Parma is not just ham, not just Parmigiano-Reggiano. But also Correggio, Parmigianino, the Farnese, Maria Luigia. And again, the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Teatro Regio… Visiting it with a professional tour guide is the best way to capture every little nuance that a city can offer: Giacomo Cacciatore will accompany you and will deepen for you the history and the artistic culture of the city to then accompany you with an excursus dedicated to its gastronomic tradition by giving you the simplest tools to decode the cultural and artistic stratification of a city in continuity of life
Parma welcomes you with its excellences in its streets, in the villages with typical houses side by side, in its sunny squares. A petite capital to live in the sumptuous palaces, in the shopping streets, in that ducal heritage that permeates the Parmesan style, between fashion mood and tradition. While preserving the signs of a two-thousand-year history, Parma shows a nineteenth-century dress, from the typical yellow ocher (the yellow Parma!) That colors the buildings of the center, with bridges elegantly aligned to bypass the river, zipper that divides the heart from the city from more traditional “Oltretorrente” district, a district that today also has a multi-ethnic and university face. But Parma is also production, industry, development and promotion of art.
Giacomo is available for guided tours in Italian and English and for guided tours on the archeology of which he is an expert. Discover the proposal “Appointment to the Palace” by Giacomo Cacciatore for Parma City of Gastronomy.