City Facts - Parma
Parma is a city in Northern Italy. Part of the Emilia-Romagna
region, it’s famous for many things including cheese, prosciutto, music and
architecture. It’s home to one of the oldest universities in the world (the University
of Parma), and boasts a wonderful collection of churches, cathedrals, museums
Already an established area by the Bronze Age, Verona has a
long, enduring history closely tied to the Roman Empire. During Antiquity it
served as an important gateway between Via Claudia and Via Aemilia, and, today
it’s recognised as a popular tourist destination.
Many visit for its sacred religious sites like Parma
Cathedral and the adjacent Parma Baptistery. Others while away the hours its
many cathedrals like Palazzo della Pilotta. Famous museums include the National
Gallery, Museo Lombardi and the Governor’s Palace.
Verona’s transport links are trains and trolleybuses. The
best place to catch a train is at Parma Railway station, while trollbeybuses
can be boarded all over the city. Verona’s main airport is Parma Airport.
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