CiuCiu Cukier Artist

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Ciuciu Cukier Artist is the smallest sweets factory in the world. The area covering only 50 m2 provides thousands of delicious sweets and lollipops.

Without any machines, artificial colourings and preservatives, only based on recipes from the 17th and 18th century, this is how those unique hand-made sweets, available in almost 60 flavours, are made here!

In this manufacture, you can watch the entire production process of those unique goodies during special shows for children and adults. Participation in such an event is an unforgettable experience – you can see how ingredients turn into beautiful colourful sweets, enjoy the smell lingering during production, as well as participate in shaping lollipops or coming up with ideas for patterns of sweets.

The offer of CiuCiu also includes manufacturing company sweets and lollipops with logos – it is a unique gadget which draws a lot of attention and will guarantee that a brand is not easy to forget! Sweets with your own text or picture are also a great idea for a gift for someone really close to you.


38 Grodzka
+48 698 521 542
Opening hours:
10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

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