Foodie’s Delight 3 Food Tour: Experience the Culinary Gems of Italy
Are you a food lover and looking for an authentic Italian food experience? Look no further than the Foodie’s Delight 3 Food Tour departing from Modena or Bologna. But did you know that you can also take this tour starting from Milan, Parma or Reggio Emilia, Venice and Verona or Turin? By taking the Italo train or Freccie high-speed trains, you can arrive at Stazione Medio Padana, which is conveniently located near the starting point of the tour.
Stazione Medio Padana is a modern train station that offers various services to travelers, including a food court, luggage storage, and free Wi-Fi. Once you arrive at the station, We can pick up from there!
The Foodie’s Delight 3 Food Tour offers an unforgettable culinary experience that includes three stops: Parmesan cheese production, balsamic vinegar producer, and Villani’s Salami, famous for its Parma ham, mortadella, and prosciutto San Daniele. You’ll have the opportunity to taste and purchase these delicious products at bargain prices.
On Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays, the tour is automatically upgraded to include a visit to the prosciutto factory, where you can see the full production process of this famous Italian cured meat. On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, you can upgrade your tour to include a visit to Prosciuttificio Leonardi or Guerzoni instead of MUSA, for a full prosciutto production tour.
Additionally, you can add on a winery brunch or cooking class at an organic winery to extend your foodie adventure. The tour ends at around 13.00 hours, but with the add-ons, it can last until 15.30 or 16.00.
The Foodie’s Delight 3 Food Tour is available 7 days a week and is conducted in English only. Private tours are not available, but the groups are small, ensuring an intimate and personalized experience.
If you’re coming from Milan, Parma, or Reggio Emilia, take advantage of the Italo or Freccie high-speed trains to arrive at Stazione Medio Padana, and then join this fantastic food tour.
If you’re coming from Milan, you can take the Italo train, which takes about 40 minutes to reach Stazione Medio Padana. From Parma or Reggio Emilia, the train ride takes around 15-40 minutes.
Stazione Medio Padana is a modern and stylish train station located in the northeastern part of the city of Reggio Emilia, in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. It is an important transportation hub that connects various cities in Italy, including Milan, Bologna, Verona, Venice, and more.
The station was designed by the famous Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, who is known for his innovative and futuristic designs. The station building features a large and airy atrium with a glass roof, which allows plenty of natural light to filter in. There are also several shops, restaurants, and cafes within the station, making it a convenient place to grab a bite to eat or do some shopping while waiting for your train.
Stazione Medio Padana is well-equipped with modern facilities and amenities, including free Wi-Fi, luggage storage, ticket offices, and information desks. It is also fully accessible to people with disabilities, with elevators and ramps available throughout the station.
If you’re planning to take the Foodie’s Delight 3 Food Tour departing from Modena, Bologna, or any other nearby city, Stazione Medio Padana is an excellent place to start your journey. The station is well-connected to the rest of the city and the region, with several public transportation options available, including buses and taxis.
Timetables available form The Trainline.