Parma, former ducal capital, is a beautiful city not far from Bologna, renowned not only for the amount of theaters, museums and important archaeological and architectural heritage, but also because of its famous XI century University.
The main attractions in the city are located near the beautiful Piazza Duomo: among them stands the Basilica of Santa Maria Steccata, the impressive Monastery of St. Paul and the small Baroque church of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
The most representative city's buildings were built in the centuries during which Parma was the capital of the Duchy. Outstanding among them is the most important monumental complex of the Palazzo della Pilotta, built for the Farnese dukes in 1580, with the purpose of becoming the office of the Court and the State.
But Parma is also famous for the excellent local cuisine, particularly for the production of cheeses and hams.
|Guided Tour of the Centre of Parma, with Tasting of Typical Products||What better way to discover the treasures of Parma than with our guided tour that will give you the opportunity to fully enjoy the two main feature of this beautiful city: the artistic treasures and the food delights.|
|Food Valley Tour with Tasting of Four Typical Products||With this exciting food & wine tour you will visit the city of Parma and its greatest culinary delights! Among prosciutto, cold cuts, wine and cheeses you will move between the cities of Reggio Emilia and Modena to discover a vinegar factory where the famous balsamic vinegar is produced.|
|Food Tour of Parma and Surroundings with Tasting of Three Typical Products||The wonderful city of Parma, located in the Emilia-Romagna region, is renowned for its art and architecture, but especially for its culinary delights. With our guided tour you will have the opportunity to enjoy the food culture of the city, tasting its typical products.|