Calling all chocolate lovers! Switzerland should be high up on that list when planning your next vacation. The city of Geneva has just launched its new Choco Pass.
Switzerland rivals Belgium as one of the best places to taste chocolate in the world with the Lindt House of Chocolate in Zürich, just a few hours away by car or train. And now, for just 30 Swiss Francs ($32.49) for adults and six CHF ($6.50) for children you can try sample plates from some of the best chocolatiers in the city. It’s worth making a day out of grabbing all the chocolate morsels, as the Choco Pass lasts just 24 hours from when you walk into your first chocolate shop.
Here’s what you’ll get to enjoy from each of the seven chocolate shops on the list:
- La Bonbonnière Chocolaterie et Chocolate Bar: A choice of Grand Cru or Gourmand hot chocolate and four chocolates of choice/ Kids: A choice of Grand Cru or Gourmand hot chocolate for kids and one chocolate of choice
- Chocolaterie Canonica: a praline tasting plate
- Chocolats Favarger: Avelines and Nougalines, a chocolate bar / Kids: lollipop and Avelines.
- Du Rhône Chocolatier: A selection of 6 chocolates featuring milk and dark chocolate and pralines/ Kids: chocolate blocks and truffles
- Stettler: 1 Pavé de Genève, Bonbons Deluxe range: a Chuao, a luzern, a brazilia, a fleur de sel, a raspberry pearl (in a box of 6)/ Kids: 50gr of crunchy hazelnuts
- Sweetzerland: Caramel Truffle, Hazelnut Rocher, Raspberry Truffle, Almond Dragées, Cashew Nut Petals / Kids: chocolate almonds
- Zeller Chocolateriers: 3 pavé glacé, 1 Florentine (milk or dark), a praline nougatine mold (dark or milk), a candied orange covered in chocolate/ Kids: a mouse with chocolate mousse filling
To purchase a Choco Pass, visitors can buy one online or at the Tourist Information Centre, Quai du Mont-Blanc 2. So get ready to satisfy your sweet tooth!