” … And there was a mountain of grated parmesan, on top of which were people who were making naught else but macaroni and ravioli and cooking them in capon broth, and then they were throwing them down, and the more one could grab, the more one had… ”
Or so exclaims Giovanni Boccaccio in the Decameron, the King of Cheeses, which is worth celebrating in Soragna thanks to the Museum of Parmigiano Reggiano.
Just outside an old castle you will discover everything there is to know about this masterpiece of taste, from the Middle Ages to the present day, thanks to ancient tools and absolutely evocative surroundings. The, you can
- From 1/03 to 8/12: Saturday/Sunday/Public holidays 10.00 – 13.00 e 15.00 – 18.00 (other days upon reservation only
- From 8/12 to 1/03: Upon reservation only. Entrance fee: € 5,00 (tour and tasting) / € 4,00 groups (min. 15 people)
Guided tours (up to 25 people): 20,00€ on top of the entrance fee.
C/o Corte Castellazzi
Via Volta, 5
Entrance through the pedestrian walkway on Viale dei Mille