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Villino di Porporano – the affordable Luxury Cool B&B country house, Parma

Villino di Porporano – the affordable Luxury B&B country house, Parma When I first arrived at Villino to collect my clients for our Parma food tour, I was amazed how near it was to town … 8 minutes by car and here I was surrounded by countryside and the aroma of fresh coffee. Elena arrived…
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July 23, 2012 0

Parma Food Tours – choosing the best one… talking Quality and Ham tours

You have a choice This is our No 1 Parma Ham tour destination… … this one we know as the best.   On the inside all the facts and cultural history   Tastings are offered and Lunch is the perfect place to relax and enjoy   The 3 Kings Tours of FWT Parma Our Lunch…
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July 18, 2012 0

NEW BUDGET BEATER TOUR!!! WTFood Tour! 89.00 per person Full day picnic inc

   NEW BUDGET BEATER SELF-DRIVE TOUR!!!  WTFood Tour!   An all new budget tour taking in Parmigiano Reggiano, Parma Ham, Balsamico with a picnic lunch atop a mountain vista!!!          S p e c i a l   S p e c i a l   S p e c i a l   S p…
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July 17, 2012 0

Magical Country Food strolling – The Parma Hills, Italy

      Looking for a natural high!!?? Our tour below starts off at double the height of the Shard London! Walking days … in the lap    Bergotto range 640m ABSL – Our start point Our days in the Porcini and Truffle hills and mountains are absolutely delightful… amidst nature, 11th century hamlets and…
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July 10, 2012 0

What Are Food Prices in Italy? Food n Wine Tours 2018

  What Are Food Prices in Italy? by Gabi Logan, Demand Media Dinner for two in a nice restaurant with a bottle or liter of wine averages 28.00 euros.Not bad for the best food in the world! Italy is home to a wide variety of fresh foods — pasta, sausage, figs and sun-dried tomatoes —…
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July 4, 2012 0

Secret of Emilia-Romagna

SAVE FOR LATER… OR… READ ON! The Fecund Secret of Emilia-Romagna by Patrick Symmes | Published September 2009 | See more Condé Nast Traveler articles › Local treasure: Il Ristorantino di Colomba serves Ferrara’s traditional cappellacci di zucca, handmade pasta stuffed with squash. MORE ON EMILIA-ROMAGNA The Filthy, Fecund Secret of Emilia-Romagna Emilia-Romagna: Where to Stay, Eat, and Play…
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July 2, 2011 0