Renata Gil Private Tour Guide in Porto Alegre, Brazil – tourHQ
I was born in Porto Alegre, a place that I love for its peculiarities, I keep on walking and trying to discover new corners of the city. I love meeting different people and cultures, new life histories. I've had the opportunity to travel through Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, England, France, Holland, Czech Republic and Germany and learned a little about this mosaic that makes up our planet. I speak fluent English and Spanish (I confess that I love British English and Buenos Aires Spanish). Despite having previously worked in the environmental field, an activity that I loved, my desire to meet people with different backgrounds and realities from mine ended up being my motivation to be a tour guide. I'm a trained and registered Guide at the Brazilian Ministry of Tourism (Cadastur 23.019595.96-1 - that's my Registration Number).I'm a local friend as well, so if the client doesn't want a conventional tour, specific demands can be arranged. It's possible to combine tourism, a practice so pleasurable, to the needs of customers with some degree of specific demands (either due to diseases, phobias, mental disorders, health care needs, etc. or due to personal requests, such as a will to watch a movie, chat, or so on), the idea of being a "Local Friend" came as way to provide a differentiated work.
I do not own a car nor bus, but I can help arrange any transportation or even rent one, according to client's request (The rental price will be added to the service charge).
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Renata was guiding our group of 20 pax during our time in Porto Alegre during the FIFA World Cup 2014. The group consisted ...More
Review By Alessa
Renata is very talented, professional and the most amazing is that she likes what she is doing, i learn a lot about ...More
Review By Mahmoud
I found Renata after posting on a travel forum asking for help finding a tour guide for my choir's visit to Porto Alegre. ...More
Review By Tina
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