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Etruscan city walls and an ancient Roman city center: Italy’s cradle for food lovers and artists; this is wonderful Parma.
Modernity and tradition have always characterized the city; a place where classical and contemporary art coexist together in an urban environment of unparalleled beauty.
With the passing of time Parma has become a center of new identities and events. In fact, amongst the most famous ones in the city we can find: the Reggio Parma Festival (opera, prose and dance festival), the Teatro Festival (international event which recalls the tradition of the historic Parma University Festival) and in autumn the Natura Dèi Teatri (international festival of research theater). Furthermore, Parma is home to the international competition for conductors dedicated to Arturo Toscanini, a native of the city (1867-1957).
In the heart of the historical city center you may find the Sina Maria Luigia from the name of Napoleon's wife who reigned over the city. A true legend and she’s still considered to be a milestone for the citizens of Parma.
The hotel is surrounded by the beauty of a unique landscape, designed by nature, history and culture which guides the traveler through unforgettable itineraries.
The structure is well positioned near the wine roads, flavors and food museums, where guests are embark on a journey through the tastes of a land which has been able to transform its own products in unique gastronomic experiences.
Moreover, just a stone’s throw from the hotel, you will find yourself immediately immersed in the old city center. Among the main attractions you will find:
• Episcopal Palace
• The Dome
• Baptistery (the most important monument of the Middle Ages in Italy)
• San Giovanni Evangelista
• Steccata’s Church
• Pilotta Palace, with the extraordinary Teatro Farnese
• City Hall
• Regio Theatre (among the most illustrious Opera houses in Italy)
• Annunciata’s Church
• Certosa di Paradigna
• Ducal Palace
• Governor's Palace
• Old Hospital
• Italian Museum of Perfumery
The stay in Parma may end on a high note if you decide to have dinner at the hotel's Maxim’s restaurant where you may taste the local specialties and discover the excellence of the territory comfortably seated at your table.