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The lands of Parma and Piacenza, with Roncole, Busseto, St. Agatha, are the lands of Giuseppe Verdi. They are the places where the great master Giuseppe Verdi lived. On the opposite bank of the Great River Po, there is Cremona, land of Antonio Stradivari, with ancient luthiers, museums and the new Museum of the Violin. A tour between these villages, is a musical and artistic tour between churches, castles, cottages, musical events in the theaters of Parma, Piacenza, Cremona and Busseto.

Art and Design

Going for romanic churches, medieval villages, archaeological sites, castles, museums, galleries, in the footsteps of great artists, Correggio, Parmigianino, Guercino, Botticelli, Antonello da Messina, Monet, Renoir, De Pisis: names that themselves are worth the trip. All this is possible between Parma, Piacenza, Cremona, where art and culture blend ancient traditions, in an uncontaminated landscape. You can visit public museums or private galleries, but also castles and residences, where art and design combine comfort and high hospitality.

River and lakes

In Europe and Italy, lakes, rivers and waterways, favor the rediscovery of villages, castles and monuments from a new perspective, from water, offering experiences of a relaxing holiday in contact with nature. In these contexts each appointment becomes event: sailings in sunset, live music and appetizers boat, nights on lakes and canals, on the banks of the Po. They are a new way to conceive the water as the basic symbol of life, peace and acceptance.

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Wine tasting tours to discover authentic traditions, cooking classes in farms, ancient castles, sensory pathways in wineries, vinegars, sausage factories, dairies and other production companies. And more food and wine festivals throughout Italy, with special attention to the triangle of land between Parma, Piacenza and Cremona, famous for Parmigiano, Culatello, Coppa Piacentina, the mustard, the Nougat ... just to name a few!