Planète Musée du Chocolat
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Planète Musée du Chocolat information
It's certainly not planet-sized, but this small museum still makes an intriguing detour for chocophiles, exploring the Basque Country's long association with the cacao bean. Attractions include vintage chocolate making equipment, vintage posters and various other bits of ephemera – but it's the handmade chocs and frothy hot chocolate conclusion that always bring the biggest grins. Bus 9 runs past the front gate.