Parma will become Italy’s Capital of Culture 2020. The city won the competition with the slogan “Culture beats time”. Emilia Romagna, the region for which Parma is the capital, is the home of musicians Giuseppe Verdi and Luciano Pavarotti. From Parma, you can visit both of their birthplaces. The most famous and world-known gourmet specialties are the Parma ham and the Parmesan cheese called Parmigiano Reggiano. Enjoy with us the city of excellent Italian cuisine and experience art and music.

The city is preparing an interesting cultural program for 2020, restaurants will be gearing up their menus and the historical sites and highlights of the city will shine in the best light. We recommend planning for a visit as part of a trip to Tuscany or Cinqueterre. Please let us know if we can help you with that.

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Milano24ore invites you to a very special New Year in downtown Milano. You will stay in a beautiful hotel within walking distance to the Teatro Alla Scala, the Cathedral and the Christmas Market. Enjoy one or two performances in the Teatro Alla Scala – Ballet and Opera. New Year’s Eve you will enjoy a gourmet dinner in the heart of the city. And in the new year, our excellent guide will pick you up for a sightseeing tour on foot in this wonderful historic city.

The 2020 season will open at La Scala in Milan on 7 December 2019. The opera Tosca by Giacomo Puccini starring Anna Netrebko will be performed.

Matera in the southern Italian region of Basilicata is famous for its cave dwellings. Matera is European Capital of Culture 2019.

Join us in celebrating the 20th anniversary of milano24ore’s business in 2020

Leonardo da Vinci year 2019: On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the universal genius’s death, numerous events are taking place throughout Italy.

The entry fee to Venice is still to be decided. From 2020, the entrance fee for visitors to Venice will be a done deal. From 1 January 2020, admission will be staggered depending on the season.