Who we are…
…two licensed tour guides of Verona and Modena. Put yourselves in our hands and discover two wonderful gems of italian art and culture.
Our idea simply comes out of the fact that the territories of Verona and Modena are historically connected. Since ancient times they’ve always shared an important historical and cultural heritage. From the Adige Valley right into the heart of the Po Plain, following a privileged itinerary for commerce and traffic, two similar and interdependent cultures developed. The main example are the three marvellous romanesque churches of S. Zeno in Verona, the Abbey of S. Silvester in Nonantola and the Cathedral of Modena. All born in the same period and from the same expert hands of Wiligelmo and its school.
So, we asked ourselves why? Until now, no one has thought to give an opportunity to the interested and curious traveler to experience to compare two worlds that are close to one another and rich with local peculiarities. Two different cities and regions, Veneto and Emilia-Romagna, but two great opportunities to experience the rich and broad-based heritage of Italian colors.
PLEASE NOTE THAT:
since we are not a travel agency, we can’t practise service intermediation. That means that every service will be paid directly on site and we cannot accept prepayment for our fees.
I was born in Verona in 1976. After high school, I graduated in Liberal Arts at the University of Verona where I stayed on with a postgraduate specialized training in Ancient History. In 2011, I finished my Ph.D in Cultural Heritage and Territory at the University of Verona. For several years, I worked in the archeological digging program of Grumentum, in the province of Potenza, in the region Basilicata.
Together with Elisa, I have worked in tourism since the year 2000 as authorized Tourist Guide of Verona for the english and french languages.
I’ve always lived in Verona, now with my husband and our children.
I collaborated with many schools and universities for the organization of lessons on the history and history of the arts of our beautiful town.
For years I danced and played with a theatre company; I love traveling, especially following archological routes or unusual itineraries. This is the idea of context-aware tourism that we are to offering to our visitors.
I was born in Verona in 1976. After the Diploma of Turistic Operator, I graduated in Liberal Arts at the University of Verona in 2001.
I’ve always worked in tourism. I began in a 4-star hotel and since the year 2000, I’m an authorized Tourist Guide of Verona for the english and german languages.
Since the year 2003 I’ve lived in Savignano sul Panaro, in the province of Modena, with my husband and my two daughters.
Since 2006 I’m an authorized tourist guide of Modena.
I also worked as the event planner at the Cineteca di Bologna. For several years I have combined the activity of Tourist Guide to that of transaltor for adaptation and subtitling of audiovisual works.
I am fluent in English, German and French. Since 2013 I’ve been teaching italian history and literature at high school. I like traveling, swimming, dancing, reading and preforming music.