In 2022, World Chocolate Day will be celebrated all throughout Europe! This day is dedicated to the delicious and sweet treat that is chocolate. Every country has their own unique way of celebrating, so we wanted to give you a sneak peak at some of the festivities that will be taking place. From chocolate festivals to wine and chocolate pairings, there is something for everyone! Keep reading to learn more about European celebrations for World Chocolate Day 2022.
In Italy, one of the biggest celebrations will be taking place in the city of Perugia. The Perugina Chocolate Festival has been a tradition for over 80 years and it is one of the most anticipated events of the year! Visitors can expect to find stalls selling all kinds of chocolate, from traditional Italian recipes to more modern creations. There will also be cooking demonstrations, workshops, and tastings. This is the perfect event for anyone who loves chocolate!
France is another country that knows how to celebrate World Chocolate Day in style. In Paris, the famous La Maison du Chocolat will be hosting a special event where visitors can learn about the history of chocolate and taste some of the most iconic chocolate recipes. There will also be a chocolate-themed afternoon tea, which sounds like the perfect way to spend a summer day!
Spain is another country with some great celebrations planned for World Chocolate Day 2022. In Madrid, the Chocolateria San Ginés will be offering free churros (a traditional Spanish dessert) to anyone who purchases a hot chocolate. And in Barcelona, the Cacao Barry Chocolate Experience will be giving visitors the chance to learn about the process of making chocolate, from bean to bar. There will also be tastings and pairings, so you can sample some of the world’s best chocolate.
So, if you’re looking for a fun and delicious way to celebrate World Chocolate Day, be sure to check out some of the European celebrations. Chocolate lovers will not be disappointed!
Do you have a favorite way to eat chocolate? Let us know in the comments below! And don’t forget to check out our blog for more wonderful European Celebrations-