Havanna Museo del Chocolate, San Carlos de Bariloche
(3.3/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Sample some treats and learn the history of chocolate making at Havanna Museo del Chocolate. Take a guided tour of the factory to see equipment used in each stage of production and discover the heritage of the company and the importance of chocolate to the local area. With roots going back to Swiss settlers that arrived during the colonial era, the factory boasts a rich history and remains a popular local institution. Try some of the sweets before you leave, and make sure to visit the onsite store to pick out your favorites for the journey home. Plan to visit Havanna Museo del Chocolate and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended San Carlos de Bariloche attractions using our San Carlos de Bariloche vacation builder.
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  • Chocolate eaters! well you can be a little disapointed! and sorry but this is to travel in time from chocolate's triangle Mexico Switzerland and Argentina. Fenoglio was the mentor of this place, the story of the chocolate is very important in Bariloche, and is a big part of the tradition. Chocolate tasters! Abstain is! can get to feel is a little disappointed! forgiveness but is a travel in the time of the triangle of the chocolate of Argentina Switzerland and Mexico, all starts in Mexico! Fenoglio was mentor of this tour the factory, and is very nice to do something different Havanna has maintained 100% intact here!
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  • I do not consider to be a must-see, the chocolate is good but the visit to the place is boring. Good but that does not compensate for the poor of the tour. It is best to go and buy chocolate, nothing more.
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  • the attention of those who lead you is top quality as well as the delights that you can taste and buy. It is certainly a must-see of Bariloche.
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  • Delicious chocolates, おいしチョコレ
  • For when it rains. Tour short (20-25 minutes) in which explain the history of chocolate and their arrival in Bariloche. Currently belonging to the brand Havana (formerly Fenoglio), with the entry of $50 you got a discount after $25 to buy products of this brand (combinable with other members of the Group). Special for when it's raining and there's not much to do.
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  • About the Museum: very instructive, dedicated super guides. Like what they do. Regard to the chocolate factory: IMPRESSIVE. Continue using the formulas, techniques, machines and hands of the era fenoglio. Chocolate has nothing to envy to the Swiss. With respect to the local Havana: same as everyone, but there you can also enjoy artisan chocolate that no other local.
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  • Terrible... they charge you 50 pesos and circuit lasts 15 minutes. so only you show a video fart and you make go to the sector caro of sales... never make you free of charge a tasting of his alfajores products... chocolates or chocolate... excursion to discard
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  • Must-see...!
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