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Hi! I’m Lisa, a thirty-something Italian who one day discovered she finds true joy in traveling to new places and meeting new people. I love the surprises that walking and exploration bring, but I also enjoy cuddle time with my cat. After living as an expat for a few years, I’m currently rediscovering my hometown, Rome, and the surrounding areas. Learning languages is another passion I have. I feel at home in many places in the world, and nowhere, as it always comes the time to walk away. I travel to ground myself and heal myself. If you want to know more about me, or work with me, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

“This world is but a canvas to our imagination.”

Henri David Thoreau

Travel Italy With Me

“If you can’t live longer, live deeper.”

Italian proverb

I specialise in planning trips to my home country, Italy.

My favourite areas and the ones I know like the back of my hand, are the small towns and coastlines between Rome and Naples and Rome and Florence.

I also love planning tours that explore the beautiful island of Sicily.

I specialise in creating tours that combine wandering cities filled with arts and culture with relaxing in nature.

Experience The World With me

“Watch with glittering eyes the whole world around you because the greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places”

Roald Dahl

The pull towards distant places has been with me forever, sometimes in the background, but sometimes it was overflowing. I studied foreign languages because I knew one day I would fly away. My heart was waiting for me in Asia, ever since I had met Buddhism through a book about Tibet on my auntie’s bookshelf.

In 2011, after trying different jobs in Italy and graduating from university, I moved to China to work as a language teacher. The transfer was a leap into the unknown, but it made me grow in many unexpected and incredible ways. I can definitely say that I started knowing myself only after leaving my country and family of origin.

Recent Posts

10 amazing things to do in Rome for free

10 amazing things to do in Rome for free

Even though Rome, the capital of Italy, doesn’t sound like the most wallet-friendly destination in Europe, shortly after your arrival, you will gladly change your mind. Chose your accommodation wisely, do a bit of research about the places where locals have dinner,...

19 Best views in Rome and panoramic viewpoints

19 Best views in Rome and panoramic viewpoints

As a city that develops on different small hills on the left and right banks of the River Tiber, Rome has quite a number of panoramic viewpoints. It will take you a while to discover them all, and that’s why I’ve created this guide to the best views in Rome. Have a...

Rome for foodies: 20+ tips for eating like a local in Rome

Rome for foodies: 20+ tips for eating like a local in Rome

I bet one of the best experiences you’re anticipating to have during your trip to Rome is to taste the superb and genuine Italian food. This guide to Rome for foodies contains the most accurate and updated information about eating in Rome, and both foreign and locals...

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