Where to Stay in Parma, Italy

My pal Saskia from Ciao tutti recommended me to stay at B&B Al Battistero D’Oro in Parma. The B&B is situated in the city centre and has all the comforts of a modern home! Not only is it a 3 minute walk from the Piazza Duomo but also very close to the train station. To be honest, I didn’t find many options within a good budget but this one was perfect especially with it being so close to everything. The question of where to stay in Parma is solved immediately!

Where to Stay in Parma, Italy: Reina Suite

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What can you expect??

B&B Battistero is elegant and very very Italian! My husband and I stayed in the Reina Suite that had all the facilities we needed- right from washing and mini fridge to wifi and books!

Patrizia, the owner, made sure we got all the goodness of the region. She had the breakfast ready by 9 and all the days it included fresh eggs, parmesan and prosciutto from the region.

This is what our spread looked like!

And what can I say about her??! She is one of the most gentle souls I’ve ever met!! So kind and open hearted that you instantly want to keep talking to her. Patrizia and I connected because we both love each other’s country. It was a complete India & Italy connection in Parma! 😉

I won’t forget the fresh bowl of home made tiramisu she made for my husband and I as she knew how much we would enjoy that. Thanks to her, I would love to re-visit the town, probably with more time in hand. Patrizia’s wonderful home is calling me!

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Where to Stay in Parma, Italy
Where to Stay in Parma, Italy: books, books, books.
Where to Stay in Parma, Italy: with Patrizia in her home

Disclaimer: B&B Battistero kindly offered Italophilia 2 complimentary nights but as always opinions are my own! Doubles start from EUR 90.

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18 thoughts on “Where to Stay in Parma, Italy

  1. What a cute little place Ishita. I love staying at accomodation like this. So personal, and meeting these lovely people is the best part. Will have to remember this for the next time we head to Parma.
    Have a great weekend lovely. Xx

    1. I love Parma and am so glad that you enjoyed pat of your honeymoon there. Last time I was there I attended an opera in the Teatro Regio – a fabulous building.

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