The Torrazzo is in effect one of the monuments that best symbolizes the city of Cremona: it is in fact the highest medieval brick bell tower in Europe (about 112.22 m). Its structure exemplifies the extreme accuracy of ancient construction techniques and is considered a perfect combination of extremely different architectural styles. Thanks to the...Read more
Make your own way to the Museum of Parmesan Cheese (Museo del Parmigiano-Reggiano) in Parma before your allocated entrance time and use your skip-the-line ticket to head straight to the front of the queue.
Once inside, spend as long as you like exploring the museum’s fascinating exhibitions, which chronicle the history of Parmesan,...Read more
The Antonio Stradivari Violin Museum, based in Cremona, is dedicated to Cremonese violin making of all time. It is at the same time a Museum, an Auditorium and a research center on ancient and modern violin...Read more
Visitors will have the opportunity to climb up the highest medieval masonry tower in Europe to admire the surrounding panorama and during the ascent will be able to visit the rooms of the Vertical Museum dedicated to measuring time and its perception by man with interesting reproductions of watches and instruments used in antiquity as well as...Read more
"I dreamed for the first time of building a Labyrinth about thirty years ago, at the time when I was a guest, in my country house near Parma, the Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges. It was by talking to him that the first was formed embryo of the project that, if initially had a rather personal and private character, today I see as a legacy to my...Read more