With its close proximity to Casa Artom, Gino's was the first place I got a croissant. This one came with a surprise inside. What I thought was a little strip of honey ended up being some apricot jam, not bad but I was not expecting it at all. Very sweet and flaky on top, not as moist as I would like on inside.
Rosa Salva (Venice): I was told the chocolate croissants here are the best. I ran here today...during a thunderstorm and was disappointed. This was the most expensive croissant, at €1.40. It was very dry and the only thing saving it was the chocolate cream which reminded me of the chocolate fritelles from Tonolo.
(Rome) €1.50-- Forgot the name of the place, but it was a Nutella croissant. Giant croissant with a ton of Nutella. Delicious and soft with an orange hint to it.
Fuori (Venice): €1
Probably the best croissant I've had in Venice. I have gotten their chocolate one and blueberry jam. They have a very flaky outer crunch to them.
Address: 38 Rue des Abbesses, 75018 Paris, France Of course Paris had the best croissant, no questions asked. I am adding all the details for this one because it was THE BEST and cheapest coming in at only €1. It was flaky and buttery and everything you could ask for in a croissant.