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Driving from Rome to Parma - Route?

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Driving from Rome to Parma - Route?

This September we will be flying into Rome (FCO) from Chicago and have decided to pick up our rental car at the airport and drive to Parma. (We have reservations for two nights at Antica Corte Pallavicina and they are sold out for the rest of the week, so making the trip to Parma that day is a decision we've made). So dear posters, what is the best route to take? Google Maps shows the A1 as the first choice but there is an alternate up the coast. We are looking for the least stressful, most efficient way to get there. I have been assuming the A1 route would be that, but would appreciate hearing from you.

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The A1, for sure. I've driven the coastal route and didn't find it that interesting. I've driven from Parma to Rome in a huge rainstorm on the A1 and lived to tell the tale. That's a bi of a hike to do immediately after arrival bu it's the sort of thing we do. I love Parma and hope you eat tons of culatello with torte fritta. I particularly like the Hotel Button, btw.

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Thanks! We are so looking forward to the trip and will do our best to eat EVERYTHING.

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