If you’re into milk chocolate, there’s no better place to go than Zurich, the capital of the nation where it was first created. In a country where there is more chocolate consumed than anywhere else around the globe, Zurich is the heart of chocolate production, and Lindt, Teuscher and Sprungli all have factories and stores here. One of the main attractions in Zurich is the Lindt & Sprungli chocolate factory which offers a museum chronicling the company’s history, an entertaining tour and lots of free chocolate tasting. If you want to try something really unique, take a ride on the Swiss Chocolate Train which departs from Montreaux, making a stop in Gruyeres where Gruyere cheese is made, ultimately arriving in Broc where you’ll get a tour of the Cailler-Nestle factory. Another fabulous adventure can be had on the Bahnhofstrasse, the most expensive street in Zurich, where next to Chanel, Armani and Louis Vuitton, you’ll find some of the best makers of chocolate in the world. Teuscher, an old-fashioned chocolate shop offers more than a hundred different specialties – all made according to traditional, chemical-free recipes. The Champagne Truffles are legendary, made with Don Perignon champagne, buttercream and dark ganache.