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It’s been almost a month since I am back from vacation to Italy, France and Spain.  I am going to share few of my exploration in those places through my upcoming posts for few weeks.  In these posts you will be seeing beautiful Italian streets, historical buildings and off-course food.  Here are few samples from the wonderful Place in Northern Italy a city known for its art, music and gastronomy....

The first place we landed in Italy was Parma. 

Parma is a city in the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna famous for its prosciutto, cheese, architecture and surrounding countryside. This is the home of the University of Parma, one of the oldest universities in the world.  Parma is a city which is true to its culture and heritage and it does not have western influence.  English is not a dominant language in Parma.  If you really want to see, feel and breathe Italy this is one of the place to go.

Parma, one of Italy's top gastronomic cities is famous for its delicious cheese (Parmigiano Reggiano), mouthwatering ham (prosciutto di Parma) and is also known for its delicate stuffed handmade pastas (tortellini, cappelletti and anolini) and outdoor markets.  The local sparkling red wine is called Lambrusco; great on its own and perfect with many of the local cuisine. 

Parma is a magnificent place to eat.   Even a small pizzeria serves top notch quality Pizza and Pasta.  Writing of Icecream here makes me scream for eating Italian Icecream.  Every street, nook and corner has gelateria and Cremeria.  The unique icecream flavors are mind blowing.  I ended up eating icecream everyday.  Parma gives the unique experience and opportunity to treat your taste buds, by teaching how to try genuine Italian food.   

Parma also has two food multinationals, Barilla and Parmalat.....Stay tunned

Palazzo del Governatore, Parma

Baptistery of Parma

Train Station in Parma 

Vintage Market


Loved the streets of was absolutely beautiful.  Each and every place in Italy was so artistic that cannot be described in words.



WEEKEND STREET FOOD MARKET had lots of local produce of cheese, chocolate, Jewellary etc truly enjoyable :)

Beautiful Doors Oh my god !!!!! I just fell in love with all rustic doors. 


Shobana  – (December 4, 2012 at 7:08 PM)  

How awesome is that place!!!! Fell in love just looking at the pics...I can't imagine how it must have been there!!!

subhashini  – (December 4, 2012 at 7:09 PM)  

Very nice pic. I felt as if I am seeing some Hollywood pics

great-secret-of-life  – (December 4, 2012 at 8:25 PM)  

very nice.. We visit Italy in June and from there I am trying my best to write the article :-)We enojoyed the trip to our core! Nice clicks and nice post!

Anonymous –   – (December 4, 2012 at 9:49 PM)  

Looks awesome. I want to go there!!

chef and her kitchen  – (December 4, 2012 at 10:08 PM)  

Nice photos..I am sure you ppl had a wonderful time

Priya Suresh  – (December 5, 2012 at 1:14 AM)  
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Priya Suresh  – (December 5, 2012 at 1:15 AM)  

Beautiful place, stunning clicks Pavi, i dont have that much chance to know about this lovely place, thanks for sharing ur beautiful clicks, fabulous visual treat.

turmericnspice  – (December 5, 2012 at 10:21 PM)  

My favorite country - I agree with you when you say that art is everywhere !! So true !! Stunning pix as usual

Raks  – (December 11, 2012 at 8:22 AM)  

Wonderful pictures pavi. Thanks for sharing :)

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