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I went into the reception and asked to book a workshop but was told I had to book online.
I booked online for 6 people and thought it was expensive but since they add tax etc st the end I assumed it was that. I...More
We were engaged by the adv of unlimited chocolate and by what was said in the Prague Card book. It was a few what we could finally taste. The history of the sugar and the cacao is interesting, but the price doesn't worth it.
Visited here last week with my 3 eldest children. We got the cheaper family ticket for 790CZK (which is about £29 for the 4 of us). Slightly misleading in its claim that you can “eat as many chocolates and chocolate truffles as you can” as,...More
This is a great museum. You start the visit from tasting trouffles, then invited inside to enjoy the exposition. The exposition describes the history of chocolate from the discovery of the cocoa beans to making chocolate in the modern days, and includes interesting facts about...More
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE save your money and don't go here!! Both me and my girlfriend read 'unlimited chocolate tasting experience and jumped at the chance, we were expecting sooooo much more for the price we paid (390Kr each). It consisted of some stale chocolate buttons...More
Appalling waste of money and time. Equivalent of £10 to enter for an adult. Tasting was a 1 dark chocolate praline. If you don’t like dark chocolate- tough. Told to buy a milk chocolate one in the shop. Information was poor, no interaction- totally disappointed
The two of us were introduced to chocolate making with another couple. It was very interesting how it was done and that was our second lot of chocolates (the first being truffles in reception.)
The actual chocolates were good fun to make, we had help...More
One of the oldest neighbourhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the
modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.