Perugina Chocolate Factory Tour
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Perugina House of Chocolate (Chocolate Factory and Museum) Tour

Are you looking for family-friendly activities in Umbria, Italy? For something fun to do on a weekend, be sure to book a Perugina Chocolate Factory Tour.For Valentine’s weekend, Casa Granada went to the House of Chocolates (La Casa del Cioccolato) in Perugia, Italy. It is only a few kilometers away from the Perugia City Center. We went there on a Saturday from 10:00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. We had a lovely experience and I highly recommend it.

Kid-Friendly Activities in Umbria, Italy- Perugina Chocolate Tour

Chocolate Factory Tours

The House of Chocolate Factory Tour is available in English and Italian. We bought tickets for the English-speaking tour. Tickets cost 7 euros each if booking a group tour. Children ages 5 and below are free. For a complete list of ticket prices, please go to

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A Vintage Movie Poster of La Perugina

The Perugina Chocolate Museum

First, we watched a short video explaining how the world-famous Baci Chocolate was made. (By the way, “Baci” is Italian for “kisses”.) Then, we went to the Historical Museum. The kids were so excited to see the giant Baci chocolate. It is the replica of the giant 13.156 pound Baci kiss. The Umbrians called it the “Bacione” (giant kiss). It holds the Guinness World Record for the largest chocolate ever made!

“Bacione”- Giant Kiss

The Chocolate Factory

After the museum guided tour, we proceeded to the chocolate factory. We saw the factory behind some plexiglass via a suspended walkway. Pictures were not allowed inside the factory. At that time, there were no workers making chocolates. But we were able to see the machinery for making chocolate.

A lovely vintage Perugina Chocolate Box Set

Chocolate Tasting Station

At the end of the tour, we helped ourselves to different varieties of chocolate. We recommend bringing a box or container. You would want to bring home some delicious chocolates to enjoy later. My favorite was the classic Baci kiss wrapped in silver packaging.

Perugina Chocolate Tasting Station

Perugina Chocolate Shop

Finally, we bought some souvenirs at the gift shop. My two boys brought home Baci cars in silver and blue. The shop offers discounted prices for many of its chocolate and candy products. Be sure to bring home some Baci Chocolate gifts for your family and friends!

Baci Kisses from Dante and Samuel

Location and Other Details

Address: Viale S. Sisto, 207/C, 06132 Loc. San Sisto, Perugia PG


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Dolce Vita Bloggers Linkup

This post is part of the Dolce Vita Bloggers linkup hosted by Italy-lovers Kelly of italianatheart, Kristie of mammaprada, and Jasmine of questadolcevita. #DolceVitaBloggers is a bilingual (English-Italian) monthly link up & community for content creators (bloggers/vloggers) who are passionate about Italy.

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Are you a chocolate lover? Have you been to a chocolate factory tour? What is your favorite brand of chocolate?

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Hannah Carmela is the creator of Bellissimamma. She is a mama with a mission: to uplift, empower, and validate women by sharing her stories of self-love and joyful motherhood.


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  1. We’ve always wanted to do this! It looks like so much fun! We love that you can taste test at the end! It’s definitely on our list! Your kids are too cute, glad they had fun! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Lucy and Kelly xx

    1. Thank you, Lucy and Kelly! xoxo

  2. That looks like fun! Now I have a craving for un bacione ( both kinds) ๐Ÿ˜œ. Ciao, Cristina

    1. Very witty, Cristina! Baci Baci!

  3. Yukti Agrawal says:

    I went to chocolate factory tour during summers in Lviv and had a great time. Your post on Perugina chocolate tour looks very delicious as it would be lovely to have a chocolate tasting session too. Your kids look adorable. 7 Euro ticket cost is very affordable too.

    1. I would love to go to Lviv someday! Thank you for your comment, Yukti!

  4. Ciao Carmela
    Mmmm, this is my kind of tour, who doesn’t love Baci right?
    Awesome ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. This looks so fun! I absolutely love chocolate! I’d have to bring two bags for the chocolate I’d want to bring home!! ๐Ÿ˜‚

    1. Thank you, Brittney!

  6. So fun! I love activities where you get to see how things are made. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Wow, the way to my heart. This sounds like the best tour and European chocolate is amazing!

  8. I’m pretty sure my entire family would love this tour! We have never been to Italy, but fingers crossed that we are able to in the next year or two.

  9. What a fun place to visit.

    1. Thank you, Sarah!

  10. Wow !! A chocolate tour…yum!! Anywhere that has a chocolate tasting station would go down a treat with my family!!#blogcrush

  11. Wow! That piece of chocolate is huge! I would love to go if I ever travel to Italy! My favorite chocolate is a delicious and simple bar of Hersheyโ€™s chocolate!

  12. This tour looks amazing! I would literally turn into “a kid in a candy store” there I think!

    1. Yes! Thank you, Mia! xoxo

  13. This looks like a lovely place to visit and also educational for children and grown ups. Thanks for linking up with #globalblogging

    1. Thank you, Laura! xoxo

  14. Oh my goodness I love this! A chocolate factory! An actual chocolate factory and museum! I would be in heaven! #GlobalBlogging

    1. Thank you, Michelle! xoxo

  15. Oh my goodness Carmela, how cool is this?! I didn’t even know of its existence to tell you the truth. I watched the documentary on Luisa Spagnoli and I’ve been intrigued with her ever since. Baci are my fav Italian chocolate by far. What a coincidence you and the Blossom twins did a post on them hey?! Thanks for joining us! #DolceVitaBloggers per sempre!

    1. Yes to women power! How timely since Festa della Donne was just celebrated a few days ago. Thank you for hosting this month’s linkup! ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. I’m so jealous it looks wonderful! I bet your children loved it didn’t they? Thank you for sharing. I didn’t know about this.

    1. Yes, the kids had so much fun! Thanks for your comment and for hosting, Mammaprada!

  17. Did they tell you that, at first, bacio was supposed to be called fist? ๐Ÿ˜‚ I think they made the right choice in the end ๐Ÿ˜‚

    I love Perugina and I find the story of her founder very inspiring for women.

    Thanks for sharing! Un “bacione”! ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ˜€

    1. Yes, they explained the name change in the tour! It is really quite interesting. And yes, Luisa Spagnoli is amazing. Grazie mille, Sara!

  18. As a major chocoholic, I DEFINITELY need to make a trip to the Perugina House of Chocolate! I wonder if that Bacione real chocolate?! Thank you for joining #DolceVitaBloggers <3

    1. You definitely should! The giant Bacione is actually just a replica. The real one was carved away and given to the people who were at the festival. Pretty cool right?

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