Italy is a place to spend a life at…but a handful of days are also good!
Being born and bred in the Parma area, the majority of our multi-day experiences are obviously focused on Emilia-Romagna’s food and motors pivots: from the educational experiences to learn about Parmigiano, Prosciutto, and Balsamic Vinegar to the most fanciful Ferrari test-drives – not to mention the uncountable fine-dining solutions no matter when and where – we have plenty of ingredients to create your ideal vacation in the area. Take The Emilia Days as an illustration. No matter if you are traveling north from Tuscany or south from Venice, we can always tailor 3–4 days in the magic triangle comprising Piacenza, Parma, Reggio-Emilia, Modena, and Bologna, which is the ultimate compendium of must-try deli foods with Denomination of Protected Origin and iconic Italian brands: Coppa, Pancetta, Salame, Prosciutto, Culatello, Parmigiano, top-notch wines of surprisingly high quality, and again Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Pagani, Barilla, Carpigiani. We advise you to immediately plunge in because the meal is rich.
Real pleasure-seekers may even want to hit the less beaten corners of our region… For this reason, we created the extended version of The Emilia Days, also known as The Via Emilia Food Route: a 7-day trip encompassing all the must-do activities in the region, from the most famous dishes of our cuisine to lesser-known specialties from the Adriatic coast like Piadina Romagnola, pit cheese, marinated anchovies, and extra virgin olive oil. Too much time spent in the same area? Then try the Northern Italy Foodie Tour Italy, which is the ideal fusion of the aforementioned world-famous Emilia-Romagna cuisine, attractive lake resorts in the Milan area, outstanding Chianti & Fiorentina experiences in Tuscany, and a last dive into the crystal-clear waters of Cinque Terre: one of the best food tours in Italy that showcases both the best of the nation’s natural beauty and the soul of Italian cuisine.