The Museums of Food bike circuit routes, which complement the Pedalart itineraries and were created in collaboration with FIAB, run on low-traffic roads in the foothills of Parma and the Po River.
Two museums on the banks of the Great River, revealing a magical and unexpected world, and a great bike path.
Passing through the Boschi di Carrega Regional Park, the historic hunting estate of the Farnese Dukes, we then reach the Wine Museum, in the evocative cellars of the Rocca Sanvitale di Sala Baganza, exciting for its frescoes and the rooms on the piano nobile.
On the first hills, Malvasia vineyards and the tangible memory of Garibaldi's visit.
It is Felino Castle that is home to the Salame di Felino Museum, the destination of another beautiful bike route that starts from Parma station and passes through Torrechiara Castle to the Prosciutto Museum in Langhirano, where you can experience the history of the king of cured meats.
To visit the Porcini Mushroom Museum, on the other hand, one must follow the Alta Val Taro loop, departing from the Borgotaro train station to pedal through the historic center, rich in stately palaces, memories linked to Elisabetta Farnese and fine churches.