Reino do Chocolate, Gramado
(2.8/5 based on 550+ 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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  • Ok place. Passed is normal and fast. The mini factory is pretty small and you can't see anything. You can assemble your own chocolate, but is expensive and time consuming. The cafeteria offers nothing salty. To go to the bathroom you have to walk many kilometres. The store is big and has a lot of option and the chocolate is delicious.
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  • The beautiful already delights at the entrance. When you enter you have the option of walking on the history of chocolate, the ticket costs R$12,00 per person and worth. The history from the beginnings to the present day, and is quite funny, the sculptures talk with you (even if takes fright so). At the end of the tour you get off at the Chocolaterie with an incredible view! I recommend the hot chocolate, which is simply sensational! If they are special chocolate it is made with milk chocolate, so it's kind of annoying, ask the portion of 100 ml. And then for those who want to, have the shop selling the chocolates (are beautiful, but you can't put a price tag on account).
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  • Wonderful place for children and perfect for the chocolate lovers, endless options with tasting and the best hot chocolate in the region.
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