Silvia Nardin

Silvia is a licensed tour guide and travel advisor in Venice.
She has a degree in Tourism and Foreign Languages at Venice University.
Born and raised in Venice she’s totally in love with her hometown. She has over 20 years of background in the incoming travel industry and she is very generous sharing it with people visiting this unique city.
Silvia guides in Italian and English.

Andrea

Andrea is a native Hungarian, born in Budapest, and has worked as a licensed, private guide since 1995. She is a very enthusiastic guide, excited to show off the city’s beauty and educate visitors about the fascinating history and culture. Andrea grew up during the communist regime, giving her a unique perspective on the recent history in Budapest.

Do you want to walk on the cobblestones of the old castle district, enjoy spectacular views from the Fishermen’s Bastion, or maybe relax in Gellert Bath? Andrea not only takes you on tours to the most well-known spots in Budapest but offers several themed tours as well. Some of these include a communist past tour, Jewish history tour, wine and food tour, river cruise tour, and several countryside tours. It’s difficult to get to know a city or country on your own, especially with limited time. Andrea’s personalized, carefully planned tours and deep knowledge of her hometown will allow you to discover more about the city than you could on your own.

Sabrina Scaglianti

Sabrina was born and raised in Venice and has always been interested in the anthropology of traveling and tourism. She has worked in the tourism business since the early 90’s, mainly working as a guide in Venice, but she also leads seminars and volunteers for A.F.S. and the European Federation for Intercultural Learning. Sabrina offers a variety of tours for groups with a variety of interests. 

Luisella Romeo

Luisella has worked as a registered tour guide in Venice since May 2000, when she was officially certified by the Regione Veneto. She is also a member of the Association of Registered Tourist Guides in Venice and the National Association of Tourist Guides in Italy. After graduating from the University in Venice Ca’ Foscari with a degree in Foreign Languages and Literature, she traveled abroad where she continued to study art and history. Luisella loves meeting people from around the world and hearing their different perspectives. She loves working as a tour guide and is looking forward to helping you discover Venice. 

Fiona Guisto

Fiona was born and raised in the beautiful city of Venice where she attended school and graduated with a degree in Foreign Languages and Literature from Ca’ Foscari university. She started working as a professional guide in Spring 2000 after obtaining her licence from the Regione Veneto. Since then, she has worked with clients from around the world leading tours in art and Venetian palaces, by foot and on boats, and to both classical sights and hidden gems around the city. 

Nicoletta Consentino

Nicoletta has worked as a professional guide in Venice since 2009 and enjoys showing the beautify of her city to those around the world who come to see it.  Her tours usually last 3-4 hours, but can last as long as it needs to cover the interests of her clients, whether that be food, art, or history. Nicoletta can show you the palaces, museum, and monuments of Venice, as well as the hidden canals and cultural spots. 

Jeanette Loeb

Jeanette Loeb studied Jewish Studies at the University of Amsterdam and has been a guide at Amsterdam’s Jewish History Museum since 1998. It was in 1998 that she also began leading private tours to various groups of adults, students, families, tourists, and locals. Jeanette specializes in Jewish tours and works with you to design a tour that fits your needs and interests. 

Jeremy Minsberg

Jeremy Minsberg – The Berlin Expert

If you’re looking for a private tour in English, Jeremy Minsberg, aka Mr. Berlin, might just be your guy. Jeremy is an American Jew who has been enjoying the exciting Berlin life for over 17 years. TripAdvisor has given him the Certificate of Excellence 2017 and he’s received a score of 99% from hundreds of happy tourists. So what makes Mr. Berlin’s tours so great?

If you want to hear more about Jewish history or learn about architecture, he’ll make sure your topics of choice are covered. Jeremy’s tours are all in English but he does things like the locals do – you’ll explore the city using public transportation from the Underground and the S-Bahn to biking and walking, you’ll see Berlin from many angles and perspectives. Jeremy does his tours out of passion and his love of Berlin and all its amazing history, so he doesn’t offer set fees and instead encourages his guests to name their price. Tours usually last between half a day and a full day, depending on weather, interest, time, and sights on the agenda.

Some of Jeremy’s amazing tour options include:

  • Berlin Overview Tour: see all the top sites in one grand afternoon
  • Jewish Berlin Tour: explore the ups-and-downs of Jewish life in this city
  • Cold War Berlin Tour: learn how a city rebuilds itself after division
  • Destruction and Construction Tour: the must-take tour for architecture fanatics
  • Times of Terror Tour: visit the sites of the darkest period of Berlin, the Nazi era
  • Gay Berlin Tour: enjoy the tolerant, open-minded history of Berlin
  • Bike Tour of Berlin: explore the city on two wheels and from a whole new perspective

Minsberg also offers a few tours that head out of Berlin proper. His Potsdam tour takes you to the neighboring state of Brandenburg, known for hosting the Prussian kings and Germain Kaiser. He also offers a tour of Sachsenhausen, a concentration camp about 45 minutes north of Berlin. If you don’t want to walk, there’s also an option to rent a limousine or private car for the tour – driver included. Lastly, Jeremy offers a Daytime Companion option where you can simply ‘hang out’ for the day exploring the city from Jeremy’s perspective.

One of the nicest features of Jeremy’s tours is that he donates a portion of his fees to a local charity. Minsberg supports cultural organizations, a Berlin Jewish educational center, and a Berlin school that helps HIV positive children integrate into mainstream society. So by going on a tour with The Berlin Expert, you are not only experiencing a unique and exciting side of Berlin, but contributing to the local community.

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