street entertainers thrive. At the foot of the hill, Boulevard de Clichy
features shops not intended for young audiences, while residences are scattered to the north and east. The diverse population includes a large part from the Arab-speaking world, Africa, and Turkey. It’s a corner of Paris full of life and dynamism with charms that can’t be found anywhere else.