My daughter did the chocolate class/workshop. She had a blast! Allocate 3 hours. Might want to call ahead to check the schedule for the day. I enjoyed the chocolate liquor and tea.
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Went with 1 younger child (12) and everyone else in the 20s except for my father in his 60s. We all enjoyed the visit. Very educational about the history and process of using cacao. We had Ishmael who is very engaging as well. We had...More
This is just a shop where you are subjected to a talk about chocolate that is not even accurate and then you are given some chocolate products to taste. The produce for sake is incredibly expensive and the chocolate is not even nice. If you...More
This "Museo" which is a collection of pictures and story boards tastefully put on a wall, is walking distance from the main square. It is combined with a Spanish lessons school, which shares commissions, and a hotel. They have a small menu and classes in...More
This is a gift shop designed as a tourist destination. Unless you pay for a guided tour, there is not much to see, the museum is a small bar and a garden. There's a pool upstairs that serves as a lounge area also.
I've done this once before with just my wife. This time i brought along our 2 kids (4,7). The class was engaging and our "guide" ismael was high energy and very knowledgeable. We learned all about cbocolate and went from seed to chocolate bar in...More
Educational, fun and beautiful visit to the Choco Museo in Granada Be prepared to be tempted with tastes of Chocolate flavored liquor , tea , samples of rich, dark chocolate , and maybe make your own chocolate bar . You can also stay here, visited...More