O Reino do Chocolate, Gramado

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Free samples sustain you on your journey through the complete history of cocoa at Brazil’s first chocolate themed attraction. Making your way between models of Aztec pyramids, the Spanish conquest of Mexico, the court of King Charles V of Spain, a 16th century monastery, and a mini factory, you will discover how chocolate transformed from a “divine fruit” to the popular treat it is today. You will also see a collection of chocolate sculptures, one of which weighs an impressive 45 kg, by local artist Enio Fritsch. The tour at O Reino do Chocolate ends at the café, in which you can enjoy some delicious hot chocolate while enjoying the spectacular view of the mountains that surround Gramado. Make O Reino do Chocolate part of your personalized Gramado itinerary using our Gramado trip itinerary builder app .
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  • Already the part you pay I found very weak. better go and pay 50% value bustour if you want to go or do not buy tickets and enjoy the House has a playground for children, do lunch and sells chocolates of course etc lol
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  • An unforgettable ride to go with small children ... for them everything is magical and real. Beautiful details to be seen. And at the end a chocolate shop to shop.
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  • You don't have to talk about, it's chocolate, but it's a little expensive, but you have to hurry up, I spent part of the tour
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  • Acceptable experience for kids and quite poor for for adults ($18 adults, 9 kids). Coffee and patisserie sucks. Caracol Chocolates are way below standard.
  • R$18 entrance to see the history of chocolate. Not bad compared to the wax museum where nothing looks like no one! The toilets are a looking walk from the cafeteria...looongest walk inside any place I know. Chocolate not that cheap considering you are buying from source...but hey. 200 reais later, If the girls love you for it...then why complain!
  • Another nice place to visit and buy some chocolates in Gramado. Nice decoration, specially for kids.
  • A very interesting and educative trip through the history of chocolate
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Thanks to the city's popularity among tourists, you can find any number of excellent places to stay during your Gramado vacation. The majority of accommodations cluster in the city center, especially along Avenue Borges de Medeiros, one of the city's major roads, which is lined with hotels and guesthouses. Stay a bit farther to the south to enjoy easy access to Lago Negro, one of the top attractions in Gramado. To the north of the center, you can choose from a wide range of lodgings in the neighborhood of Jardim dos Ipes.
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