Reino do Chocolate, Gramado

(2.8/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web)
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 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. With our custom trip planner, Gramado attractions like Reino do Chocolate can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Win a ticket in the Bus Tour, but I believe the entry should cost 10 or 20 reais. Is a chocolate factory of the company, within has a small shop with various types of chocolates of all prices. The main attraction is a tour through the history of chocolate, with action figures of people and animals and sculptures made of chocolate. In another environment we can see the manufacture of chocolates or even produce a chocolate by choosing the ingredients (I don't remember the price, but it was expensive). The chocolate smell in any environment is a delight. It also has a cute little coffee, but without many options of drinks or food. I bought a mini pizza like that was pretty bad and frozen beer was warm. The site is so cool, but could invest and offer a little better food to the public. Worth a visit especially for children.
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  • Pretty cool environments that depict the history of chocolate. You can take some nice pictures. In the end you still have a room for a perfect hot chocolate and a store to let crazy not knowing what to choose. It's good to go with the Pocket prepared if you are thinking of buying souvenirs.
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  • A very interesting place, that shows all about the chocoalte. There's a shop with plenty of variety. Attraction to children do your own chocolate.
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