Perugina Chocolate Factory
Lonely Planet review for Perugina Chocolate Factory
The trick for independent travellers visiting the Perugina chocolate factory is to either call ahead to arrange a guided tour, or simply latch on to a tour group (conducted in either Italian or English). After visiting the simple museum, you’ll wend your way through an enclosed sky bridge, watching as the white-outfitted Oomp...er, factory workers go about their god-granted talent of creating chocolate. Drive through the gates of the humorously nondescript factory entrance marked Nestlé, or take the bus to San Sisto.