Hosted by: Tours of Brighton
Did you know that southerners eat double the amount of chocolate than their northern counterparts?
...and that's largely down to the people of Brighton, which is without a doubt the chocolate capital of the UK!
Not only do people buy chocolate three times or more a week, but they also do not mind spending on it – on average £670 a year. Consequently, the city has plenty of shops, restaurants and cafes, where this aphrodisiac is available.
This chocolate tour is unique and the only one of its kind in Brighton.
You’ll start with a brief introduction at your meeting point – St Bartholomew’s Church near Brighton Station. Following this, you’ll make your way to the heart of the city and stroll through the traditional, quaint, narrow streets that make Brighton so unique.
On route, you get to know the history of Brighton and in particular that of chocolate.
And what would a chocolate tour be without tasters?
During your explorer walk you might taste chocolate ice cream, perhaps a macaroon or brownie or even a slice of chocolate cake. Tours of Brighton want to surprise you! Hence, no tour is ever the same and they vary their tasters to keep you on your toes.
You’ll also get the added benefit of supporting local shops and chocolatiers as they enjoy sharing their story with you as well.
After all, they are the ones that contribute to your happiness!
It’s good to step outside of your comfort zone every now and then, and this will have you doing exactly that.
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