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Chocolate Tours

1. Boston Chocolate Tour – Decadent chocolate walking tours, with loads of chocolate treats. Tour delivered by charming, guides and includes exotic imports, closely guarded recipes and intimate tastings. These tours vary by location and season, but can include restaurants and shops in Harvard Square, Faneuil Hall and Beacon Hill among others.-

2. It’s not just in February, but all year long! The Chicago Chocolate Tour is a guided walking and tasting tour to select chocolate shops, bakeries, and cafes, and secret chocolate favorites!

3. The New York Chocolate Tours™ claim they are for chocolate lovers, curious non-believers and enthusiastic travelers. Take a bite out of the Big Apple (chocolate covered, of course) with a European-style experience through some of  NYC’s most cherished chocolate boutiques.

4. No wonder ever one is in love. They’re all eating chocolate.  Come along on the Philadelphia Chocolate Tour in the city of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection. Enjoy learning of the nation’s quest for freedom through a guided walking and tasting tours of unique Philadelphia chocolate shops and cafes.

4. The Olympic Peninsula Wineries are taking ideal combinations of red wine & chocolate and new sweet and savory combinations during the annual Red Wine & Chocolate Tour. “Nothing is more delicious than a good red wine and the right chocolate shared amid the beauty of the North Olympic Peninsula,” says Association President Vicki Corson.

5. Between the beer and the chocolate, Belgium is loved the world over.  For a complete listing of beer, chocolate tours and the factories where both are made go directly to the official tourism site for the country.

6. Enjoy the romance of the City of Lights, while exploring the world of James Baldwin, Josephine Baker and other great African American artists, present and past. Dance in the Louvre and end it all with champagne and chocolate along the Champs Elysées through a food tour with Discover Paris!™. Tours in English or French.