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Florence Day Trip to Parma ~ Private Tour from Florence

Private Tours of Parma ~ Parmesan Cheese and Balsamic Vinegar Tasting

winecheese2Your Parma private tour includes: services of our gourmet guide, private transportation.

Additional Cost for Parmesan Cheese and Balsamic Vinegar Tasting: Approximately 12 Euro per person for each tasting.

Departure Points:  Florence

NOTE: Other Departure Points are Available.

Enjoy a culinary tour as we take you on a private tour of Parma. Your private tour of Parma will take you north of Florence to the region of Emilia Romagna.  Your English-speaking tour guide will take the autostrada to Bologna and cross the Appennini Tosco-Emiliani mountains. The landscape will transform as soon as you reach Bologna, the capital of the region, as you will be in middle of Padana Valley, the biggest and most important agricultural valley in Italy.

You will tour Parma, situated halfway between Milan and Bologna. Famous for Proscuitto and Parmesan cheese, Parma is the culinary capital of Italy. Your private tour will take you to a Parmesan cheese factory, where you will hear about making process of this beloved product, strictly bound to its place of origin.

Parma’s historical city center boasts important monuments of both the Roman and Liberty styles as well. You will enjoy a tour of such city sights as a beautiful 11th century cathedral, the baptistery, the 16th century church of Steccata, and the square of Pillotta. Parma also produced some important artists like Benedetto Antelami, Salimbene, Correggio, Parmigianino, Bodoni, Verdi and Toscanini, whose works can be viewed here.



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