When I was 17 I left the nest and since then, I move out every 6 months. I love discovering new countries and culture. And most of all, I love meeting new people.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Of course, I am specialized in my birthplace Corsica."
How did you get involved in travel?
"As I live on an island, (Corsica) traveling is quite obvious. Since I am a child, it has always appeared as natural to me and this is how my parents raised me. That is why I wanted to work in a place which helps people to travel. This way, I never have the feeling to work!"
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"When I was 9, my father, his friend and children and I, have traveled through the Saharan desert by car. Once the air-conditioning broke down. Of course, there were not a lot of villages on our road. We had to look for a garage owner and it was hard to find. This problem allowed us to meet awesome people that we would never have met otherwise. At this point, we changed the way we wanted to travel. We realized that the best way to travel was to meet people in the country and not just stay amongst ourselves."
Featured trips & expertise
See the beautiful Canal de Garonne by bike, via a stunning route through several wine-growing regions - including the world famous St Emilion. Continue through southwest France (Aquitane and the Midi-Pyrenees) as you ride by vineyards, chateaux, and so much more.
Get ready, cyclists: this one's for you! The Eroica is a world-renowned vintage bike race, held annually in the hilly, vineyard-dotted region of Chianti in Tuscany. Follow the route of this legendary race, experiencing the Strade Bianche (unpaved white roads) that take you through the heart of this magnificent countryside.
Recent trip reviews for Claudia
The very best walks on corsica: 7 days, France - Oct 4 - Oct 13, 2018
The trip was very well-planned according to our requests. Lodging was good to very good. The people who picked up our luggage for transfers were always extremely punctual and reliable. Our only issue had both a good and bad side. Arriving the first week in October meant that there were no crowds, less traffic, and it was easy to get into restaurants. The bad news was that many things were already closed for the season and were unavailable. One glaring example was that when we went to... read more
Trip to italy, Italy - Sep 25 - Sep 27, 2018
Had an amazing time on our short, self-guided bike trip through Tuscany. The area is beautiful, especially the stretch from the outskirts of Florence to Radda in Chianti. Lots of wineries with consistently good wine. Everything was well coordinated in terms of bike delivery, luggage transport, and hotel booking. Had some initial difficulty with the bikes and with navigation but everything went smoothly afterwards.