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Definitely not to be missed when visiting Andria along with the Castel Del Monte!
However, this hidden gem of a museum will a nice sweet touch for your trip in the region and change your palate for all the olive oil :)
Great, unique and very sweet (in both metaphorical and literal sense) place. Guided tour with tasting the sweets produced by Mucci'ss conducted by Valentina very interesting and informative and the products delicious! Absolutely recommended!
What a treasure of a place to visit. The staff were friendly and informative and spoke excellent English. Sweet treats for all occasions and with tasters along the way. Impossible to come away without buying some treats of chocolate or marzipan. A museum, shop, and...More
We visited this chocolate shop last week and I loved it. Manuela, one of theowners, gave us the tour. It was so interesting and .....a real treat! The chocolate samples were so excellent. So glad I bought them.
We were treated to a tour of this museum and shop by Manuela, one of the fourth generation of the Mucci family to run this artisanal confetti producer. It was outstanding! We tasted many confetti and bonbons and each was delicious. They use only the...More
Visiting area of castel del monte and was recommended to visit this quaint candy shop in centro storico
The museum is traditional confetti making! Fantastic includes samples worth the 3 euro charge for informative visit! Thanks to Ilaria for the lovely tour!
Highly recommend! Don't...More
Family tour of this magical land mark. The tour included numerous tastes of their confetti, drawers & bonbons that were simply marvelous. Every step makes you appreciate the complexity and time consuming process of the expertise of this historical family company. We tasted numerous samples,...More
It's amazing to know how these fabulous chocolates were developed and honed through time with Passion. I used to eat chocolates and I couldn't care less about its story (if there is) what I know is that companies sell them to make big bucks. But...More
We visited this museum in April 2016 as part of our tour to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. It is truly a gem. The personal tour was excellent and we came away with presents for all the family. The young lady who took us round...More