Sweet-toothed folk visiting Melbourne should take advantage of one of the many chocolate walking tours offered in the heart of the city. Chocoholic Tours have been running since 1995 and offer a number of yummy walking journeys throughout Melbourne's CBD each weekend.
There are a number of Chocoholic Tours to choose from including; the Chocolate and Historical Treats Afternoon on Friday afternoon, Chocolate Brunch Tour, Chocolate Lovers Plan, Chocolate Indulgent Walk, Chocolate Delights Walk and Chocolate Treats Walk on Saturday's and lastly the Chocolate Taste Walk and Chocolate Sunday Walk on Sunday afternoon's.
These professionally organised tours attract chocolate lovers from far and wide, covering approximately 5 chocolate venues scattered through Melbourne CBD's iconic laneways. In between chocolate tastings, tour guides point out some of Melbourne's celebrated architecture, adding a spot of interesting history to an otherwise chocolate fuelled day.
Throughout the two hour tour, you can expect to taste an assortment of sweetie goodness including chocolate ice cream, truffles, macaroons, cakes, Swiss and Belgian chocolate treats and possibly even a shot of straight chocolate!
Depending on your chosen tour, there will be a number of chocolate eateries visited during your walk. Venue's include Cacao Fine Chocolates, Koko Black, Lindt Chocolates, and Gânache Chocolates, Haigh's Chocolates and more.
Chocoholic Tours suit young and old, Children under the age of six years old are free when accompanied by a paying adult, for kids aged six and above, the price is the same as adults. Very young children would be better left at home though, as prams are not recommended.
If you are looking for something different to do, a day exploring Melbourne's many arcades and chocolate eateries with Chocoholic Tours will be well worth the enjoyable, decadent journey.
To book a tour, visit Chocoholic Tours website. Gift vouchers are also available.