I live in Venice and I love this wonderful city. I graduated in oriental languages and literature at the University Ca’ Foscari in Venice and, after various experiences abroad and in Italy, since 2000, I became a registered tourist guide of the city and its lagoon. I’m keen on art and history of my city and I love dancing, traveling and explore different cultures, food and languages of the world.
To capture the real beauty of the city I suggest to visit in the less crowded months and to plan at least two or three days of stay. Visit the wonderful museums and churches, but take also time to discover the life of the “campos” with a good coffee break, a nice walk in the off-the beaten paths of Castello or Dorsoduro, don’t forget to taste the local food in our traditional “bacari” and end with an unforgettable night walk in the maze of narrow streets and thoughts.