In the province of Piacenza a few kilometres from the town,"Parchi del Ducato" welcome you.
Parma, Reggio Emilia and Piacenza: three cities, three provinces, a single territory that sums up and sublimates the organic and multi-thematic tourist vocation of different souls in history and orientation but at the same time deeply united in their desire to offer experiential paths.
The three territories, which share gastronomic, naturalistic characteristics and a history of Castles and Fortresses, are also joined by themes and elements that are shown in all the seasons.
Walking along the streets of the Bassa, where the thin fog has become a fundamental element of the landscape and of the production process of typical local cold cuts, arriving up to the mountains of the Apennines, you discover a heterogeneous and rich territory: villages, Castles of the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza, gullies in the lands of canossa, the scents and flavors typical of the great river Po, the Museums of Food - dedicated to products such as Prosciutto di Parma or Parmigiano Reggiano- and everything that the Food Valley gives to those who love good food.
These three lands are like the fruit of a single thought that runs slowly to the incessant rhythm of a nature made of rows of trees, natural parks, reserves, lakes and mysterious woods.
The time, as in the scores of Verdi and Toscanini, follows a strong and harmonious rhythm, raises towards the sky like the domes frescoed by the correggio and by the Pordenone, on which the Italian flag born in Reggio Emilia ideally waves.
Tourist destination but also starting and passing point, crossed by stretches of ancient pilgrimage paths and itineraries for road bikes and mountain bikes, to the fortresses and thermal oases, where you can relax after a game of golf, a winter weekend on skis or a day spent between the stands of the fairgrounds.
In the province of Parma a few kilometres from the town,"Parchi del Ducato" welcome you.
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