Going on a trip to see a foreign country? No, foodies go on a journey to experience a different country. And since there is nothing better than chocolate - okay except peanut butter. And cheese. And avocado. And fresh pasta. And champagne. And gin and tonic. What was I talking about again? For travelers who love chocolate is a world of destinations but to turn one thing: chocolate. A top 5!
1. Perugia (Italy)
If a site houses a veritable "House of Chocolate ', then you know you is good as chocolate lover. The Perugina Casa del Cioccolato is literally a house where in Perugia is very famous Baci chocolate made. The New York Times called it a 'must-visit' for chocolate fans. You can also attend workshops and self fabricate such famous Baci chocolate.
2. Mino Street, Oaxaca (Mexico)
On this street do not you read in guidebooks, but you could in Oaxaca in Mexico are at the course well worth a visit. In this little street are several small chocolate artists, one of which the cocoa beans grinds, makes a different chocolate sauce and served a third chocolate. Take a break in the garden of Le Solidad Chocolate Factory and enjoy - what else - a warm "Oaxacan 'chocolate.
3. Biarritz (France)
Two years ago I was here myself cheerfully took a few good waves with my surfboard, but did you know that in the French town of Biarritz also a chocolate museum is? The Planete Musee du Chocolat also explain how chocolate ever got into Europe. And you can have a shitload of chocolate tasting and purchase. Of course.
4. Grenada (Caribbean)
Want to know all that is involved in the production of a chocolate bar? On Grenada, an island in the Caribbean, you can see the entire path traveled by a cocoa bean on its way to becoming a chocolate bar. Visit The Chocolate Company and smell the air is pregnant with a heavy smell of cocoa.
Even a Chocolate House, this time in Luxembourg situated. This house is not a museum, but you can be very, taste lots of chocolate. Especially chocolate, as there are 50 chocolate spoons are on the menu. These spoons stir in hot milk, so that naturally arises chocolate. Flavours range from Hot Chilli Orange to Apple Strudel. In short; all trying.