Weather: 22-25 °C, dry
two full days
Parma is situated in the Emilia-Romagna region, which is known for picturesque landscapes, and charming small towns – one of those is Parma.
Besides being cozy and charming, Parma is internationally known for its culinary contributions, most notably Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese (Parmesan cheese) and Parma ham (Prosciutto di Parma) which is a must to taste here.
We spent two full days there, which was okay to get the gist, but to really experience food, tiny streets, culture, and vibe I would add bit more to those two days.
Parma hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, celebrating its culture, music, and gastronomy. Our visit accidentally crossed with the gastronomy one, which I think is pretty decent festival to align travel plans to.