In 1995, I graduated from the “Ca ‘Foscari” University of Venice with a degree in Oriental Languages and Literature, specialising in Chinese Language and Literature.
The desire to become acquainted with the links between Venice and the East has led me to pursue a passionate study of this city and, over time, I have chosen to turn my passion into my profession. I accompany and guide visitors arriving in Venice through the intricate maze of culture and cultures, history and stories, art and wonders that this city alone possesses.
What I like to do most and suggest that you do too, is simply to allow yourself to be guided by intuition in order to discover and frequent locations in which details, symbols and narratives will transport you back in time. The Venetian districts (quarters) are precious treasure chests waiting to be discovered and experienced, read and reread like books, page after page, street after street, house after house, church after church. Just like my personal favourites: San Polo, Cannaregio, Dorsoduro and Castello. Venice truly is an open air museum.