Transfer Milan to Florence

Transfer from Milan to Florence with stop in Parma to enjoy Parmesan Cheese and Parma Ham during you trip from Milan to Florence or from Florence to Milan!

About the tour


Transfer Milan to Florence with en-route stop in Parma 

The transfer tour will begin with your private driver collecting you from your hotel in Milan or Florence (another custom location in the area can be agreed). You will enjoy a door-to-door private chauffeur service to your hotel from Milan to Florence or viceversa. During the transfer you’ll have an en-route stop in Parma. Stopping here isn’t an option, it’s a duty!

You will meet your official private guide and start a walking tour in the historical center of Parma, the city of the composer Giuseppe Verdi. Parma is home to two of the greatest masterpieces of Italian Medieval architecture and sculpture with the Duomo and the Battistero, the latter a unique evidence of the transition from Romanesque to Gothic style.

This area is also worldwide famous for food, with Parmigiano Reggiano (Parmesan) and Parma Ham. At your choice and optional, you can add to this transfer tour a stop to a cheese factory (where it will be possible to taste the king of all cheeses) or visit a Parma Ham producer with a Prosciutto Crudo tasting experience.

After the visit of Parma the trip will then conclude with a transfer to your hotel in Milan or Florence.

Alternative Transfer Tour Milan <> Florence: stop in Maranellostop in Bolognastop in Portofinostop in Ducati Factorystop in Lamborghini Factory


  • DEPARTURE LOCATION: Your hotel in Milan or Florence (a different location may be agreed)
  • DEPARTURE TIME: Customizable
  • INCLUDED: English speaking driver, Fully equipped Mercedes Benz vehicle, WI-FI on board, Private Guide
  • NOT INCLUDED: Entrance tickets, Parmesan Visit/Tasting, Parma Ham Visit/Tasting
  • LANGUAGES: English – Italian


You can customize your transfer tour according to your needs and preferences, our staff would be happy to inform you about different options, alternative routes, and sites.