We Tour Guide was born in 2013 as a group of licensed Tour Guides and Tour Leaders in Veneto. We work in synergy in order to guarantee a broad tourist offering and high quality services.
Our aim is to immerse people in the history, the art and the culture of Veneto in order to make their trip unforgettable. We work both with organized groups and individual tourists or families, we create traditional, theme-based and customized routes.
I have a bachelor degree in Foreign Languages and Cultures specialising in Art and History; I got my license as a tour guide in 2008 and I became a tour leader in 2013. I mainly deal with sightseeing in cities and villas, bike routes, urban trekking and active tourism. I am also specialised in historic tours throughout the territory, especially connected to the First World War. info
I graduated in Literature specialising in History of Art and I am a teacher of art. In 2008 I became a qualified tour guide for Veneto cities and villas. Within our project, I mainly deal with educational activities and creation of tours for kids. I’m keen on history and I fancy art-based tours in the cities and throughout the territory.
I’m fond of travelling but also of local culture; I combine my work as a tour guide with my activity of tour leader, both in Italy and abroad, with a particular inclination for musical groups. I also organize special routes dedicated to the free time of families and foreign tourists visting our region.
I have a bachelor degree in Foreign Languages and Cultures specialising in Art and Tourism; I got my license as a tour guide in 2012. What animates my job is my great passion for the huge artistic wealth of Veneto region, which not only includes famous cities and Villas but also small unknown villages with all their secret treasures
Graduated from University of Padua in International Politics, I’ve been a licensed tour Leader since 2011 and qualified tour guide since 2012. I combine my guide activity with my job as a primary school teacher, that’s why it’s a pleasure for me to lead groups of students. I reckon that visiting a place means to discover its spirit, its habits, its legends and most beautiful spots: travelling is a kind of art and a place really touches you when you look it through the eyes of the people who live there.