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London Parma from £74

The route between the two cities is only served by three weekly Ryanair flights, which take 2 hours to get to their destination, and no stopover flights. Otherwise, another way to get to Parma is by taking a flight to Bologna, to which easyJet, Ryanair and British Airways fly.If you take a direct flight, the departure airport is London Stansted, otherwise if you intend to land in Bologna; it's Gatwick, Heathrow or, again, Stansted. All London airports have good connections to the city centre, and can be reached by taxi, bus or train (Heathrow can also be reached by London Underground): travel times can vary between 30 and 70 minutes.If you decide to fly direct to Parma International Airport, the airport is only 5km away from the city centre, and is connected by buses and taxis. Once you land at Bologna's Guglielmo Marconi Airport, your final destination is only a 50 minute train ride away.

Best Prices for a Flight ticket London - Parma: Selection by airline companies

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Parma

    Tue 17 May - Thu 19 May

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    Thu 16 Jun - Sun 19 Jun

  • Easyjet

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    Thu 30 Jun - Sun 03 Jul

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    Sun 29 May - Sun 05 Jun

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    London Parma

    Fri 01 Jul - Wed 31 Aug

Cheap London - Parma Flights

To travel between London and Parma at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Parma flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Parma flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Parma 1 The Local Cuisine

Two local specialties have become Italian export products all over the world: Prosciutto crudo(Parma ham) and the Parmigiano Reggiano cheese. These, alongside Emilia Romagna's traditional egg pasta and fine wines, make this city one of the best gastronomic cities in Europe.

2 The Piazzas and Churches

Piazza Duomo is the key square in the historical centre: facing it are the city's 12th century Romanesque cathedral and the baptistery. Another square worth strolling through is Piazza Giuseppe Garibaldi, with shops, restaurants, the Town Hall and the Governor's Palace. Another landmark in the city is the San Giovanni Evangelista church with its Mannerist façade.

3 The Opera

The Regio Theatre is arguably one of the finest opera houses in the country. Enjoy a night at the opera in this beautiful city, which was the hometown of Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi, to whom an annual music festival is dedicated every year.

4 Day trips from Parma

Parma is very close to many another suggestive cities, all easily accessible by train. Modena and Piacenza are only 30 minutes away, Bologna 50 minutes away, Milan little over an hour and Verona 2 hours.

5 The Renaissance Palaces

The city's long history is resembled in its many palaces; a symbol of power. These include, among others, the Palazzo della Pilotta (which houses various museums), the Bishop's Palace and the Ducal Palace, which has French-style garden attached to it.

Required travel documents for Italy

You should remember some key information, if you wish to travel from London to Italy. First of all, keep in mind that the UK is an hour behind Italy. Secondly, both the UK and Italy are in the EU, so no visa is required for travelling; a valid passport or an ID card of a country in the European Economic Area will be enough to pass border controls.