If you taste Parma's famous prosciutto you never go back. Parma is one of the culinary capitals of Italy. Visit the area and you'll immerse yourself in a culture of rich lunches and delicious dinner. Italy's most famous cheese—the Parmigiano Reggiano—comes from this area: you are in the capital of the parmesan.
Parma is a touristic destination not only because of its culinary importance, but also its medieval architecture. Particularly famous are its many churches.
Visitors have the opportunity to explore the surrounding countryside, and taste even more characteristic flavours.
There is also some amazing museums and buildings in Parma. A must-see are the frescos inside the cathedral.
Cremona is a quiet and cosy town of northern Italy in Lombardy located east of Milano.
This city of around 70,000 inhabitants is well worth a visit and has always been a major centre in musi…