Belgium is the land of chocolate. Brimming with chocolate factories, museums, schools, and stores, this tiny European country has earned its place as a chocolate world leader. Read on to find out why Belgian chocolate is so magical and where to get it from on your next trip to Belgium!

The Magic Of Belgian Chocolate

Get Top-Quality Belgian Chocolates At Château Blanc, Antwerp

Visiting The Chocolate Line is like a rite of passage for those visiting Bruges, as this authentic Belgian brand has been around for more than 20 years now. The flavors are diverse and unexpected, with such delicacies as fried onions (Cebolla), wasabi (Green Tokyo), and bacon (Miss Piggy) all making an appearance in their exclusive collection.


For those who aren’t so adventurous, you can also find classic flavors such as ordinary milk, white, and dark chocolate on offer in the display window. The Chocolate Line also packages their chocolates exquisitely, making them ideal choices for gifts.

The Bruges Chocolate Line store has undergone renovations and is now big enough to exhibit the complete chocolate-making process, from “tree to bar”. It has been hailed as one of the world’s most creative chocolate shops and is worth braving the crowds to go inside and experience it for yourself.

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth At Chocolaterie Mary, Brussels

Visit Ypres For Leonidas Fresh Belgian Chocolates

Today, Leonidas is one of the world’s most adored chocolate brands, serving up everything from pralines and Easter eggs to confectionary and ice cream. There are Leonidas stores located all over Belgium and other countries around the world. It is one of the most famous chocolate shops in Ypres and should definitely be on your bucket list if you happen to be visiting the historic town.Leonidas is a family business that has been passed down for four generations and uses experienced Maître Chocolatiers to come up with new and exciting flavors. These chocolates are so delicious that they’ve even made fans of the Belgian Royal Family.NEXT: 10 Great Reasons Belgium Should Be On Your Next Itinerary