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Itinera Emilia - Day Tours in Parma & Emilia Romagna

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#11 of 27 Tours in Parma
Parma, Italy
About Itinera Emilia - Day Tours in Parma & Emilia Romagna
Itinera Emilia Tour Guides is a team of Tourism Experts in Italy. They offer tours of Parma, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia, Modena and Bologna and FOOD Tours, with Local production of some of the best and most well-known cheeses - Parmigiano Reggiano-, cured meats - Parma ham - and Traditional balsamic vinegar, wine. The highly qualified personnel in this Team of Guides offer corporate and leisure guide services that showcase the historical, artistic, gastronomic, and cultural heritage of this rich region.
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Reviewed June 27, 2018 via mobile

We had the best time ever! Georgia was amazing! She made the day so interesting and had such a passion for Parma it was an honour to spend the day with her! We did the Parma factory, then balsamic tour and prosciutto factory all fantastic

Date of experience: June 2018
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Reviewed March 12, 2018

I was going to spend a few days in Italy last month with my wife and a couple of friends and we decided to include one day in Parma in our tour. The reason we wanted to go to Parma was our passion for good...More

Date of experience: February 2018
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Reviewed June 3, 2017 via mobile

Excellent guide, Amalda Cuka. From team itineria Emilia. We visited modena and bolognia. She was so kind and very well prepared. She knows her subject. We recommend her

Date of experience: March 2017
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Reviewed July 12, 2016

We, a group of 5 friends, recently asked Itinera Emilia for suggested tours on our visit to the region. The entire team of Elsabeta, Claudia and Amalda were extremely knowlegable of their area and were a delight to deal with. We visited a Parmessan Factory,...More

Date of experience: July 2016
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Reviewed April 17, 2016 via mobile

Amalda and Elizabeth provided a memorable two days of food, wine, and history to honor my retirement. I will be back to visit with my wife!

Date of experience: April 2016
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Reviewed November 22, 2015

Parma really is the city of hidden gems. Behind plain facades lie the most amazing treasures, and our guide Amalda was excellent and explained everything brilliantly. A visit to the wooden theatre is an absolute must, as is the Cathedral and make sure you take...More

Date of experience: November 2015
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Reviewed October 1, 2015

Parma was our first stop on a two-week visit to Italy, and our first morning was spent with Amalda. What a treat that was! She knew so much about the local foods we were seeing, and she treated us like good friends throughout the entire...More

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Date of experience: September 2015
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Reviewed September 13, 2015

This is a must do. My husband and i were on vacation in our home in Camogli. We woke up early and drove the 2 hours for the 9am tour. It was 100% worth it! Maria elizabetta was our guide. It was only her and...More

Date of experience: September 2015
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Reviewed July 13, 2015

My husband and I had a private day long tour with Elisabetta, first to the parmigiana-reggiano cheese factory, then to see the process for making traditional balsamic vinegar. In the afternoon, we toured the historic and artistic sights in the wonderful city of Parma. She...More

Date of experience: July 2015
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Reviewed January 10, 2015

I would recommend it to all of you that want to know more about the beautiful city of Parma! The incredibly talented Elisabetta took us around and pointed out all the little tiny details of the city. Made me love Parma!

Date of experience: December 2014
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Hi. My husband and I (in our 60's) and our son (32) are flying into Milan and then going to Parma to see a doctor (specialist)(July 19). After seeing the doctor, we would like to see the sites of Parma and after the doctor visit (the 20th). We would like to see at least one castle, a cheese factory, something to do with a winery or wine production, and any other unique things in Parma (perhaps a cathedral or church). After the doctor's appointment, we would like to go to Venice. We do want to ride in a gondola. We will be in Italy through the 25 or so of July (we have not set dates yet) but we would also like to go to Venice and perhaps Verona or Bologna. I am extremely anxious to make plane reservations. Also, our budget is somewhat limited because of the expenses associated with our son's health issues. Thus, we want to see key sites but not luxury tour. We are happy to do day tours (with groups) (or with guide if not too costly). Would it be better for us to travel on our own to each town, and then get a day tour there? Or is there an affordable tour to take us to at least Parma and Venice and perhaps Bologna or Verona. Also, is there anything we should see in Milan? Right now we just plan to rely on Milan for the airport. Can we leave Italy from somewhere other than Milan? Is there an airport near Venice? Because we have to make travel plans quickly and we are coming to see doctor, we didn't/don't have much time for research. We are not very interested in statues, buildings, paintings, etc although wish to see a small amount of that. We prefer seeing factories/production of products, anything to do with boats and water (gondola) (seaside), like ancient history, and if there is a "must see" (famous site) we should see it too. But after one or two churches and museums we don't need to see more. We need to stay in affordable hotels (around $100 U.S. per night). Is this possible? Should we limit ourselves to just Parma and Venice? (note: if doctor can do surgery, we will be returning to Mantua in 6 months to a year). How do we get from one town to another? Are trains easy to use? Is there Uber? We don't speak Italian. Thank you. We anticipate flying from Los Angeles to Milan. Any advice on best airlines or where to have plane stops on way to Milan is appreciated (LA to NY to London to Milan?) (LA to Frankfurt to Milan?). Thanks for help. We are not 100% budget, but would like to go most affordable way. We are mobile - can climb stairs, etc. but I have some knee issues so lengthy walking tours are not a good idea. Thank you. Mary
May 24, 2019|
Response from Elisabetta I | Property representative |
Hi Mary, thank you for your request. You've addressed it to a group of guides based in Parma So the best option for you is to find other guides to ask them about the places you're going to include in your itinerary in... More
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July 9, 2018|
Response from Elisabetta I | Property representative |
Hello! If you come by train you can have the cheese tour because the cheese factory is reacheble by cab from the railway station. For the ham and other plants a car is necessary. If you are still interested please write us... More
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