When you first visit Parma, be sure that you have checked this sites on your list of places that you should not miss.

- Piazza Duomo, enter the 12th century Cathedral and admire the fresco Virgin’s Assumption painted by Correggio on the duomo;

- Walk to the Baptistery, an architectural jewel that blends Romanesque and Gothic styles and houses 13th and 14th centuries frescos depicting biblical scenes;

- Visit the Steccata Church, a reinassance jewel where you can admire Parmigianino frescos

- Visit the Palace of the Pilotta. There, you’ll be in the hub of Parma’s culture: the Palatine Library, the National Archeological Museum, the National Gallery, the Farnese Theatre and the Bodoni Museum share all that majestic space.

- Have a relaxing walk in Parco Ducale, just over the Pilotta bridge. You’ll find some cool during the summer months!

- Be mesmerized by an opera at Theatre Regio, ”the” site in the world for great opera, admire de neo-classical building inaugurated in 1829.

- Attend a concert at Auditorium Paganini and admire the imperial perspectives of the newly rebuilt building, once a sugar factory;