It's a chocolate festival, not only in Perugia

    It's a chocolate festival, not only in PerugiaFrom Piedmont to Sicily, a journey along the roads of taste

    The sweetest festival in Italy begins and throughout the country people think aboutstart of the chocolate season. In Perugia from Eurochocolate is held from 16 to 25 October, but the chocolate cities are distributed throughout the country, from North to South, from Piedmont's Novi Ligure to Sicily's Modica.


    For example in Novi Ligure where chocolate and hazelnuts they are the undisputed protagonists of the pastry and industrial tradition. It is here that in the early 900s Pernigotti started the production of chocolate and in 1935 sweets were produced for ice cream parlors and pastry shops. And since then the town in the province of Alessandria has never stopped, reaching the Guinness Book of Records with the largest gianduiotto in the world.


    Tourists who go to visit Perugia this year will be welcomed the great demonstration which is centered on the theme "Mouth-licking!", between great classics and delicious and irresistible novelties: from the timeless Chocolate Sculptures, to the Choco Farm, from the very rich Chocolate Show, to the "Chocolate with the Author" event, the literary with Italian and foreign writers who will tell their literary experiences live.

    Every day from 9am to 17.30pm you can visit the Perugina factory. A unique journey through history, creativity and curiosity that awaits visitors at the factory near Perugia, in San Sisto.

    In Italy we cannot talk about chocolate without thinking of Modica, the Sicilian city with a very sweet heart. Here Working with chocolate is an ancient craft, chocolatiers have passed down the secrets of this activity for generations. Along the streets of the center of Modica in the pastry shops you can enjoy the unique flavor of chocolate, handmade, as only here they can do it. From 5 to 8 December the most delicious event of the Sicilian autumn is back: Chocomodica.



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