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The Park of 100 Lakes is located in the eastern Apennine near Parma, at the border of the provinces of Reggio-Emilia and Massa-Carrara. Just over an hour away from Parma you can find great hikes of varying levels starting from the mountaintop restaurant/bars of Lagdei or Lago Santo. ...

Tree-top adventure runs for kids and adults in the National Park of the Tuscan-Emilian Appenines. There are 9 courses for children (with a minimum height of 1m) and 12 courses for teenagers and  adults (minimum height 140cm). There is also archery, min-golf, playgrounds for kids with sand pits, and places...

Parco Nevicati is located 15 minutes away by car from the centre of Parma. The gardens of a beautiful old villa have been transformed into a park, a small “zoo”, and a playground. With a snack bar in the centre and a small library, it makes a great place to...

Prenatal Yoga classes can be found at Parma Yoga. These are gentle classes for mothers-to-be which can be very helpful in reaching a deep peace of mind during pregnancy and also suitable for resuming physical activity in the post-natal period. Classes focus on deep relaxation, feeling the relation with the...

An English Speaking Mommy & Me Group for Moms with babies and children from 0 to 6 years. The club was founded to create a network and to give information that is helpful for English speaking moms who are raising children in Parma. They meet the first Monday of each month at...

Nestled in the heart of the town, Piazza Duomo is a large square where you will find the Cattedrale, Battistero, Museo Diocesano and the Palazzo Vescovile. The cathedral is considered to be one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in Italy. It is open every day from 10am until...