Paris Chocolate Walk Itineraries

Several companies in Paris offer guided “chocolate tours.” Prices for these group tours, which usually last 2 to 3 hours, can range from around 25 to 90 euros per person.

For those who prefer to follow the chocolate trail at their own pace (and save the tour fees for chocolate goodies), ChocoParis is pleased to offer the three chocolate walk itineraries below.

As the number of amazing luxury chocolate shops along these routes may appear overwhelming, our suggestion is to plan to spend a little time in perhaps three or four of them, and at least have a look around inside the others.

Before you set out, use the Paris chocolate shops map to check store hours and avoid being disappointed.

ChocoParis itineraries do not recommend which items you should try. Your own taste and senses should provide plenty of guidance. My aim is simply to help you plan your gourmet chocolate exploration.

More itineraries will be added as time permits.

As this is a new feature, your feedback is welcome.


Itinerary 1 (Left Bank, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, longer walk)

Itinerary 2 (Left Bank, Saint-Germain-des-Prés, shorter walk)

Itinerary 3 (Right Bank, Saint-Honoré)


Paris walking guides

9 thoughts on “Paris Chocolate Walk Itineraries”

  1. I have made copies and plan to take a chocolate walk with my teenage granddaughter when we visit Paris in two weeks. Is is a perfect activity for different generations and walk number one is only a few blocks from our hotel! Now if you would just make some suggestions for what we should try at each, it would be perfect. If chocolate did not melt, I would take some home for the family. With liquids being forbidden on planes these days, chocolate seems like a good substitute for wine 🙂

  2. My husband and I took the long walk and it was one of our favorite afternoons during our 2nd trip to Paris. Pascal Caffet and Cacao et Chocalot had closed down when we went in April 2011, but the walk and all the other chocolate was amazing!

  3. My wife and I recently did your chocolate walks. Thanks for the great list of places to see and visit! 🙂

    I have one piece of advice for everyone: be aware that some of these chocolate shops are fairly high-end. My wife and I got sticker-shock from some of the prices: 45 Euros for 1 kilogram of assorted chocolates… all the way up to 93 Euros for 1 kilogram for “fine chocolate”. Even the macaroons were around 1.75 Euro each, which seemed very high.

  4. Hello,
    I stumbled over this website as I am planning a visit to Paris in two weeks time. The chocolate walks seem amazing. Do you happen to know any shops that sell things for MAKING chocolate? Molds, utensils, airbrushes and things like that. I heard Rue Bonaparte should be good for that, but I can´t seem to find the shops.
    Thanking you in advance,

  5. Hi, We will be visiting Paris with our kids (ages 8, 10, 12) in March. Thank you for putting this itinerary together! We are trying to stick to a budget, so can you suggest any places that offer free samples? I read a review on TripAdvisor that mentioned that the shops they went to on a group tour all seemed to be offering free samples. Thank you!

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