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Combine your love of chocolate and cheese with your passion for travel on this day trip to Gruyères from Geneva. Travel by minibus to the picturesque town of Gruyere. Visit a chocolate factory (The Caillier brand) and a cheese factory (La Maison du Gruyère) and learn about the production processes of these Swiss specialties. Learn all about Swiss culinary traditions and enjoy delicious cheese and chocolate tastings!
Chocolate Factory - Maison de Cailler
Dive into the wonderful world of Cailler chocolate with your every sense. Your eyes discover mysterious ancient Aztec cocoa rituals. Your ears hear fascinating accounts of the first ever chocolate recipe in Switzerland. Your hands feel roasted cocoa beans and your nose wants to follow the aroma of freshly made chocolate. After, the tour you are left alone in the tasting room to try as much chocolate as you like.
Gruyère Old Town
At the foot of the Pre-Alps, you will be enchanted by the charm and picturesque architecture of the medieval town of Gruyère’s. The town has given its name to the area and to its delicious cheese. Come and explore a little town that’s been unaffected
by the passage of time. Visit the impressive medieval castle and delight in the town’s wonderful gastronomy.
La Maison du Gruyère Cheese Factory
Snuggling near the mountain pastures at the foot of Gruyère’s Castle, La Maison du Gruyère invites you to discover Le Gruyère AOP.
The Maison du Gruyère takes you into the heart of the senses with an exhibition on fragrances and tastes. You will discover the secrets of cheese-making according to ancestral tradition.
Panoramic Stop on Wine Terrace
Lavaux is internationally famous as a terraced wine- growing region on the shores of Lake Geneva.
Part of the Lavaux (bas-Lavaux) has been recognised since 2007 as a world heritage site by UNESCO.
We will stop here for some truly mesmerizing panoramic views.