This tour is for the sweet tooth's out there. Discover some of Melbourne’s most iconic dessert bars and luxury chocolatiers as you indulge in the theatre of some of the most incredible desserts you will ever taste, and some wine matching of course.
Join this whimsical and wonderful tour that has been curated to include some of the most secret chocolate and dessert bars in Melbourne.
Start the day in the beautiful Block and Royal Arcades before making your way through the interesting and hidden laneways, into the shopping Emporium to try a macaron creation from a famous patisserie. Then stroll through the city while your local guide shares their personal recommendations.
Taste a magic dessert and hot chocolate set combined together with nitrogen gelato and finish the day at a small hotel that presents an enticing palette of temptations. Swinging couches, signature desserts, cocktails, candles and liquorice all-sort stools just to name a few.
Days of operation:
Departure details: 30/12/17 - 31/12/19
Sat/Sun: 12:00pm - 02:30pm
Chocoholic Tours is a premium small group walking experience.
All of the walking tours have been been carefully designed to showcase Melbourne’s lanes, arcades and some of the city’s cultural hot spots. The city walking tours are the ultimate chocolatey expedition through Melbourne's secret lanes and arcades. A perfect opportunity to experience Melbourne culture and purchase some truly local artisan souvenirs.
Your host will show you where the locals love to linger, educate you about the bean to bar chocolate making process, visit unique boutique style chocolatiers, chat to the owners and chocolatiers to hear their story behind the businesses, and ensure you have a trail of wistful recollections to lead you back to your favourite places. Let local experts lead you around every decadent turn into a state of chocoholic bliss.
The tours are all inclusive small groups of maximum 12 people which allows the opportunity to connect and share the local experience.
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