Chocolate Flavors Walking Tour of Geneva
- Small group
- Skip the ticket line
- Duration: 3 hours
We only had one day in Geneva and chose this tour. It did not disappoint!!! The most deliciously informational tour of the city. The hot chocolate and chocolatiers were indescribably delicious in their taste. I enjoyed the boat ride on the lake as well. The guide was engaging and fun. Truly a superb experience. My teenage son also greatly enjoyed it and was entertained and intrigued the whole time. 5 stars. Two thumbs up. I’d do it again! Just be sure to get there early to get a parking spot if you are driving your own car. Parking is tricky in the city.
Our tour guide, Julie, was exceptional! We could not have asked for more from this tour. She was energetic, knowledgeable, smart and very enthusiastic about what she was talking about. The chocolate was amazing and it was the perfect mix of tasting and history! I would suggest this tour to everyone who wants to discover the city and learn a few things along the way while eating (& drinking) some fabulous chocolate!! Ask for Julie and you will not be disappointed!! Enjoy!!
If you love chocolate, this tour will delight not just your tastebuds, but all five of your senses. From hot chocolate to award winning cakes, to the favourite chocolate of the Japanese Imperial family, you will experince the best chocolate the Swiss have to offer Our helpful and personable guide, Julie, also gave us a tour of the history of Geneva... and how Chocolate ended up becoming an intergal part of the city's very history!
This was a wonderful experience. Gabriel really was prepared with a lot of information and humor. We really enjoyed the bus tour, the tram tour and the boat cruise on Lake Geneva. The tram ride through Old Town was a pleasant surprise and well orchestrated by Gabriel who met us at the end for the connecting walk to the boat cruise. A great way to get an overview of Geneva!
Was a bit confusing to get to the meeting point, more instructions on the page saying the guide would be wearing red inside the bus station and that the tour bus was labeled swiss tours ould have been helpful.