In 2015, the Unesco recognition as “creative city of gastronomy”, soon – in 2020 – that of Italian Capital of Culture. Parma and its food valley are universally known for their ability to preserve an unrivaled gastronomic heritage, which gives the world products such as Parmigiano Reggiano or the famous Parma ham, but now it’s time to turn a broader look to the beautiful city, rich in history, art and culture. Among the gastronomic events not to be missed there are the Gardens and Gourmet Museums, from 1 May to 30 June 2020, with gastronomic walks that combine flavors, art, nature and music in the most evocative places of the city, and Piazza Garibaldi from 9 to 17 May, in homage to the gastronomic culture of the territory, with the participation of professional chefs. The Thousand’s Dinner in Piazza Garibaldi and Strada della Repubblica on 8 September, which will transform the city into an open-air restaurant. Naturally, there will be theatrical performances, guided tours, film screenings, exhibitions, installations, music festival debates, which will animate the new Italian Capital of Culture throughout 2020. If you want to visit Parma and you’re looking for private services, such as private transfers and private tours, contact us at: info@romeanditaly.it

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