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Parma Segway PT Authorized Tour

Segway PT Tour Parma


A tour to see the best of Parma: the history of the city tells about great lordships whose artistic excellences still shine throughout the city. Parma is a European capital with French taste, where you can find culture and gastronomy, parks and theaters.

The meeting point and departure is at via dei Farnese, corner of Ponte Verdi on the side of the Ducal Garden Ponte Verdi, on the side of the Ducal Garden -GPS 44°48'19.4"N 10°19'26.1"E-, which is an ideal place to start getting familiar with the Segway before going to explore the city.

We will start seeing Pilotta Palace, a monumental complex of buildings commissioned by the Farnese family. We will then head to Piazza S. Francesco, where we will park our Segways to visit the Casa del Suono (Sound House), a museum dedicated to the history and evolution of the equipments to reproduce and transmit music. We will then reach the monastic complex of St. John the Evangelist, before to visit the magnificent Piazza Duomo, where we will see the Romanesque baptistery made by the great Medieval architect Antelami. Here, we will enter in the richly frescoed Cathedral.

We will then pass through the focal point of city life, Piazza Garibaldi, and we will visit the Church of the Steccata, incredibly frescoed by Parmigianino. After a stroll along the river Parma, which gave the name to the city, we will arrive at the Teatro Regio. At the end of the tour we will cross the river to reach the green area of Ducal Garden. From here we will return to the meeting point, where we will end our tour.

It will always be possible to ask a stop to taste typical food (sweet, salty ...).

CSTRents guarantees a top quality service and the high competence of the supplying team.

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