I moved to Venice when I finished the high school to study Eastern languages at the Cà Foscari University and my specialization is in japanese language and culture.
I am deeply fascinated and felt in love with Japan and its traditions and I consider it like my second homeland.
Somehow, the nostalgic soul of Venice reminds me the magic, beautiful fluctuating landscapes of the Land of the Raising Sun.
Venice is like a bubble, a stand-alone reality, a separate world where you feel like living in a different era.
In Venice everything gets slower, you can catch people's eyes, you can always feel at home.
This is something that makes you feel safe, protected and cuddled, and, despite its small size, Venice has thousands of sides to be discovered and several labyrinths where to get lost in.
Discovering Venice with me, means looking her through the eyes and experience of a local, felt in love of this city.
I love working in direct contact with people and I've always worked with foreign tourists, making different jobs and I finally found on this job my satisfaction and the expression of myself and my knowledge.
I love the outdoors, walking and sharing with my guests my experience and learning from themselves too.
I think that meeting different people, with different cultures and backgrounds, broadens your horizons, opens your mind and you improve thanks to it every day. Working with people has an inestimable value.
Licensed travel guide n.10/2018 Regione-Emilia Romagna
Due to the retrictions of my license, I am unable to make tours inside historical monuments