My career has always been focused on Tourism and Art History as I studied at the best tourism high school of Rome, named after the great explorer Christopher Columbus, to study to be travel agent. Soon after my first internship with a travel agent, I realized that organizing holidays for clients would not be enough for me - I wanted to be part of the trip. Then I visited ancient Ostia's archaeological excavations while on a field trip, and our guide was so excellent that her explanation really made the past come alive. I felt a thrill and in that moment as I had found what would be my perfect place in the world. I was only 18 but my idea was clear…I wanted to become a tour guide.
So I graduated and then I gained experience as a guide during my internship while I was studying Cultural Heritage at Tor Vergata University in Rome. After few years, I took the professional exam and I became an Art Historian- it was like a little dream come true.
Recently I became an independent writer, with the publication of my university thesis in Cultural Anthropology about a medieval festival in Montefalco (a town in Umbria).
Being a tour guide is. . . a way to meet people and part ways as new friends! I love this job because you never stop learning, not only from books but even more from guests!
The cultural exchange with people from all over the world enriches my mind and my soul every day.
Choose your tour and I'll be happy to share my stories with you.
And for special requests, I can study a tailor made itinerary according to your interests and needs.
LOOKING FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU IN ROME!
- Master's Degree in Art History (2013)
- Officially Licensed Guide - Roma, Italy (2015)
I am not a driver, but I arrange drivers and transportation for all my vehicle based tours.