The chocolate is Ok but the price is very good. Many items were about CHF 2 - 3 and they have multi pack discounts as well. I didn't get to go to the museum bc it was closed on the weekends. I bought a lot of chocolate as its better than the normal chocolate at the stores but not nearly... 更多
On the day we visited, there were many workers doing their job. You can see them and there is a print explanation of what they are doing. You can see quality control as imperfect pieces are thrown into a bin. After you watch there are free samples of the various kinds. After tasting it is as almost impossible not to... 更多
We took the train from Lugano but was really not worth the effort. The factory could not be viewed and the people in charge did not even smile or show that we were welcome.
Our extended family visited here on our recent visit to this area. A small fee to enter then an interesting walk through the working factory before entering the shop. Every different variety of chocolate to buy, PLUS, a goodly selection - that was frequently topped up - of a great range of chocs that were free to taste, and that... 更多
The best parts were the plastic cow in the front and the chocolate shop (good chocolate...) at the end. If you are traveling with young children on a rainy day, perhaps you will find it a nice attraction. Otherwise, better to skip it. The very poor presentation cost 3 Euro for an adult and 1 Euro for a child entrance.
We expected oempaloempas as described in the book of Roald Dahl, unfortunately the factory was only running one line and the museum we had seen in 10 minutes within any oempaloempas.... It was ok but not worth the 45 minutes of driving.
We visited Lugano and found this place via a tourist information office leaflet. It is situated about 15 min drive from Lugano itself. To do a museum tour costs around 3 Swiss Francs per person, which is great value when the tour allows for a chocolate tasting session at the end. Also, you are able to go into the factory... 更多
We tried to visit this factory in July - we asked whether the factory was in operation and were told, yes - partly - just a small production because of holidays. Rubbish! The only thing happening in the factory was a couple of people cleaning machines. We were still charged the full 3 chf entrance fee. For that you get... 更多
We were a little disappointed by our visit which was late in the afternoon, as in the factory viewing there was little going on, except some wrapping of chocolates.However a visit earlier in the day may provide more action. A guided tour would be helpful. The museum was interesting and the shop was packed with chocolate bargains. The toilets were... 更多