Parma – the city of gastronomy.
The offer is available in the following categories
- Individual travellers
- Eight trains daily from Zurich, four from Geneva, three from Basel to Milan.
- Travel to Parma from Milan in only one hour and ten minutes with the Frecciabianca by Trenitalia.
- Change trains easily at the modern, renovated Milano Centrale station.
Parma is famous for its culinary delicacies and attracts visitors from all over the world with its top-class cuisine. And if you come for the excellent food, you’ll stay for the unique museums and the beauty of its architectural gems.
Parma as a destination is still an insider’s secret and a meeting point in northern Italy for lovers of traditional cuisine — who doesn’t know and love the specialities of the region, such as Parma ham, Culatello di Zibello and Parmiggiano Reggiano. It’s not for nothing that Parma was named UNESCO Food City in 2015. Parma is also going to be the Italian capital of culture in 2020.