I love art since I was a child, I studied Foreign Languages and Literatures at the State University in Milano, later on I attended the Art School and became an Art Master too.
Now I live in Parma and I can really say that I am 100% Emilian. My other great passion is Emilian cookery: I can teach you how to make a delicious Lasagna, Tortellini, Tagliatelle or the other traditional dishes from Emilia-Romagna.
I love my region because it's lively, friendly, not turisty and very interesting under many points of wiew: here you can find beautiful cities, delicious food, incredibe art collecitons, genial scientists, worldwide famous musicians as Verdi, Rossini and Toscanini and much more.
Very close to Emilia-Romagna there are some of my favorite cities as Mantova and Cremona, come to visit them too, they will amaze you!
A Recent Review of this guide
Very Good introduction to the important sights to see in Bologna. In addition to historic places, Giulia also pointed out local food and shops. We enjoyed it!
I am a licensed guide since 1990 (Italian, English, French and Spanish) and a licensed driver since 2014.
Since I became a tourist guide I attended several courses about art, music and history.
I studied Foreign Languages and Literatures in Milano, at the State University.
I attended the Art School of Parma and became an Art Master.
I speak a bit of German but I am not licensed as a guide in German.