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Rausch Schokoladenhaus, Berlin

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Gift & Specialty Shop Shopping
One of Berlin's classic shopping destinations, Rausch Schokoladenhaus seduces chocoholics with its rows of handsomely packaged truffles and pralines. The store opened in 1999, after two major chocolate-making families joined to form one of the largest chocolatiers in the world. Take a behind-the-scenes tour of its modern manufacturing facility and admire the huge chocolate sculptures of some of Berlin's most recognizable landmarks. Though you cannot buy or taste these chocolate masterpieces, you can choose from over 200 varieties of pre-packaged chocolate goodies at the on-site factory outlet store. Finish your visit at the upstairs cafe, which serves traditional chocolate drinks and cakes, as well as savory dishes seasoned with cocoa. To visit Rausch Schokoladenhaus on your holiday in Berlin, and find out what else Berlin has to offer, use our Berlin travel itinerary maker.
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  • Fantastic chocolate shop. You won't be able to resist buying something. Very indulgent chocolate. There is a cafe restaurant upstairs, but we visited before it opened at 1100.  more »
  • Most delicious marzipan ever! Must visit and taste this delicious and special place in the heart of Berlin.  more »
  • We ate here at the recommendation of our walking tour guide and we are glad that we took his advice. This restaurant sits above an amazing chocolatiers and uses chocolate in all of it's meals which so...  more »
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  • I visited the last time I went to Berlin, the shop downstairs provides a wide selection of great chocolate. I recommend the Venezuela and the Papua New Guinea. We then went upstairs and have milk chocolate drinks and the mousse tarts and symphonies. Delicious, and the service was great. If ever in Berlin I recommend to anyone to go there, even if it's for little gifts to bring back home.
  • An elegant chocolate producer that doesn't exclude the everyday folks from coming in, perusing their selection and purchasing candy. The place is filled with Berlin buildings and other items made completely out of chocolate. Quite the edible and artistic accomplishment. The chocolate candies purchased from behind the glass case were all unique and tasty. They had several dozen options to choose from so choosing was difficult. The staff was friendly, too. As soon as I recover from my binge chocolate eating I'll be back for more.
  • Really cool chocolate store next to the Berlin square. This store has crazy and amazing scale models of ships, airplanes, and buildings made out of chocolate! Several are larger than a full grown man. Plus the chocolate is delicious and there is a 2nd floor restaurant that serves unique chocolate inspired foods. Chocoholic's heaven!
  • Heaven for a chocolate lover. I was here almost an hour perusing and ended up spending far too much. It was just beautiful in there and the chocolate was fantastic. Staff spoke great english too which was a pleasent surprise
  • Nicest experience thus far. Was expecting it not to be child friendly but was pleasantly surprised. Food was splendid and the experience and service were so friendly and I formative. Can't wait to go back. Truffles were eating with smiles on our faces. Feel prices were more than acceptable, wish we could have bought more.