Going to the Chocolate museum? Yes, please!


One of the things we knew we had to visit in Cologne was the Chocolate museum. The entrance fee was 9 euro. Situated by the river, it was a place where the smell of cocoa followed us through the entire stay. At the beginning of the exhibition, we got to know the origin of cocoa.

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There is also a wonderful tropical garden house with palm trees and cocoa plants. One of the things we enjoyed was a waffle with chocolate at the Lindt chocolate fountain.




The last day of our weekend getaway in Cologne was sunny and warm. Everybody was out and people were chilling by the river. A local told me that Cologne is wonderful when the weather is nice, and he was 100% right.


My friend F. told me about the carnival in February. It is so popular that you will hardly find accommodation in Cologne during this time of the year even months in advance. 


Overall, Cologne was a great experience and I'd love to return one day. What I noticed about the locals there was that they were very friendly and laid-back. Not to mention the cool city vibe, delicious food and great beer.


See you again, Cologne! Tschüs! 

Going to the Chocolate museum? Yes, please! Going to the Chocolate museum? Yes, please! Reviewed by Stanislava E. on October 25, 2016 Rating: 5

24 comments:

  1. Omg how fun! I would love to go there
    xx
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  2. A visit to a Chocolate Museum sounds like a no brainer to me! Why yes of course ;) Your trip to Cologne sounds like it was lovely. The city does exude a very chill vibe that comes across through your photos. I hope you will get to return Sany!

    You were one of the first to notice the change! I was still tweaking it over the weekend. Thanks for your sweet feedback!

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    1. I hope I will get to return too, Rowena! Thank you very much.

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  3. Hi Sany! Glad to hear that you was pleased with the visit in this city - it's always good to know that the locals were friendly and the food delicious :) What's more, I haven't had idea about the carnival in Cologne, I'll google it later, because I'm curious how this event looks like in this city. Moreover, I'm huge fan of chocolate, so this museum will be on my list what to do in Cologne too, especially when we talk about delicious chocolate from Lindt ;P
    Have a lovely evening, dear friend :)

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    1. The carnival is something I'd love to visit in Cologne. My friend told me that it's crazy. Yes, the museum was kind of delicious experience:)

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  4. Hello Sany! Yes, please also to me!:D It would be my first thing to do if happens to visit the city, and I do hope very soon. The chocolate museum truly sounds an amazing and gluttony experience, u also look very pretty and happy, I see how much you loved Cologne. Many kisses Sany! xo

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    1. Yes, Lilli, the museum was a nice experience, but to be honest I enjoyed the local pubs more, haha. I really liked it in Cologne indeed:)

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  5. Zdravei Sany!

    Reading your post, I really wish the people in Vegas were as laid-back.
    Incredible architecture and a real gem for tourists. Looking at these chocolates, I wish I had one right now with a cup of coffee to enjoy.

    I hope you're have a lovely week. Talk to you soon. <3 Radi

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    1. Здравей, Ради. I immediately noticed how peaceful and happy are people in Cologne. :)

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  6. I'm not a big beer drinker so that didn't entice me much, of course you'd previously mentioned CHOCOLATE and I was all in ;o) All jokes aside, Cologne looks like a cool place to hang out in

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    1. Cologne is a wonderful place. One of my fav already!:)

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  7. Omg! That chocolate factory must have been a great experience. I've never been in a place like that. It must be perfect :D It's great that the weather was so sunny. It looks even more beautiful like that and so are you. I can really tell that you enjoyed the trip. Looking forward to seeing where are you taking us next ;)

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, Tijana!

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  8. Hello Stanisalava,
    Yummy!I love hocolate!
    what a great post!
    thanks for sharing..
    xx
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  9. Oh my gosh, I'm a total chocolate-fanatic and so this place looks and sounds like heaven! haha. The tropical garden filled with palm trees and cocoa plants must have been incredible.

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    1. The museum is a perfect spot for chocolate-fanatics like you:) The tropical garden was an interesting experience.

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  10. I have been to a chocolate museum once but I don't think that it was in Cologne; what a sweet visit!

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    1. How many times have you visited, Cologne?

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  11. I wish you to revisit COLOGNE FOR MORE DAYS.

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  12. Well Cologne is nice, I went to the choclate museum twice already. By the way, did you went into the museum in the dome or inside of the dome at all? It's interresting stuff if you're interrested in history or similar things.

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    1. Yes, of course, I went inside the dome and I also went on top of the cathedral. It was very nice.

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  13. О какво хубаво местенце! Определено и аз бих го посетила :)

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