I’m from Puglia, a region in Southern Italy. I love my charming hometown. At the same time, I’ve always been a curious person, open to the world. Arousing the curiosity of our guests is precisely what I put my effort in. I firmly believe that traveling can change our approach to life and people: it’s not only a matter of moving to visit faraway places, and yet it’s more than a hobby or a form of leisure. It’s rather a way to broaden our horizons, to meet people and to learn about their cultural habits and ways of life, in order to regain our true human dimension.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Our travel itineraries will drive throughout Italy. By listening to our clients needs and interests, we can arrange tailormade and unique experiences. We can help you to explore the authentic and undiscovered Italy. We specialize in off-the-beaten-track and after-hours special visits. "
How did you get involved in travel?
"My university studies turned my passion for traveling and my innate curiosity towards the world into my job. That’s the reason why, I attended a specialization course, as to work in the field of tour operating. Italyscape gave me the opportunity to make this dream come true. It is a place where enthusiastic, up-to-date experts believe that travel should enhance our awareness, enrich us with original viewpoints and cast light on the true spirit of wherever we go. In our journeys, emotional involvement is spontaneous, triggered by the quality of what we experience and by the joy of what we do. With our work, we are delighted to create profound moments that become embedded in the souls of our guests."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"I’m a well-traveled person who enjoyed the wonders of the world, but my heart beats for Italy. One of the most moving experiences I’ve ever had was a private after-hours visit at the Sistine Chapel, in the Vatican Museums. I’ll never forget the sound of silence: we were given five minutes to ourselves to take in the glorious beauty of Michelangelo’s masterpiece. "
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