Chocolate festivals are one-of-a-kind experiences. Delicious smells, ornate chocolatey designs, and creamy textures flood the senses. These festivals are a blast—bring a friend or two, and release your inner chocolate excitement. Read on to discover where these festivals are located so you can discover the chocolatey magic!
1. Sin City Chocolate Festival—United States
Vegas PLUS chocolate? You will not want to miss this tempting chocolate spectacle. The city has a yearly chocolate festival every April featuring the world’s best chocolatiers. To make the experience even more enchanting, you get to try wine and other fun drinks with your chocolate. Start planning now to attend next year’s festival! Hershey’s Chocolate World Las Vegas is also worth a visit, where you can taste almost a thousand variations of its iconic candy bars.
In the historic town of Tubingen, the world’s most talented confectioners gather to make a tasty treat for the public. You can take a cooking class to make your own chocolate, taste loads of different chocolates, and you can even experience a chocolate massage to rejuvenate your skin! Enjoy shopping, exhibitions, theater performances, and chocolate workshops.
3. Chocolate Fair—Belgium
A Belgium chocolate festival sounds like a dream come true. This festival is at the end of February through the beginning of March in beautiful Brussels. You’ll be able to savor delicious chocolates while appreciating locally-featured art, food, and music. Check out Belgium’s nearby art museum that has chocolate highlighted in paintings and sculptures—truly captivating!
4. Chocolate Rush Festival—Australia
This festival is in Melbourne every August. This event features the top chocolatiers who share their passion for sweets by concocting stunning chocolates and treats. Learn how to pair chocolate with food and drinks, and participate in interactive workshops to find out how chocolate is made. This is a family-friendly event—all ages are encouraged to attend!
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