Couples that eat chocolate together stay together. If you and your significant other love each other nearly as much as you love chocolate, then you're a match made in heaven. With that being said, you don't have to plan traditional honeymoons to places that you don't even know what to do there or how to spend your time. But plan your honeymoon based on YOUR hobbies, interests and the things that bring you together. So what's better than indulging yourselves in chocolate.
You can plan your entire trip around pure, cacao-infused bliss. Whether it's hot chocolate worthy of an overnight flight, edible chocolate museum tickets, or the chance to immerse yourself in a chocolate-centric hotel, there's a world of chocolate delights waiting for you. Here are the 9 sweetest places you shouldn't miss.
1) Angelina (Paris, France)
You'll never look at hot chocolate the same after the thick chocolat chaud. Your pitcher is served with a side of freshly whipped cream. Ceremoniously pour the molten chocolate into your little cup and raise a toast to Paris—and chocolate.
2) Vestri (Florence, Italy)
Switzerland may get all the attention, but the chocolate in Italy is arguably just as good. For the ultimate Italian chocolate experience, visit Vistri for some of the finest chocolate imaginable. And strongly consider the dark chocolate and Sicilian orange gelato.
3) Swiss Chocolate Train (Montreux and Broc, Switzerland)
For an experience as magical as visiting Willy Wonka's factory, visit Montreux and board the Swiss Chocolate Train, a 1915 "Belle Epoque" Pullman car, for a round trip journey to Nestlé's Maison Cailler factory in Broc, where you'll take a tour and taste the creamy milk chocolate.
4) MUSEU DE LA XOCOLATA (Barcelona, Spain)
The Museu de la Xocolata will educate you about how Spanish conquerors brought chocolate to Europe from South America. Even the tickets are adible, need we say more?
5) MAST BROTHERS CHOCOLATE (New York City)
MAST makes chocolate in-house, from the bean and is well known for its signature chocolate bars and collections with an emphasis on clarity of flavor.
6) LE SALON DU CHOCOLAT (Paris, France)
The world's largest show dedicated to chocolate.
7) Fog City News (San Francisco)
For amazing, obscure chocolates from around the world stop by Fog City News, a newsstand and chocolate emporium. Their massive collection could very well house your next favourite chocolate.
8) Maison Cailler (Switzerland)
Switzerland is famed for its chocolate, and Maison Cailler is one of the tiny nation’s top chocolatiers. Stop by the factory with your sweetheart for an intriguing audiovisual tour.
9) VizioVirtu (Switzerland)
For the ultimate Italian chocolate experience, hit up VizioVirtu’s exclusive workshop, where you and your spouse can gain a valuable new skill together — making truffles!