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Parma: What to Do?

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I'll be flying into Milan on 9/21 and have reservations to see the Last Supper at 9:00 am on 9/22.

After the Last Supper - which lasts only 15 minutes - my wife and I wanted to take the train to Parma, spend the rest of the day there and take a prosciutto and cheese tour.

However, the tours seem to start at 9:00 am, which won't work with our Last Supper reservation. On the 23rd we leave for Venice, so we don't have the option of waiting another day.

We still like our plan of the Last Supper followed by Parma but are kind of bummed on not being able to do the tour. Does it matter? Are the tours worth it or would we be better off just exploring what Parma has to offer on its own? I'm sure the town is stuffed with great food anyway!

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