The Three Kings Tour, run by Parma Food n Wine Tours, is the best food tour in Parma Italy. It took me on a journey of intense food pleasure over an entire day. It’s a tour I highly recommend if you love food, love Italy, love learning about authentic manufacturing processes, or, all of the above.
What’s included in the tour?
The Three Kings Food Tour covers three well known Italian food items. It commences with a visit to the Parmigiano Reggiano factory, followed by the Parma Ham factory. The day is broken up by lunch and there are several options for you to choose from. (at an additional cost) In the afternoon, a visit to a Balsamic Vinegar producer rounds off a fantastic day.
- This is a self drive tour so having your own vehicle is essential. If you arrived in Parma by air or rail, and do not have a car, it is recommended that you hire one for the day.
- You may take a tour to one destination, or two but I highly recommended the Three Kings Tour that allows you to see all three.
- There are vegetarian options available as a substitute for the Parma ham tour.
If you are interested in going on this fabulous tour, please fill out the form below and note the following?
- Dates you are interested in (Note: Because the people you visit on this food tour are operating businesses, more than 24 hours notice is required to make a booking.)
- Number of people in your party
- Whether you are ok to share the tour with other people (not your car, just the tour)
- Any dietary requirements
Once you complete the form and hit send, an email will be sent directly to Parma Food n Wine Tours who will respond to you directly with information relating to your requirements.
Interested in this food tour? Make a booking or enquiry directly with Parma Food n Wine Tours here!
Need a car? Click on this image for more information and great rates for European car hire.
Still not sure about what’s involved, For more detail on the individual parts of the tour, check out my articles here.
This food tour is great to do at anytime. Remember, places on the tour are snapped up fast during the peak season of June-August, so you will need to book early to avoid disappointment.