Belgian chocolates: famous Belgian pralines by Leonidas, Neuhaus, Godiva, Galler

The quality of the Belgian chocolates and famous Belgian pralines has been acknowledged worldwide. The chocolate “made in Belgium” is known as a delicacy. Belgian chocolate pralines have been the food of champions, a lure for lovers, the indulgence of the rich and later, the favorite of the masses.

Belgium produces 172,000 tons of chocolate per year with more than 2,000 chocolates shops throughout the country. Belgians consume about 9kg of chocolate and pralines each year. Famous Belgian chocolate pralines are sold in almost every country of the world with Leonidas keeping the leading position for its best chocolates and pralines sold at good price for the great quality and ultimate enjoyment of a real delicacy.

What’s so special about Belgian chocolate? You have to taste it for yourself in order to find out! 😉 A box of Belgian chocolate pralines is a perfect gift for almost any occasion. It is a sign of refined taste and warmth of feelings. And, chocolate is probably the second best friend of a girl after the diamond!

Pralines in Belgium are sublime chocolate confections. A beautifully sculpted chocolate shell conceals a center of filling which explodes with a surprising texture and flavor in your mouth. Many chocolatiers still make their pralines by hand. Every town and even small villages have chocolate stores with luxurious pralines. Some of the most famous chocolate pralines shops in Belgium are Leonidas, Neuhaus, Godiva, Galler…

Best Chocolate European events:

The European Chocolate Festival
Bruges , BELGIUM: March-April-May 2008

Best Chocolate places to visit in Belgium:

Museum of Cocoa and Chocolate in Belgium
Rue de la Tête d’Or, 9/11
1000 Brussels (Belgium)
Tel.: +32 (0)2 514 20 48


  1. Belgian chocolates are certainly the best! I always ask my Belgian friends to bring me a couple of boxes of Leonidas pralines when they come to visit Kiev! Hopefully, Leonidas will open a shop in Kiev soon!

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