Parma, Reggio Emilia, Piacenza: a virtual tour in a land full of art, culture and flavours.
Unusual routes and itineraries to enter our homes the beauties and places of this land.
FOOD AND WINE AT HOME
1. Explore the Food Museums of the province of Parma
A virtual journey into products, harvesting and production techniques until final consumption, and why not, even between ancient castles and lush parks.
With this video (click here) you will discover the eight Food Museums of the province of Parma.
It is also possible to visit them individually through the virtual tours available on the website www.museidelcibo.it or by the following links:
- Salame Museum at Castello di Felino
- Wine Museum at Rocca Sanvitale of Sala Baganza
- Pasta Museum at Parco del Taro in Collecchio
- Tomato Museum at Parco del Taro in Collecchio
- Parmigiano Reggiano Museum in Soragna
- Culatello and Masalén Museum in Polesine Parmense
2. Visit Emilia Cooking Class with Stefania
Discover and try to cook a typical dish of Visit Emilia, in particular of the city of Reggio Emilia: the Erbazzone Reggiano.
Click here to watch the cooking lesson.
CULTURE AND CASTLE ON THE SOFA
Visit the Castles of Parma, Piacenza and Reggio Emilia
These lands have numerous castles, most of which have been preserved intact for centuries. Manors with mighty towers, ancient fortified villages or sumptuous palaces and residences with frescoes of the great painters of the sixteenth century as the Parmigianino, until more recent times; a varied landscape between the expanse of the plain and the quiet of the hills, a territory rich in history. Soragna, Castell'Arquato, Fontanellato, Vigoleno, Torrechiara, San Secondo, Colorno, Sala Baganza, Canossa and Bianello, are just some of the places to visit in these areas rich in culture and art.
Enjoy the images in this video (click here) and let's discover all the castles of Emilia browsing the website: www.castellidelducato.it
The small capitals of the Renaissance
Correggio, Gualtieri, Guastalla, Novellara, Scandiano, San Martino in Rio: they are the six small capitals of the Renaissance in the province of Reggio Emilia. A small area, but great for history and art.
Correggio, birthplace of one of the greatest artists ever, Antonio Allegri, called the Correggio. Visit Correggio
Gualtieri, feud of the Bentivoglio of Bologna and village that hosted Antonio Ligabue. Visit Gualtieri
Scandiano, land of Boiardo, the family of Matteo Maria, author of the Orlando Innamorato. In Scandiano Niccolò dell'Abate painted some scenes of the Eneide, now exhibited in the Estense Gallery of Modena. Visit Scandiano
Novellara and Guastalla, ruled by two branches of the Gonzaga dynasty. Visit Novellara and Guastalla
San Martino in Rio, ancient feud of Roberti of Reggio Emilia, his property passed from Estensi to Este, then, from the second half of the 18th century, to Rango d’Aragona. Visit San Martino in Rio
On the website www.piccolecapitalidelrinascimento.it you can find some videos to start your journey in the smalls capitals of Renaissance and some insights on the wonders that these ancient villages preserve.
Virtual Tour at Antonio Ligabue Museum of Gualtieri
Through this video (click here) you can make a virtual visit to the Antonio Ligabue Museum where are preserved some of the works that can be seen in the movie "Volevo nascondermi", which tells the story of Ligabue.
With the victory of the Silver Bear for the best actor, Elio Germano brought on the podium of the Berlin Festival a piece by Emilia: the great roman actor won thanks to his interpretation of Antonio Ligabue (Zurich, 1899 - Gualtieri, 1965), great artist who spent most of his life in Emilia, in Gualtieri, along the banks of the Po.
Visit Emilia with App and Social
Through the App QuickMuseum you can enter with audioguide in the Seminario Vescovile of Bedonia (Parma) and in the Museum and Archeological Park of Travo (Piacenza).
"Kronos" Museum in the Cathedral of Piacenza, Abbazia di Bobbio Museum and Museum Collection Mazzolini of Bobbio (Piacenza) communicate their heritage via social media through virtual guided tours made by museum workers (#StorieDalMuseoChiuso), games on knowledge of heritage (#GiochiDArte) and stories of iconographic depictions of saints that provide a final game for children (#QuantiSanti).
The Geological Museum of Castell’Arquato offers a virtual visit to the hall “Il golfo delle Balene”, dedicated to the cetaceans that populated the Pliocene Gulf and rich in finds of the valleys of Arda, Chiavenna and Ongina from the end of the Eighteenth century. On the website there are some videos of the discoveries of cetaceans in the collection and an audio about the “Nichi” of Leonardo da Vinci. www.museogeologico.it
With Google Arts and Culture you can visit Musei Civici of Reggio Emilia and those of Palazzo Farnese in Piacenza.
Festival Verdi Immersive 360° offer to the audience the emotion of being at the center of the stage of the Teatro Regio of Parma with the artists, thank to the panoramic images took by Parma University with a 360-degrees panoramic views. www.teatroregioparma.it
GiraReggio is an online map where you can take a virtual tour of the historical centre of Reggio Emilia and several thematic itineraries; you can also have 60-degrees views. www.girareggio.it
Livello 9 is a virtual museum of '900 of Reggio Emilia: his collection currently contains photos and insights on issues such as Rights, World War I, Friendship Reggio-Africa and Reggiana Football. www.livello9.it
Also in Reggio Emilia, Reggiane Urban Gallery is a virtual gallery, made in spherical photographs, which allows you to discover the works of street art of the ex industrial complex Ufficine Reggiane. reggianeurbangallery.it
Visit the Maramotti Collection in Reggio Emilia
The Maramotti Collection, one of the most important Italian collections of contemporary art, based in Reggio Emilia, offers the possibility of a virtual excursion thanks to the video created to allow everyone to see the museum from home.
The cultural productions of Parma have set up a website where you can enjoy the city’s culture while staying comfortably at home, waiting for Parma Italian Capital of Culture 2021.
Visit Piacenza staying at home
Piacenza presents its initiatives online, to be able to visit the beauties of the city respecting the restrictive measures, without moving from home.
- virtual tour at Cupola del Pordenone - Basilica di S. Maria di Campagna
- virtual tour at Cupola del Guercino - Kronos Museum
- virtual tour at Cattedrale di Piacenza
- virtual tour at Civic Museum of Natural History.
Virtual Exposition "Anthropocene. Sensitive paths"
Download the PDF of the project by Ugo Locatelli, a reflection on the present and future of our planet and the relationship between man and environment.
- Reggio Emilia's Theatres in streaming
Waiting to reopen the city’s theatres, Reggio Emilia offers live shows and events in streaming.
Music without bordersThe Youth Orchestra Luigi Cherubini shares a musical pill daily through videos (shot strictly from home) published on the social pages of the Municipal Theatre of Piacenza.