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- Has some restaurants, cinema, and some stores (H&M, carpisa, feltrinelli) - very nice but expected more.Written 8 April 2016This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Fascinating and very good value. A nice restaurant and shop too.
The stacks of cheeses maturing is a sight to behold.Written 22 May 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Stopped in during a recent day trip to Parma. Shopfront wasn’t prominent and was more of a hole in the wall. But the mint with chocolate chips was delicious gelato. It wasn’t as creamy at the Emilia gelato I tried shortly after, but it was well worth a try!Written 26 July 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The first impact in Loppis is impressive! It heppend by chance to jump into Loppis, and I found more than a fly market, I found an art gallery downstairs and a design vintage shop upstairs.
It's look like a huge Berlin Loft, full of wonderful stuff, some couriosity like a propeller fighter plane, or a super design lamp, old chairs, shabby table and plantly of small vintage jewelry and boxes... I thought: I'm in Parma?! Eleonora and Christian, the owners, are very kind, they offer me a swedish coffe and answer kindly to all my questions... every piece has a story and they are there to tell you about it. What else? I bought an old navy lamp for my girlfriend, she was very happy for the present! The place is near to the bounderies of the old city "oltretorrente" and you can reach the place easily by bycicle. It worth a trip if you travel to parma, is something different!Written 18 September 2013
- Amazing experience as always. We have visited before and Gianfranco is a proper artisan. He tells us exactly how he makes his pieces and it’s always a great experience visiting the store. Always find unique pieces and I wear them nearly everyday. Will be returning again and I always recommend my friends to check out his store.Written 25 June 2023
- We chose The Big Fives private tour and it was the perfect introduction to Emilia-Romagnan cuisine! Our guide, Monica, expertly toured us through the making of parmigiano reggiano cheese, culatello (such a treat!), various wines, and prosciutto before we visited a fifth-generation balsamic vinegar operation on our own. We even got to stop for photos of the impressive Castello di Torrechiara along the way. Monica was excellent, the food was superb, and it was great getting to try so many iconic Parma foods in a single day.
Note: Drive times between destinations can be up to an hour, which we didn't mind but can apparently be frustrating for some. We were just excited to see more of Italy!Written 17 November 2023
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