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Emilia Romagna Food & Car Itinerary?

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hi! I am planning a trip to the Italy and planning on a few days in the ER region to explore food & cars. Would love some advice on:

1. What would be the best city to be based out of? Parma? Modena? Bologna? (I have been to Bologna before)
2. Is it possible to do these activities by public transport or do we need a car? Prefer not to drive if possible.
3. How many days should we allocate to this part of our trip? (also planning on seeing other parts of Italy)

Musts:
- visit a parmesan factory
- lamborghini factory / musem
- pasta making / cooking class
- some amazing meals, but I suppose that goes without saying :D

Nice to see:
- proscuitto factory tour
- ferrari factory / museum

thank you!

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