Parma, town of aristocratic cultural traditions, rich of precious works of art and of its past of capital, famous for eminent sons and for artists that in be operated - from Benedetto Antelami to Salimbene, from Correggio to Parmigianino, from Bodoni to verdi to Toscanino - is situated halfway between Milan and Bologna, easily attainable for highway, railroad or airport. The territory of the province has immense and agreeable mountainous zones sprinkled from numerous castles and monuments of styles from the romanico to the art nouveau, those the Palazzo Vescovile, Palazzo della Pilotta and the Certosa of Paradigna. From capital differ to sunburs pattern four road directors that allow to reach the main valleys, which, coming down from the Appennini towards the river Po, carve and form the territory of the Province. Proceeding from East verse Ovest meet themselves of it burn of the Val of Arda, of the Valnure, of the Valtrebbia and of the Valtidone. In the immense comprensorio of the Val of Arda ( whose main principal centre is the citizen of Fiorenzuola) are to remember the medieval borgo of Castell'Arquato, with the Palazzo Pretorio of '400, the romanic Collegiata of XII century, the Rocca fourteenth-century Viscontea and the sixteenth-century tower farnesiano. Parma is note like the capital of Italy for its inimitable products, in particularly the Prosciutto of Parma, the pork and the well-known Parmigiano cheese. We find besides the fine Culatello of Zebello D. O. P, the Salami of Felino, the Vini of the Colli of Parma.