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Parma Golosa Food Tours (Worth It?)

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I am looking to spend a day in Parma in September and need advice on the highly recommended Parma Golosa Food Tour (http://www.parmagolosa.it/).

The tour get incredible reviews on TripAdvisor (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_Review-g187804-d736998-Reviews-Parma_Golosa_Gourmet_Tours-Parma_Province_of_Parma_Emilia_Romagna.html) but I have reservations and was hoping someone had been on the tour.

My primary concern involves the cost. The cost of the tour does not include any food or transportation. Therefore, I need to pay for the tour, lunch and a car rental which will be a total of 266-286 EUR ($333-$358).

While the seems excessive, I can't find anyone who says even ONE bad thing about the experience, which makes me think it may be worth it.

Help!

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