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REGGIO EMILIA GASTRONOMY TOUR - WALK&TASTE lunch included
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REGGIO EMILIA GASTRONOMY TOUR - WALK&TASTE lunch included

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Reggio Emilia is considered the heart of the Food Valley. <br><br>Known as one of the most livable cities in Italy, in the last few years Reggio (that’s how locals call it) has started attracting a growing number of international tourists looking for a real Italian environment. <br><br>This activity will give you the chance to meet the local people and discover the amazing food shops of old town, where you will taste the most famous local products, such as Parmigiano-Reggiano, balsamic vinegar, erbazzone etc.<br><br>After a brief city walk tour, will take you to the food district where you will find plenty of food shops, coffee bars, bakeries, deli and pastry shops. <br><br>Here you will experience the best local enogastronomic tastings.<br>All tastings will make your full lunch.
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physicsgeek wrote a review Oct 2017
Beavercreek, Ohio209 contributions64 helpful votes
Worth visiting when in Reggio Emilia. The birth of the Italian colors and pattern to its flag occurred here. Impressive room.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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RangerMD wrote a review Aug 2017
Panorama, Greece18 contributions7 helpful votes
Worth of a quick look, if down town Reggio. Staff is polite but does not speak english (at least those we talked to).
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Date of experience: February 2017
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josette e wrote a review May 2017
Zabbar, Malta10 contributions6 helpful votes
The museum is very informative and with lift. Staff was very helpful. A small leaflet is given when you enter museum with good information. When we were there, a guided tour was given to school children. The tour was different but all school children were enjoying and taking part of the tour. We joined the tour and it was great !!
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Date of experience: April 2017
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LetiziaC88 wrote a review Nov 2016
Milan, Italy23 contributions5 helpful votes
a must-see in Reggio is Sala Tricolore, where the Ticolore (the italian flag) was used first, before becoming the national flag. a very beautiful place.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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themanofec wrote a review Jul 2016
North Canton, Ohio459 contributions155 helpful votes
It was worth it to go in and look around. Very pretty. The museum itself is worth the visit to learn about the history of the flag.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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