Belgian chocolate is renowned for its richness and quality. As the birthplace of the praline, you’ve come to the right place if you’re a chocolate lover. Learn how to make Belgian treats with a master chocolatier before taking a tour that follows a trail of Brussels’ finest chocolate shops.
Marvel at a fascinating chocolate-making demonstration in a quaint workshop, and then try your own hand at making some of these delicious treats with the expert guidance of the chocolatier. The best part is, you get to eat what you make, or take it home to enjoy later.
Once you’ve discovered the art of chocolate making, head out onto the streets of Brussels on a guided tour. Not only do you stop by major highlights like the Manneken Pis sculpture and the Comic Book Route, but more importantly, you stop by renowned chocolate dispensaries along the way.
As you cross past Grand Place, home to the Royal Palace of Brussels, you make your way to luxury chocolate shops including Godiva and Wittamer. Save time to visit Europe’s oldest chocolate shop—Neuhaus—which is credited with creating the praline.