Parma: city centre tour
from € 110 per person
from € 110 per group
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from € 110 per person
from € 110 per group
Parma: city centre tour
from € 110 per person
from € 110 per group
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Parma: city centre tour

Private sightseeing tour Introduction:
Parma has a wealth of sightseeing draws, many of them linked to the years when this was a Farnese and Bourbon dukedom and it has elevated a taste for the good life into a global brand: Parma ham and Parmesan cheese are served across the globe.


Duration 2h
20 participants maximum
Service with guide


The tour starts with Palazzo della Pilotta, built in the 16th century. and the Farnese theatre, a 17th century wooden theatre where the first-ever revolving stages were installed. Piazza del Duomo has three beautiful buildings: the cathedral, the Bishop’s Palace, and the 12th century Baptistery. Parma’s octagon-shaped Baptistery fully justifies a trip to Parma. Inside, sixteen painted sections rise to the dome’s pinnacle. In Piazza Garibaldi, the heart of Parma since Roman times many of the buildings date from the 13th through the 16th century. The tour ends in Via Farini where nice locals and shop windows show the best of the Parma cuisine

Tour Highlights:
The walking tour starts from the most important monuments in Parma: Palazzo della Pilotta, Farnese theatre (it is possible to visit the interior according to the opening times), Piazza del Duomo, Cathedral (it is possible to visit the interior according to the opening times and services), Bishop’s Palace, Baptistery (it is possible to visit the interior according to the opening times), Piazza Garibaldi and Via Farini where it is possible to see nice locals and shops which sell Parma typical products.


The tour includes:

The tour cost includes 2,00 hours guided tour in Parma only


The tour does not include:

Tickets for Teatro Farnese € 2,00/each and for the baptistery € 6,00/each
Tasting fees
Transportation is not included but I can help you with train or private vehicle:
If you plan your visit from Bologna, return train ticket costs € 14 per person and it takes 1 hour by "Regionale" and € 18 and it takes less than 1 hour by "Regionale Veloce".
If you plan your visit from Milan Central Station return train ticket costs € 22 per person and it takes 1h30 by "Regionale Veloce" trains. Return train tickets on "Frecciabianca" trains € 26 and on "Frecciarossa" trains € 46,00 on this two types of trains reservations are needed and they take 1h10.


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Tour code: 

JE6Y124725


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