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.

Jewish Book Festival-Italy

The Jewish Book Festival is a compilation of Letters, books, and personalities, from the Renaissance to David Grossman. lt is organized in collaboration with the Municipal Theater of Ferrara. This festival is supported the Emilia-Romagna Region, the Municipality of Ferrara, the Union of Italian Jewish Communities and the Jewish Community of Ferrara.


Emily creates tailor-made tours based on your interest in hopes of helping you make the most out of your holiday or time in Budapest. She offers tours in a variety of languages and can even provide a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan to travel to further locations such as Vienna or other neighboring historic towns. She has experience with kids from working in schools, is happy to accommodate to the older adult population who might have difficulty walking, and is always willing to explore the city on foot for the athletic travelers. 

Whether you are interested in the city’s general history, a specific site, art, or Hungarian food, Emily will make sure you end her tour with all your questions answered. She can take you on a sightseeing tour to some of the city’s top sites such as the Basilica, Parliament, Andrassy Avenue, Opera, Chain Bridge, Matthias Church, and Danube Corso. Some of her other specialty tours include a Jewish tour in the city center, city lights tour, extended Budapest tour (5-8 hours), Lake Balaton and Herend tour, Danube tour, Szentendre tour, and Art Nouveau tour. Whatever you are interested in, just tell Emily and she will create a spectacular itinerary that allows you to check off the sites and destinations on your Budapest bucket list.  

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. 

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. 

Rosanna Colombo

After receiving her degree in Foreign Languages and Literature at the University Ca’ Foscari of Venice, Rosanna become a Travel Assistant. However, she never stopped studying the history and art of Venice. Finally in 2007, Rosanna’s dream of becoming a licensed Venice tour guide came true. She enjoys meeting new people from around the world and sharing her vast knowledge with people who come visit the city she loves very much.