SWITZERLAND – Lindt Home of Chocolate, a new attraction in Kilchberg, Switzerland, is set to open in summer 2020. It will feature museum exhibits, an interactive multimedia experience with audio guide, and a show production facility that demonstrates Lindt’s latest manufacturing and automation technologies. Tours promise “chocolate tasting to your heart’s content.” In the world’s largest Lindt chocolate shop, guests can watch as a master chocolatier puts finishing touches on freshly produced pralines, bars and other delicacies. They can indulge in Lindt drinking chocolate at the Lindt Chocolate Cafe while looking out over the striking chocolate fountain. Chocolate-making courses let guests make their own creations. Kilchberg is about 20 minutes south of Zurich.
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