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Barbados Chocolate & Pastry Festival 2018

Where:   Bridgetown, Barbados
When:    Saturday, April 14, 2018
Details are subject to change by the organizers, for final event location & dates, check "Event related information" section below.
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Barbados Chocolate & Pastry Festival is held in the glorious island of Barbados. The Chocolate Festival is designed for chocolate lovers who come to the sweet culinary celebration.
Among the various tasting events the visitors can enjoy: 
  • Exhibition and display of chocolate and specialty pastries
  • Various competitions
  • Tutorials, demos, and more 
The festival's program, venue, exhibitors information etc. is present in the festival's link website. See details below, under "Event Related Information" section.

Attractive and lowest prices, suited for all budgets.
Confirmation of your reservation will be mailed to you promptly as part of the easy and simple reservation
Barbados Chocolate Festival poster
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Please note that the details of the event are subject to change. We strongly recommended that you check with the organizers before making any travel arrangements.
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Event related information
Barbados Chocolate & Pastry Festival
(246) 571-9315 Barbados Office
(203) 539-1076 USA Office

Bridgetown travel information
Dialing code: 424
Longitude: -59.61667°
Latitude: 13.1°
Barbados information address: Barbados Tourism Authority Harbour Road, Bridgetown Barbados Telephone: +1 (246) 427-2623 Fax: +1 (246) 426-4080
Tourist website:

Barbados country details
Location: Caribbean, island in the North Atlantic Ocean, northeast of Venezuela.
Capital: Bridgetown
Currency: Barbadian dollar (BBD)
Voltage and Frequency: 115V 50 Hz
Dialing country code: +1-246
Language: English

Barbados background and overview:
The island was uninhabited when first settled by the British in 1627. Slaves worked the sugar plantations established on the island until 1834 when slavery was abolished.
The economy remained heavily dependent on sugar, rum, and molasses production through most of the 20th century. The gradual introduction of social and political reforms in the 1940s and 1950s led to complete independence from the UK in 1966. In the 1990s, tourism and manufacturing surpassed the sugar industry in economic importance.

[Courtesy of The World Factbook]