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Need Advice - Bologna/Parma/Reggio? Which one(s) for 2 days?

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Hi: would like to see the Emilia-Romagna region for 2 days in between going to Venice and then to Zurich (via Milan) by train. I can't decide which town to stay in. I am looking for a local experience of a cooking class, great food, a few sights. I'd like to stay in one place for the 2 nights instead of jumping around. Also, some of the cooking classes in Bologna are really expensive, so maybe they're less in the smaller towns? Anyway, can someone please advise on which place would be best to stay in and perhaps a recommendation on a cooking class/tour, etc. I know about Allesandro's tours, but I'd rather spend money on a great cooking class than a balsamic/cheese tour, though we'll do it if we can budget it. Thank you! Julia

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