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Museu do Chocolate, Gramado
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An obvious choice for anyone with a sweet tooth, Museu do Chocolate in Gramado will tell you everything you need to know about the history of chocolate and how it is made. Admire a variety of chocolate sculptures and don't forget to treat yourself at the shop, or with a hot chocolate at the museum's cafe. Use our Gramado itinerary builder to add Museu do Chocolate and other attractions to your Gramado vacation plans.
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Muito legal esse passeio, várias peças esculpidas em chocolate, muito interessante! Sem contar que no final tem degustação de um delicioso chocolate à vontade. Super indico!Very cool this tour, several pieces carved from chocolate, very interesting! Not to mention that at the end has a delicious chocolate tasting at will. Super indico!show original
para quem esta indo a canela de gramado fica no caminho, para quem nunca entrou vale a pena dar uma conferida, mas esperava mais do lugar.for those heading the Shin of lawn gets in the way, for anyone who's never been worth a look, but I expected more from the place.show original
Pagando o ingresso para adentar ao museu do chocolate, o visitante pode degustar alguns pedaços da grande variedade de chocolates fabricados pela Caracol. Logo na entrada, deparamos com alguns painéis... read more »Paying the adentar ticket to the chocolate Museum, the visitor can taste some bits of the wide variety of chocolates manufactured by Caracol. At the entrance, we come across some panels which tell the history of chocolate, with sentences and pictures and facts about the candy. Then we are asked to put our own chocolate bar with various ingredients that are available in the factory. If you don't want to fabricate yours to watch some employees working (through glass). After that, we enter into a kind of time capsule, with several lights and ventilation dropping chocolate aromas. Following we went into a forest that tells how the Aztecs worshiped the cacao (Montezuma). The Spanish settlers ransacked the Mexico and took the drink to Europe, which at the beginning was manipulated by religious convents. Later the aristocracy found out and fell on the delicacy like the world. The tour ends at the Caracol, to do the shopping.show original
Daniel C. Scapin
Atendimento e chocolate ótimos!
Sem dúvidas, o melhor
Rafael Franco Cordeiro
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