I am originally half from Venice and Half from Apulia so I feel both the Northern and the Southern souls of Italy. since I was a little girl I've always been curious about world, different cultures, and all the amazing differences of the Nature. I've studied foreign languages because I wanted to work for international charity NGOs, what I've actually done for years. I live in Rome which I consider the most beautiful city in the world, but every now and then to escape from the city into Nature since I do love outdoor activities.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"We are specialized in tours all over Italy, covering mostly the main destinations. We are also specialized in traveling by train as we really care about the environment, this is why we primary use train for our travel packages. We believe trains are the best and quickest way to travel along Italy from city to city, also the most eco-friendly in terms of CO2 emissions, energy consumption, use of space, or noise levels."
How did you get involved in travel?
"Well, since I think I am affected by a serious form of Wanderlust, I've been planning trips since I have memories. For me, my family, friends... So after my experience at charities here I am to do what is natural for me and I love that. I love taking care of travelers and I really like the Idea that I help them bringing home unforgettable emotions and memories. "
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"Among many adventures, hiking, climbing, canyoning, if I really had to choose... I will never forget the first time I did a Via Ferrata on the Dolomites. I hadn't slept the night before since I was really scared, but when I did it it was absolutely unbelievable. "
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Recent trip reviews for Emi
Salerno - Amalfi Coast · Italy - Jul 20 - Jul 22, 2019
I had a nice time in Salerno. My drivers were on time and helpful, my guide Anna in Salerno was excellent - she new her history and showed me the old part which I found interesting and even showed me street art which I love to see. It was nice to try some local fare as well and the host was lovely. Everything went well without a problem. The accommodation in Salerno was great - a small boutique hotel next to the train station and not too far from the ferry was perfect.
Well done Emi you did your job as requested. I'll use you again.
Italy · Italy - Jun 15 - Jun 21, 2019
The planning portion with Edmondo and Valentina were great and a huge relief. They worked very hard and efficiently to answer my questions and address my needs. It was nice to have the trains all booked ahead of time. We weren't too excited about our hotel choices, we felt as though they weren't really 4 stars, and the hotel in Florence was out of the way.
During the actual trip, we hit a few snags and we think it may be a miscommunication between KimKim and the tour groups chosen.
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