Nazionale Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Viale Matteotti, 43, Salsomaggiore Terme, Emilia-Romagna, 43039, Italy
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local cheese dealer

by KoGGy

Hi,
during our holidays in Italy me and my parents loved the Italian Parmesan-cheese (not the plastic-packed one from the supermarket, but the huge pieces of a kilogram or so that they sell in small-corner-cheese-shops). Now I had the idea to import one of these pieces and give it to my parents as a christmas present. But where can I buy it without going to Italy? Does anyone know an eMail-adress of one of those small-corner-shops in Parma or somewhere else in Italy?
regards
KoGGy

Re: local cheese dealer

by brotherleelove

The best is known as Parmagiano (or Parmigiano) Reggiano, and it is easily found in good cheese shops and specialty food stores all over the world. The chances are good that you will be able to find it near you without having to bother with having it sent to you from Parma.

Re: Re: local cheese dealer

by effeti

MMmmmmm i can't belive you cannot find parmigiano in any deli shop in Hamburg...
It will be expencive, maybe, but with no delivery fee on it...

just to learn to know it is real parmigiano reggiano, take a look at this page:

http://www2.parmigiano-reggiano.it/database/parmigianoreggiano/parmigianoreggiano1.nsf/b4604a8b566ce010c125684d00471e00/9774ec66d40793e0c1256bc600363f9b!OpenDocument

Ciao

Francesco

Re: local cheese dealer

by buasaard

Not necessarily the quality of Parmigiano sold in small cheese shops is better than the plastick-packed in supermarket.
There are also great parmigiano packed. You must choose those with the official mark.
The colour must not be too light.
As Lee said, the best quality is "Parmigiano Reggiano".
You should of course not buy the cheese called "Parmesan", it is simply not the same cheese.

I find it strange you can't find in Germany, with so many italians around, you should search in an italian food shop.A friend of mine in Frankfurt buys often Parmigiano, though she admits it's a bit expensive.

Re: Re: local cheese dealer

by PaulEtherington

I have bought parmesan cheese in Italy and also here in the UK from specialist delicatessans. I've also bought it plastic wrapped from Aldi, but the portions are always smaller. The quality of both has always been high - its a key ingredient for Pesto (mmm - I'm addicted to pesto!)

RE: local cheese dealer

by shatam

I ordered parmigiano cheese from this website -- www.parmaitaly.it. I sent the order over the Internet on Sat. and received the cheese in California on Wed. My friend orders her cheese from this website all the time. Good Luck!

Travel Tips for Parma

Piazza Garibaldi

by matcrazy1

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Piazza Garibaldi (Garibaldi Square) is the central point of Parma - noisy and busy but interesting with monument of Garibaldi, astronomic clock (+ normal clock hehe) on the wall of this yellow building and a few restaurants with tables outside.
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Football

by matcrazy1

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AC Parma is one of the leading Italian and European football clubs.
Although they were defeated (1-4) by my favourite Polish football team Wisla Krakow (my former hometown hehe) in European UEFA Cup in November 2002.

AC Parma stadium is located about 1 km from historic center of the city.
Unfortunately there was no match when I was in Parma. But if you are interested in football it maybe great fun to watch leading European football team (+ their fans :-) in action
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yummy yummy

by PALLINA about Podere San Faustino

Located not far from freeway A1 exit in a former anciant cowshed, this place combines innovation and the best Parma's cuisine. There is a big room (in the former cowshed) with a big "salumi" table in the middle (where all salumi are sliced with artcrafted maschines) and salumi hanging from the wall. Tables are sufficiently far from another. Food is really good; do not miss salumi with torta fritta (literally fried pie...it substitues bread but it's a tasty fried stuff) or primi piatti. Main courses and desserts are also outstanding, although portions are not that big, upon my tastes. I tried:
torta fritta and mixed salumi
potatoes gnocchi with hare sauce and foie-gras
apples tarte tatin

Duomo - overview

by Mikebond

The great Romanesque church was built in the second half of the 11th century and became a cathedral in 1106, but it was widely rearranged between 1130 and 1178. The sandstone facade has three series of little loggias and a protiro with two lions supporting columns, which Giambono da Bissone added in 1281.
The church has a Latin-cross shape and consists of a nave with two aisles. It has been undergoing a restoration from 1981 to this year, when Parma celebrates the 900 years since the proclamation of the cathedral and the end of the works at the facade. I didn't photograph the facade during my visit in 2004 because it was still covered with scaffolding.

Duomo - inside: more art works

by Mikebond

The first photo of this tip depicts the Deposition (around 1180) by Benedetto Antelami, one of the most interesting attractions of the museum. The painting in the second picture may represent an evangelist, but I'm not sure.

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