Maison Cailler, Switzerland – This factory and chocolate museum is also the oldest Swiss chocolate brand, and it is operating since 1898. You can take a tour and see how chocolate is made, and indulge in the delicacies in the sample room. The tour takes about an hour and a half and after you can explore the beautiful surroundings on foot.
Sacher cake, Vienna – The spongy chocolate cake is a trademark of the Austrian capital. The connoisseurs claim that Sacher cake in Vienna is a must, served with whipped cream and a cup of coffee or a glass of champagne.
Churros, Madrid – The popular chocolate shops in Madrid, called churrerias operate from 4 am ‘till breakfast. Their trademark product is churros, long waffles made of fried dough that is soaked in dense hot chocolate. The most popular is San Gines, operating since 1894, situated in the city center and working all night long.