Discover Parma’s treasures with Artemilia Parma Guided Tours

Discover Parma’s treasures with Artemilia Parma Guided Tours

Discover Parma’s Treasures with Artemilia Parma Guided Tours!

“Sunday at the Museum” is back, the MIBACT initiative which provides free entrance to state museums ad archeological sites every first Sunday of the month.

On this occasion, meant to promote the Italian historical, artistic and cultural heritage, Artemilia Parma Guided Tours proposes a special tour to discover some of Parma’s finest masterpieces: “Discover Parma’s Treasures”.

Admire Parma’s treasures on a unique walking tour dedicated to its medieval and renaissance history, strolling through medieval streets and among ancient buildings with an Artemilia Parma Tour Guide you will listen to the stories of medieval sculptors, architects, renaissance painters, monks, abbesses and noble dukes and discover something more of the fascinating history of this town.

On this walk you will explore Piazza Duomo, with the Cathedral (inside) and the Baptistery (outside), among the most outstanding Romanesque works of art, and be introduced to the tucked away places where time stands still, visiting the Camera di San Paolo and the Old Apothecary of Saint John the Evangelist.

Don’t loose this exciting walking tour across Parma’s treasures!

The tour lasts 2 hours and a half.

Meeting with the Artemilia Parma Tour Guide  in front of the Cathedral at 10:20 am.

This tour is for individuals and groups and booking is not necessary.

Fees: Guided Tour cost: euro 10,00; free for children under 18 years of age accompanied by an adult. Cathedral entrance fee: euro 2,00; free for children under 12. There are no Museums entrance fees to be paid.


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Sunday, 7th May 2017

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Sunday, 3rd September 2017

Sunday, 1st October 2017

Sunday, 5th November 2017

Sunday, 3rd December 2017

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Foto su gentile concessione del Ministero dei Beni  e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo – Polo Museale Regionale dell’Emilia Romagna.