My tourist training, together with my experiences in catering and hotel chains, combined with my passion for cycling, traveling, discovering beauty in bloom or in an animal or in a work of art, has led me to be a producer of travels. I enjoy especially experiential trips where I can enhance a place and the people who live it, making the traveler feel like an acquaintance who will learn to love everything in that environment. This is because we focus on people or human relationships throughout our trips.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Born in Tuscany, lived in Romagna and filmed along Italy, Malta, Lapland, Slovenia, Azores, Macedonia, Croatia and Spain. I feel ready for everything because I love what I do and even if I am 45 years old with a family, I step 3 months and a half around discovering new places and anecdotes to tell to those who believe in my way of living the journey"
How did you get involved in travel?
"My role in travel is to provide assistance and where it is possible to welcome and spend a few moments together without being too invasive. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"In my life I had two 2 journeys that I will never forget:
A trip to Lapland in search of the aurora borealis, but above all live, play and face the snow-covered tundra expanses and the silence that surrounds you that makes you feel really connected with nature and face one's limits. To discover the simplicity of life of these populations that still live in tents was amazing.
The second is what all the children dream of, namely the holiday with the father, a 40-days holiday in Australia, wandering through coral reefs, woods, ziplines, looking at breathtaking views and knowing the traditions, the uses but also the integration problems between aborigines and colonizers and why not caress koalas, kangaroos, the Tasmanian devil etc.
As you can see, my experiences always look for the environment and people, because when you travel you have to grow inside!"
Featured trips & expertise
Discover the best of Italy's northern regions, starting in the medieval city of Florence, with guided walking tours and wine tastings in Tuscany. Make your way through San Marino and the coastal cities of Riccione and Ravena before heading into Emilia-Romagna for a culinary exploration through Bologna and Parma. Take a cooking class and learn how to identify wine with a sommelier, then enjoy exploring the extravagant shores of Lake Como and the fashion-focused streets of Milan.
On this 10-day trip, you'll travel by train to three of Italy's most popular cities, where flavors, history, archaeology, and the territory intertwine. Your journey begins in Rome with a day-long excursion to the fabled ruins of Pompeii. Next, you'll visit Florence, the city of Michelangelo, and take a day tour to the Chianti region. Your Italian adventure concludes in Venice, where you'll wander through Saint Mark's Square and travel by boat along the famous Grand Canal. After this trip, you will truly understand why Italy is called the Bel Paese!
An excellent combination of nature and history, this tour starts on the shores of picturesque Lake Como before heading to the colorful hills of Cinque Terre. Enjoy relaxing on the waterfront and hiking from one colorful village to another. End the tour in the ancient cities of Florence and Rome, where private guides will take you through the historical streets to the best art galleries, museums, and monuments, including the Vatican Museums, the Roman Forum, and the Accademia Gallery to see the David.
This relaxed 10-day itinerary gives you plenty of time to discover the hidden gems of central Italy. Start in eastern Marche, nestled between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea. Tour the area's renowned wine country, settle into the medieval hill towns of Ascoli Piceno and Urbino, and spend a day exploring the tiny kingdom of San Marino. Head southwest across the mountains to end your stay in Perugia, where you'll discover its Renassaince history and immerse yourself in the regional cuisine.
Travelers with 12 days to spend in Italy have plenty of options—you can hit multiple major cities or enjoy an in-depth tour of one region like Sicily or the Italian Lakes. Trek through the scenic coastal villages of the Cinque Terre, see the lakes and mountains of the north, explore the quiet side roads of Sicily, or go on a grand tour that takes you to Rome, Venice, and Florence: these five unique itineraries show you how to make the most of your stay.
From the small villages that cling to steep cliffs to the medieval architecture and blue water, this 10-day trip to the Cinque Terre coast has something for everyone. Stay in the tight-knit community of Manarola where you'll go hiking & swimming, then learn to cook Italian fare from a local. End your trip in the port city of Pisa, where the Campo dei Miracoli and narrow streets offer endless opportunities to explore.