Express delivery with
1/ Order before 2 pm.
2/ Your package will be shipped the same day.
3/ Next-day delivery.
When will my chocolate be delivered ?
Deliveries are sent to the address you have provided via DHL EXPRESS from Monday until Friday from 8 am to 6 pm.
How much are the delivery charges ?
Planète Chocolat offers you secure methods of payment. Our delivery charges for Hungary are €25.30 including tax.
|Before 2 PM
||Shipped on the same day
|After 2 PM
||Shipped the next day
Is delivery also possible on weekends or public holidays ?
Unfortunetly, no , DHL only delivers from Monday to Friday between 08:00 - 18:00 and does not work during public holidays.
Have your chocolates delivered to Hungary !
Whether you reside in the capital, Budapest, in a city like Debrecen, Győr, or Pécs, or in the Hungarian countryside, Planète Chocolat assures the delivery of chocolates. So you can start or continue to enjoy products which never see a drop in quality.
Hungary: a relationship with chocolate that dates back to the last century
Hungary is an Central European country, bordering Austria, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, Ukraine, Croatia and Romania. Its passion for chocolate really exists, as evidenced by the history of Magyar confectioneries in the 20th century. It isn’t well-known for its chocolate, but the country nevertheless has been able to develop a dynamic market around the Stühmer House which opened in...1868 ! Other big names are associated with the confectionery and chocolate sector: the Szerencsi House, founded in 1923, the Szamos House, created in 1935, etc. The passion for chocolate in Hungary is also symbolized by a locally well-known character, named Artúr Gombóc. His main characteristic: to love chocolate more than anything ! It’s no accident that chocolate has a special place in Hungarian culinary specialties, obviously in desserts and pastries !
Gourmet specialties made with chocolate
Considered the best pastry from Hungary, the Dobos cake, Dobos torta for those in the know, is a chocolate cake with a caramelised top. This pastry bears the name of its creator, József Dobos. The great significance of chocolate is verified by eating a rigó jancsi, a flaky puff pastry, filled with chocolate whipped cream, or a túró rudi, a cheese curd coated in chocolate. If you have the chance to get there, maybe you’ll have the chance to try a Gundel palacsinta, a crepe folded in four, stuffed with hazelnut crème, sprinkled with hot chocolate before setting to flame. If you still aren’t convinced by the Hungarians’ appetite for chocolate, go to the Budapest museum dedicated to it.