All tours Chocolate , Pastries & Macaron Walking Tour of Saint-Germain

Chocolate , Pastries & Macaron Walking Tour of Saint-Germain

French people eat chocolate a very special way... So they take this subject seriously as Marie-Antoinette used to !

For Christmas, Valentine's Day, Easter or Mother's Day, they rush to « chocolatiers » to spoil themselves or their beloved ones.

Explore some of the the worlds best Chocolatiers, right here in the city of love.

Learn about the history of chocolate, and get to know why Paris is a world class chocolate destination !

Your taste buds will scream with ecstasy as you treat them to a good time!

This unique chocolate food tour explores the picturesque area of Saint Germain, a place well known for its world class chocolatiers. You will enjoy beautifully made macarons, mouth watering pastries and a range of other chocolate treats like you've never tasted before. 

This is the perfect opportunity to indulge in French delights and 'parler' with the locals!

A must for all chocolate lovers !! 


About the tour : 

On this tour, we only have 8 spaces. Thanks to this little number, your guide will be able to answer all your questions. Belong to the happy few, indulging themselves with brown gold jems !

8 to 10 Stops

Chocolate and pastries Tasting 

Afternoon Tea/ Chocolate

Some of France Finest Chocolate 


Little things to remember :

This is a walking tour so wear comfortable footware.
We didn't find the secret of going trough the raindrops (but still keeping on looking for this!). So if it's rainy or even cloudy, your umbrella will be your best friend.


About your tour leader & guide :

Your English speaking local tour leader and guide is a Food lover and chocolate connaisseur. Your leader will take you to some of the great chocolatiers and you will learn about the cacao and chocolate making as you sample.


Monday to Sunday

11.00 AM to 2.00 PM
2.30 PM to 5.30 PM   Best Departure 
3 Hours 

99 Euros Per Person
79 Euros Kids up to 14

From 99.00€ per person

<%= month %>
<% _.each(daysOfTheWeek, function(day) { %>
<%= day %>
<% }); %>
<% _.each(days, function(day) { %>
<%= day.day %>
<% }); %>

Location