Her name is Fairy Bema and she’s a gentle ghost for the young brides. She arrived for the first time in Montechiarugolo in the year 1593, during a visit that Ranuccio I made to the… Read more >>
Discovering Parma, city of art and good living, and the near Torrechiara Castle, through the steps of Marco.
“I always say that in our blood there is no blue blood, there are pins”. (Micol Fontana) Sorelle Fontana (literally “Fontana Sisters”, also known as Sorelle Fontana, Alta Moda srl) is an Italian fashion house,… Read more >>
Few cities in the world can sum up the roaring spirit of the Belle Époque like Salsomaggiore Terme, near Parma. Salsomaggiore was the place to be for the European jet set. Here you could encounter… Read more >>
Could our food photography workshop not land in the recently elected UNESCO Creative City for Gastronomy? It was only a matter of time! Last Thursday, the food photography workshop SelfieDOP stopped in Parma for a… Read more >>
The square named “Ghiaia” is an old town square of Parma, for centuries destined to the city market. Originally, the Parma river flowed where today exists the square. The flooding happened in 1177 left dry the… Read more >>