Havanna Museo del Chocolate, San Carlos de Bariloche

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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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  • They don't show you the production process so why bother going? You have to wait for a group to gather together to enter and the store next to it it's expensive. I think Havana is expensive and overra...  more »
  • It is ok. The place is nice and the prices are high! Not so beautiful or interesting. Lots of Havanna alfajors! Good to stop by if you are in the area.  more »
  • The chocolate museum gives a good perspective on the history of the chocolate, with hands on exhibits as well as multi media offerings. Good attraction on a cold or rainy day  more »
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  • The guided tour is accessible. They explain the historical process that was chocolate, there is a small tasting of bitter cocoa-based drink, hard 45 minutes. The employees are very friendly. With the entrance there are discounts at the store. You have parking
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  • The place is beautiful, your attention and very rich chocolate. Only to have in mind... The bags closed, prepared for gifts with various products... It is not what they say they bring. The vanquished alfajores! Contabamos with gifts that we could not deliver. Review!
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  • It's cheap, you get chocolates, hot chocolate, discounts for outside business and interesting. It is short, and the girl who gives it patience does not have kids. Take into account that it is not something for children.
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  • Expected me something else, perhaps a larger ride... very nice chocolate statues...
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  • They tell you all about the cocoa, with an illustrative video and you informed enough about the beginnings of the chocolate, also enjoying a delicious hot chocolate, then you go to see a chocolate sculpture represented by typical animals of patagonia and ends the tour. You do not display as they make the chocolate and I think that disappoints a bit. Then you go to buy chocolate or consume them, I tried an exquisite chocolate frappe. The staff is very friendly.
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