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  • Busseto Tourism | Hospitality | Bandiera Arancione
    towns of the hinterland that are distinguished by an offer of excellence and quality accommodation The recognition is awarded based on several criteria including development of the cultural heritage protection of the environment the culture of hospitality access and availability of resources quality of accommodation catering and typical products The Bandiera Arancione is one of the tools with which the Touring Club assures tourists quality and hospitality and provides places with a tool for development The Bandiera Arancione territorial programme in tune with the principles on which the TCI is based encourages knowledge of places that are lesser known but of great merit and stimulates the traveller to visit these places to enjoy them but at the same time take care of them precisely because that are so precious The Municipality of Busseto was awarded the Bandiera Arancione in 2005 for the following reasons The location offers the visitor an efficient tourist information service thanks to the presence of a well signposted and well organised office Optimal availability of the sites of importance under the cultural historical aspect with the further possibility of taking advantage of a selection of integrated visits Moreover the town offers a calendar of appointments and

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  • Busseto Tourism | Nuovo
    of Busseto tourist informations Busseto Tourism Home page Indice HOME Art and culture Environment and nature Enogastronomy Events Hospitality Emilia Romagna Turismo Turismo Parma Home Art and culture Environment and nature Enogastronomy Events Hospitality Chi siamo Dove siamo Credits Mappa

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  • Busseto Tourism | Art and culture | Giuseppe Verdi
    Master of the Collegiate Church of San Bartolomeo For some months he lived at Barezzi House already the headquarters of the Busseto Philharmonic and the venue of his first public performance When he was eighteen he left for Milan and after being refused admission to the Conservatory was accepted as a private pupil by Maestro Vincenzo Lavigna with a grant from Busseto s Monte di Pietà advanced and supplemented by the generosity of Antonio Barezzi On returning to Busseto three years later he won the competition for a post as music teacher for the Municipality of Busseto and on 4 May 1836 married Margherita Barezzi the daughter of his benefactor In 1837 their daughter Virginia was born and in 1838 their son Icilio not longer after Virginia s death Their son Icilio also died in Milan just a few months before his mother Margherita In 1839 Verdi obtained his first operatic success at La Scala with Oberto Conte di San Bonifacio but this was followed by the death of his wife and his second opera Un Giorno di Regno King for a Day proved a flop He returned to the limelight with Nabucco which established him as one of the greatest composers of the age so much so that he was commissioned to write one or more works per year by some of the major Italian and European theatres In 1847 he moved to Paris and began living with Giuseppina Strepponi the first interpreter of Abigaille in Nabucco but whom he already knew in the times of Oberto The couple returned to Busseto two years later where they lived together at the Palazzo Orlandi until 1851 when on 1st May they moved into the farmhouse purchased in Sant Agata which over time the Maestro would transform into the splendid villa

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  • Busseto Tourism | Art and culture | Giovannino Guareschi
    and traditions Giuseppe Verdi Giovannino Guareschi The Works N B Titles given in English mean a translation exists Posthumous Works Places of Verdi Places to visit in Busseto Places to visit nearby A Journey into Music and Melodrama Tourist Itineraries Educational Activities Discovering the land of Monteverdi and Verdi Tourist Guides Environment and nature Enogastronomy Events Hospitality you are in Art and culture Famous people history and traditions Giovannino Guareschi Giovannino Guareschi Born in Fontanelle di Roccabianca Parma on 1st May 1908 He began his career as a journalist in 1928 as a proof reader for the magazine Corriere Emiliano later becoming its editor In 1936 he joined Rizzoli as editor in chief of the satirical weekly Bertoldo Along with Giovanni Mosca in 1945 he founded the weekly Candido which they ran together for five years From 1950 to 1957 Guareschi was its sole director and he continued to work there until 1961 when the weekly ceased publication He later collaborated with Bourgeois and Alla Notte and until 1968 wrote a column for Oggi A cartoonist journalist humorist and writer famous as the author of comic novels and short stories the creator of Don Camillo and Peppone his works have

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  • Busseto Tourism | Hospitality
    services How to get Bandiera Arancione Indice HOME Art and culture Environment and nature Enogastronomy Events Hospitality Accomodation in Busseto Nearby Restaurants Tourist Card Tourism services How to get Bandiera Arancione you are in Hospitality Accomodation in Busseto Casa Giovanna Bed Breakfast I Due Foscari Hotel Il Bosso Agriturismo Il Pavone Bed Breakfast Il Trovatore Bed Breakfast Le Roncole Locanda Otello Bed Breakfast Palazzo Calvi Hotel Residenza Storica Podere San

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  • Busseto Tourism | Hospitality
    culture Environment and nature Enogastronomy Events Hospitality Accomodation in Busseto Nearby Restaurants Tourist Card Tourism services How to get Bandiera Arancione you are in Hospitality Accomodation Nearby B B Galù Agriturismo Cascina Bodriazzo Agriturismo Antica Corte Pallavicina Hotel Blue Garibaldi Bed Breakfast Da Piero Bed Breakfast Fiore Hotel Hotel Jolly Hotel La Cà Vecia Bed Breakfast La Zampa Bed Breakfast Le Colombaie Maison de charme Locanda Le Noci Hotel Locanda

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  • Busseto Tourism | Hospitality
    Environment and nature Enogastronomy Events Hospitality Accomodation Restaurants in Busseto Nearby Tourist Card Tourism services How to get Bandiera Arancione you are in Hospitality Restaurants in Busseto Alle Roncole Ristorante Campanini Trattoria Cotogni Trattoria I Due Foscari Ristorante Il Bosso Agriturismo La Casa Nuova Ristorante Laghi d argento Ristorante L Osteria Palazzo Calvi Ristorante Palazzo Orlandi PizzOsteria Salsamenteria Storica Baratta Sapori della Bassa Locale tipico Sole Ristorante Teatro Trattoria con

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  • Busseto Tourism | Hospitality
    Arancione Indice HOME Art and culture Environment and nature Enogastronomy Events Hospitality Accomodation Restaurants in Busseto Nearby Tourist Card Tourism services How to get Bandiera Arancione you are in Hospitality Restaurants Nearby Antica Corte Pallavicina Ristorante Al Cavallino Bianco Restaurant La Bastia Trattoria La Buca Trattoria La Cà Vecia Ristorante Trattoria La Rustica Trattoria La Verdiana Trattoria Le Colombaie Maison de Charme Ristorante Le Verdi Cantine Osteria Locanda del Lupo

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