Perugina Chocolate Factory, San Sisto
(3.5/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web)
Take a tour of Perugina Chocolate Factory, a staple of Perugia since 1907, and enjoy a tasting of their famous chocolate products. In the museum, learn about the cocoa bean’s transformation into chocolate. Chocolate making classes are available. Plan to see Perugina Chocolate Factory and other attractions that appeal to you using our Perugia tourist route planner.
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  • The visit to the factory is truly an experience that I recommend to anyone, from children to adults. Upon entering there is a ticket office and a shop where you can buy gadgets and, of course, chocolates of all kinds and taste. The route begins by telling the story of the factory, follows a tasting and subsequently visiting the production chain. It's all very interesting and I wished it had lasted much longer! Congratulations for your organization!
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  • We were on vacation in Perugia and was must move to Perugia. Tickets cost € 9, not excessive given the fact that it is outside of the tastes of home, of tasting, the visit to the factory and the Chocolate Museum all explained very well by a blonde girl very young like driving very prepared for questions and explains very well and goes all the way into the factory. I learned something new and interesting and it wasn't for anything heavy.
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  • As a last step, after visiting the city of Perugia, Italy's chocolate factory was really interesting. We took part in a guided tour of approximately 1 hour where a friendly and prepared girl explained the whole story about this very well known company. At the end of the visit there is the sweetest part or the tasting of nearly all products from Perugia. But the surprise isn't over yet: always accompanied by your guide you will enter a path high above where it is wrapped in a chocolate bouquet, seems to be the magical world of Willy Wonka.
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