The Eternal city welcomed me a few years ago, when I decided to move back to my beloved home country Italy after a 13 year stay abroad. I have been working as a tour guide since 2006, first in Stockholm, Sweden and later in several Italian districts as a bike and trekking guide. Even though I was born and bred a Northener (my hometown lies a few miles north of Milan) I spent many years in Rome, living, enjoying and studying the city. This period of time allowed me to become familiar with Rome’s past and present, art and architecture, modern and old monuments and, last but not least, its nightlife, bars and “trattorias”, culinary masterpieces and hidden corners.My education years took place in Milan, where I studied and graduated at the Universitá Statale in History of Art. I later developed my interest for the Italian culinary traditions and became a professional cook in 2017.I have travelled around, researched about the history and walked the paths of every single region of this beautiful country. I developed a more detailed knowledge of some of the must-see areas as the Amalfi Coast, Lake Como, Lake Garda, Tuscany, Apulia, Cinque Terre and the Dolomites.What I love about this incredible city? Rome is a never-ending surprise! In terms of sites and history, of course, but also when it comes to the people, the local traditions, the hidden corners, the stories that took place here through the centuries. My goal is to make my guests experience Rome’s complexity, have a taste of it and let them be cuddled by the sweet life and atmosphere of it.I am happy and open to plan my tours according to my guests’ needs and interests in order to make their experience memorable and fun.