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Marcello Torrisi

Marcello Torrisi

Italian tour director with over 20 years of experience in the travel industry, starting my career ...

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Marco  Geraci

Marco Geraci

I am a professional tour guide, with twenty years experience. I have been guiding groups ...

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Antonella Palma

Antonella Palma

Let me introduce myself by saying that I am very proud to be 9 generations' Roman!!!! So Julius ...

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Sara Particco

Sara Particco

Hi,I am  a Scot who has lived in Caserta, Italy for about 6 years. (Now have a B1 ...

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Raffaele Romano

Raffaele Romano

Ciao! My name is Raffaele and i am an authorized tour guide. I had got a first degree in ...

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Roberto Musio

Roberto Musio

Welcome to my page!I am an archaeologist and an authorized guide of Campania Region;  I ...

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Davide Federico

Davide Federico

Ciao, people! I’m Davide, a native naturalist guide in Sicily, especially for Mount Etna.I ...

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Gabriella Prestigiacomo

Gabriella Prestigiacomo

I was lucky to be born in Sicily: a beautiful sun-kissed island with an extraordinary landscape of ...

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Daniele Meledandri

Daniele Meledandri

Walking around my beloved city as a tour leader, I realised that discovering unusual places to see ...

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Diana Mazza

Diana Mazza

I was born in Sicily from English mother and Sicilian father. My mother is a tour guide journalist ...

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Giacomo Saragoni

Giacomo Saragoni

Buongiorno!My name is Giacomo,I was born and live in Ravenna,Italy.I am a Licensed Tour Leader ...

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Anna Maria Priora

Anna Maria Priora

I'm a professional licensed tourist guide. Explore Montecassino and its surrounding with me! I can ...

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Luisa Testa

Luisa Testa

I have been a licensed, local, English-speaking tour guide in Rome since 1998 and provide private ...

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Roberta Motta

Roberta Motta

Hello! My name is Roberta and I' ve been a tour guide for 23 years.I love my job because ...

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Claudia Vannucci

Claudia Vannucci

Ciao! I am a licensed guide of Florence and its surroundings. I have a master's degree in ...

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Elena Pietrunti

Elena Pietrunti

A professional tour guide for your daily trips, sightseeing, wine tours in Tuscany;  I ...

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Italy

Few countries are as universally beloved as Italy. From Palermo’s dazzling coast to Tuscany’s vineyards, every corner of the land is exaltedly charming and historically intriguing. Pisa’s leaning tower, Rome’s Colosseum, and Vatican City are quintessential tourist stops, but there’s far more to Italy than these must-see staples. You could travel for weeks and still not venture past the region you started in; a short hike in Cinque Terre leads to days in this coastal village, while a day trip to Sicily could leave you beach-ridden and wandering for weeks.

Regardless of the length of your stay or city of interest, Italy’s offerings engulf all of your senses. Watch the locals do their shopping, as their romantic Latin language plays a soundtrack for the cobblestone streets. Feel the touch of their beautiful Italian leather, as the smell of a nearby pizza leaves you numb with cravings. Speaking of pizza, there is no better Italian tradition than eating and cooking. Any Italian tour guide will tell you how much of their culture is grounded in its’ food, and eating is among Italy’s greatest pastimes. So eat, to enjoy Italy in it’s best way.  

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