I was born and grew up in Rome, the eternal city that is really an outdoor museum, rich in culture and life to join in all its particular side.
I studied tourism and I have made it my work for several years because I love everything that is different, new and to discover.
I love being outdoors and meeting new people.
I’m very sociable and I like to give smiles to people who can take away as a memory to stay with.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Our company is specialized in tours all over Italy, covering the main destinations. We also specialized on travelling by train, one of the fastest means to travel from place to place that saves time to spend on other wonderful experiences."
How did you get involved in travel?
"I’ve been traveling with my whole family since I was very young. I have lots of memories of amazing places to visit and experiences to share among travelers.
Today’s world goes very fast and it is nice to try not to lose anything by living things and sharing experiences, especially traveling."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"My first trip alone: backpack and only one-way flight booked. It was nice to build the road trip, knowing people and places that I was interested in seeing.
The journey enriches us from the moment we organize it until we live every single day."
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