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Has anyone been to the Eurochocolate festival in Perugia?

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We're going to be in Bologna for the month of October and hence will be there when the Annual Eurochocolate festival takes place in Perugia – Fri., Oct. 14 - Sun., Oct. 23. I read that that the best day to go is the first Sunday of the festival because during the day artists create sculptures out of huge chocolate blocks. It sounds like an interesting thing to go to, but I'm wondering if it's a zoo. Might it be better to go during the week, when it would be less crowded? We'd probably rent a car and perhaps make it an overnight trip, also visiting Assisi and/or San Marino (I'd welcome other suggestions) and probably NOT staying in Perugia. I read that "During the two weekends of the festival, a trolley, known as the Chocotram, will connect the two main piazzas of the city, so that you can park your vehicle nearby and hop on it. " so it sounds like it wouldn't be unreasonable to have a car.

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