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Join me on a high end experience through Paris, France or Italy, to get the best insight and my unconventional way of uncovering the beauty of these countries.
I majored in Foreign Languages and Art History, so when I moved to Paris from Italy I decided to make my passion for art a job and a way of life.
My first love was and is still the Louvre Museums with its incredible collections. In more than 7 years of experience I managed to get deeper also into the collections of many other great Parisian Galleries and Castles such as Versailles, Orangerie, Orsay, Marmottan Monet Museum, Picasso Museum, etc.
As a mother and a traveler, I know how traveling with children can sometimes be challenging, and I am here to share with you all of my tips so that you can enjoy your visit with all the family!
We'll avoid the busy lines and we'll sneak through the most exclusive venues, always bringing my legendary storytelling and smile along the way!
If you feel you know already a lot of the city of Paris, and you want to explore more outside, I may also offer you full day tours from Paris with private cars such as Champagne Tastings, Loire Valley Castle, D-day Beaches Normandy, Impressionist Normandy, Chartres, etc.
In Italy I guide in Milan, Florence, Rome, Venice, Lake District.
I have been awarded for my family and VIP tours, and I am looking forward to meet you in Paris to create together your best trip memories!
French Ministry of Culture Permanent Card and Licence: Guide Conférencière, for guiding throughout France.
Italian Ministry of Cultural Activities Permanent Card and Licence: Tourist Guide, for guiding throughout Italy.
Majored in Art History, Management and development of Heritage, Université Paris Est Marne La Vallée, Paris, France. 2016.
Majored in Foreign Languages and Literatures, Università degli Studi di Milano, Milano, Italy. 2008
Family Tours Versailles CW Award 2017 and 2018.
First Aid Certification Level 1
Member of FNGIC Guides and Guid'z Association of Licensed Guides of France
Unfortunately I am unable to accomodate customers on wheelchairs and my tours may include a fair amount of walking and sometimes a few steps, there might not always be an elevator.