I am a certified and experienced project management expert. I've been involved in travel my entire life and I view project management as the art of getting things done right. Having always perceived my own trips as projects, I think there is nothing more exciting than planning a trip!
My mission is to help people turn their travel dreams into reality! This mission is never simple, but always rewarding! I analyse your travel goals and needs and act as a trusted advisor. When planning your trip I carefully explore your wishes and turn them into a detailed travel plan. I add my own insight, and taking care of all the details to make every trip unforgettable.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Greece and Italy for families, food and wine lovers and travelers who wish to explore the local way of life and feel like home!"
How did you get involved in travel?
"I became involved in the travel industry during my career in management consulting. I helped many organizations in Europe to develop sustainable and responsible travel for their visitors. After gaining substantial experience in this field I thought the time was right to get involved in the demand side and use my experience to the benefit of the traveler."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My road trip to Tuscany with my husband was one of the best and most memorable trips I ever made. Starting from Florence, we explored this marvelous city before driving to Castellina in Chianti, San Gimignano, Siena, Montalcino, Val d’Orcia and Montepulciano. Countless places to explore, each one with something unique to discover. Views from the towers of San Gimignano, visits to wineries in Montalcino for wine tasting, tasting local delicacies in restaurants and farms and meeting with local people who shared many of their stories with us left us with so many beautiful and lasting memories!"
Featured trips & expertise
If you have five days in Italy, it's best to focus on one city or region—otherwise, you'll likely feel like you're spreading yourself too thin. On these five unique itineraries, you'll discover northern Italy's food scene, explore a corner of Sicily, road-trip between coastal villages on the Amalfi Coast, cycle through Tuscany's wine roads, or get to know the Eternal City.
To venture to Italy in April is to experience a gem of a Mediterranean country in the throes of spring. Sunny days are now the norm, having supplanted the rain and gloom that defined winter. This is the last and greatest month to take advantage of the country's spring shoulder season and all those lower fares and less-crowded historic sites. So pack your bags, because Italy is calling.