Parma Car Rental
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Renting a car in Parma has never been so easy with GoCarRental.com. Go on our website, and discover our user-friendly search engine, which will help you choose the car you prefer, and visit Parma and Emilia. Parma is particularly famous for some well-known figures to which it gave birth, including Toscanini and Verdi, and for the various monuments that make it a city of timeless charm. It is situated in a strategic position, which historically has been a focal point of the Italian history. At the center of the Po Valley, this city is located midway between the Lombard north and the center, which was once part of the the Papal State, acting as a balance between the tendencies of both. A rental car is the best solution to go around the city easily, but also to explore its beautiful surroundings, rich in history and charm.
Things to do in Parma
Stay close to the center with the rental car you booked on our website, and you’ll be able to visit the most interesting monuments of the city very easily. Park near Palazzo della Pilotta, on the left bank of the river bearing the name Parma, then head to visit the Romanesque Cathedral and the Baptistery. Stroll around the neighborhood and discover the Medieval narrow streets. Visit Palazzo della Pilotta and the convent of St. John, and admire the amazing works of Correggio and Parmigianino. Look at the small shops that still populate the area, and have a taste of the famous Parmesan cheese, it is great delicacy! Go to Teatro Regio, where Toscanini conducted his first opera, and watch the beauty of Palazzo del Governatore and the Clock Tower.
Top 3 Must See:
Go to the Ducal Park
Visit the beautiful National Gallery
Walk through the narrow streets of the city centre and stock up on culatello
Drive Around Parma
Take your rental car and head to the nearby Certosa, where Stendhal set his most famous novel, or visit Canossa, a place of historical importance for the vicissitudes of Medieval Italy. Visit Colorno and the splendid Palazzo Farnese, or make a leap in the history of red and white Emilia, passing next to the “Big River”Po to Brescello that Guareschi painted and brought to the screen with Don Camillo and Peppone. Or head to Reggio Emilia and Modena, and if you feel to continue along the Via Emilia to the coast and Rimini and Riccione, you won’t regret it! Book your car on our website now, your car rental deal is just a click away!