Chocolate trade show Paris 2013 from October 30th to November 3rd promises to be an exciting event for those who are passionate about chocolate. Be a part of the gourmet extravaganza that is Salon du Chocolat by booking a stay at Hotel Opera Lafayette, where you'll be within easy reach of the exhibition space at Porte de Versailles.
Discover everything you've always wanted to know about this exceptional product when you visit the Salon du Chocolat Paris (Chocolate trade show Paris) at Porte de Versailles in Paris. From 30th October till 3rd November 2013, over 400 participants will intrigue and delight you with sweet treats, shows and displays.
For the 2013 edition of Salon du Chocolat, the exhibition space has been increased to an astounding 20,000 square metres with all the world's most famous names in confectionery in Pavilion 5.2 and 5.3, where you can explore the history of chocolate, methods of production, new products and so much more.
This exciting event features an outstanding range of attractions, shows and displays to appeal to all ages. Take part in workshops and interactive exhibits, and see the Annual Chocolate Awards honouring the very best French and international confectioners.
A treasure trove awaits you in in Pavilion 5.1, where a host of chocolatiers, confectioners and pastry chefs offer delicacies in every imaginable flavour and style. Don't forget to stock up on gourmet treats as presents for friends, or to enjoy at home.
The 2013 Chocolate Fashion Show promises to be one of the highlights of the event, and Salon du Chocolat were the first to bring this concept to audiences. Marvel at the results of mergers between talented young designers and some of the top names in chocolate each afternoon at 5.00 p.m.
At the end of a busy day at this fabulous chocolate trade show in Paris, the welcoming and cosy atmosphere of Hotel Opera Lafayette is a relaxing complement to the perfect trip.
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Hotel Opéra Lafayette, a 3* hotel in Paris between Gare du Nord and Opera area