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Sweet & Chocolate in Paris – Family Walking Tour (Private)

Why you shouldn't miss it!

  • A Pastry and Chocolate tour to delight the whole family, from the youngest to the eldest!
  • At least 8 tastings to discover the best of French sweets: macarons, chocolate mousse, toffees...
  • A thrilling walking tour full of riddles and anecdotes in the lovely Saint-Germain-des Près
  • Your kids will even become Chocolate Makers by customizing their own chocolate bar!
In a nutshell

2.5 Hours



Not Accessible

Refund up to 72h

What's Included:   At least 8 tastings / A yummy drink

This playful Paris chocolate tour is a unique combination of History and French sweet tastings in the elegant district of Saint-Germain-des-Près. During this 2-hour 30 stroll, your Welcomer will share thrilling anecdotes while your kids will need to find answers to (easy) riddles about the places you will be visiting for your yummy tastings.

Your starting point is at the Saint Germain des Pres Church where your Welcomer will offer you a first tasting: a chouquette. This French specialty, a baked and fluffy pastry consist of small-sized dough sprinkled with pearl sugar…. simple but delicious!

You will then visit a 200-year-old chocolate factory that specializes in high quality chocolates. Taste what Napoleon and Queen Marie-Antoinette savored since they were usual clients for this brand formed in 1779!

Let’s now visit the Paradise of macarons. This cookie made of almonds was born in Italy and travelled to France with the chef of Catherine de Medicis. Since then, this pastry has become one of the most famous French pastries in the world. You can find it in many flavours but it always keeps its round form.

A Paris Chocolate Tour yummy and fun at the same time!

The following tasting of this family sweet and chocolate tour will be at a Chocolate Mousse Bar offering mousses  made with chocolates from all over the world. This is the perfect occasion to experience a new chocolate texture while learning about cocoa in general!

From there, follow your Welcomer to what is reputed to be the temple of jam! With hundreds of different flavors to taste, we guarantee you will love this place. From simple ingredients to complex combinations, you can find all types of tastes, even salty!

It’s Toffee time! But not just any toffee. Get ready to taste the award-winning best caramel in France!

A Paris chocolate tour tour without a traditional French waffle is meaningless. This dessert, traditionally from Lille, was General Charles De Gaulle’s favorite. You will visit a boutique opened since 1849 that produces thin, ever so fine waffles filled with different flavors; vanilla, raspberry blackcurrant or even caramel.

Your next boutique is one that dates back from 1830 and has kept its delicate recipe of “calissons”: a crushed mixture of candied melons and almonds of Provence placed on a sheet of unleavened bread and covered with a thin layer of royal frosting.

Time now to travel to Brittany and taste the “kouign amann”, which means “butter cake” in Breton. The recipe becomes evident at your first bite. For Bretons, this desert can come head to head with the crêpes.

By now, you have learned enough about sweets and chocolates. Your kids/teens are ready to customize their own chocolate bar! Your last stop is at a chocolate shop where a whole universe of chocolate awaits your young chefs. With a large selection of toppings, they will be able to design their dream chocolate bar! But it doesn’t end here. There is one more form of chocolate you need to taste to finish in beauty this Paris chocolate tour: A delicious chocolate drink that can be either warm or cold.

And if you look for a 100% chocolate experience, have a look at our Ultimate Chocolate Family Walking Tour!


Is this Sweet & chocolate tour fit for young kids?

This Paris chocolate tour is for kids of all ages! as it offers the highest standards of sweet tastings, your children will absolutely love this experience, no doubt on this! They will even be able to customize their own chocolate bar at the end of the tour!

Can I choose my schedule?

As this is private tour, you can schedule it however you want. For example, you can choose whether you prefer having this Sweet & Chocolate tour as a post-lunch dessert alternative or to spend a sweet afternoon :=) just keep in mind that stores will open their stores from 11 am and will close around 8 pm.

It’s my kid’s birthday. Can we organize something special for him/her?

Absolutely! We will be delighted to prepare a special surprise for him/her and will make sure to leave a memorable experience!

Can we still do this Paris Chocolate tour if we are more than 4 people?

Just advise us in your request form about the number of people in your party, as well as their category (adult or child). There will be an extra fee of 30 € per additional person to do this Paris Chocolate tour.

Price Details

  • 320€PER PERSON

Starting Point

Meeting Address: 1 Place Saint-Germain des Prés, 75006 Paris, France - In front of Saint-Germain church. Closest metro station: Saint-Germain-des-Prés (line 4)
  1. :

    Our tour guide, Camille, was simply amazing! She took us to the most delicious sweet shops. She catered our tour to keep our teen girls engaged and entertained. Camille was knowledgable about the many sweets of Paris as well as the history of France. She even offered to help us make dinner reservations for a birthday dinner while we were in Paris. We really enjoyed our time with her in Paris. This was one of the best tours we had while in Paris!

  2. :

    Absolutely fabulous! My sons age 14 and 15 loved this tour! We tried macaroons, chocolate mousse, eclairs and Caramels and even made our own delicious chocolate bars. A highlight of our stay in Paris. Our tour guide Nathalie was also very knowledgeable about the history of the Saint German area. A must if you have teenagers that don’t want to spend all day in a museum. We walked for over 2 hours and not one complaint.

  3. :

    In early November, our young family was extremely lucky to book a wonderful private chocolate and sweets tour with Sophie in Paris. She was very patient and accommodating to our littles ones making their tour tons of fun and also very informative with providing local history to Mom and Dad! If you find yourself visiting the City of Lights with or without children do yourself a favour and book a tour with this company, you’ll be delighted!!!

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