A Parma holiday letting will give visitors an authentic Italian experience, as one can explore the city independently and see the many sights and attractions on one's own schedule. This city lies within the region of Emilia-Romagna. As well as destinations such as Bologna and Ferrara, this is one of the most visited places in the region and it's easy to see why. Tourists renting Parma holiday homes can make the most of the city's rich culinary tradition, offering some of the best gastronomical specialities in the country. Indeed, Parma is famous for its ham. There is a lot of old architecture here and it is a lively city. Aside from this, another of the charms of Parma is that it is surrounded by gorgeous countryside, so people looking for a city break who also want to enjoy the natural beauty characteristic of Italy, are in the right place in Parma.
Recommended recreation for people staying in Parma holiday lettings
In Parma, there are architectural gems at every corner. One of the highlights is the Pallazzo della Pilotta. This 1853 edifice is now home to several museums of interest as well as being the site of the Faronese Theate, an exceptional building. For even more ancient architecture, the Old Hospital was built in 1250 and now serves as a Communal Library. The Citadella is a 16th century fortress and also well-worth checking out. If you're renting a holiday apartment in Parma and also want to get in touch with nature in the city, there is a botanical gardens here which is maintained by the University of Parma. The National Gallery is also highly recommended. There is a wealth of religious buildings throughout the city, each of which boast some impressive and unique designs. Enjoy discovering this spectacular city as you rent a Parma holiday home.