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The weather in Parma City
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 31° On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 0° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Holiday lettings in Parma bring you to gourmet Italian cuisine
Your holiday home in Parma, Italy is the beginning of a gastronomic adventure that is second to none. Typical accommodations in the area include old town apartments and villas with pools.
UNESCO Creative City for Gastronomy
Parma is famous for its food: Parmesan cheese, Parma ham, Lambrusco wine... Recognized by the UNESCO for its gastronomy, there's no end to the foodie pleasures in store here. Visit the Saturday market for a slice of Italian heritage.
Between the food stalls and the traditional restaurants, there are a number of museums dedicated to food, focusing on everything from cured pork to tomatoes. Finish at Cocchi restaurant, where the prosciutto melts in the mouth, and Parmesan peeks through meat-oriented mains too.
Artworks and aesthetic heritage
Parma fostered the Renaissance painter Correggio, the 19th c. composer Giuseppe Verdi, and the conductor from the 20th c., Arturo Toscanini. Channel this musical heritage, and enjoy opera, ballet and jazz in the opulent Teatro Regio. You can also take the half hour tour behind the stage.
Next, take in the ceiling frescoes by Correggio at the Camera di San Paolo in a former convent and the dome of San Giovanni Evangelista. There's also a Correggio cupola at the Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta.
Artistic and gastronomic adventures
Venture to the Palazzo della Pilotta, a former palace that is now an art venue. Dating back to the 16th c., the building houses a collection of spectacular medieval panels, Florentine masterpieces, and Canaletto's Venetian cityscapes.
Via Luigi Carlo Farini is a bubbling part of town where you'll find sparkling Franciacorta wines and rich Sicilian red wines at a specialist wine bar called Tabarro. Artisan beers are on offer at Vecchie Maniere Birreria Parmigiana.
Round off your gastronomic expedition at Banchini's ice-cream parlour, run by the city's longstanding chocolate manufacturer. Chocolate is of course the best flavour, but you'll find everything from hazelnut to pistachio.
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