Cristina Gregorin

has worked as a professional guide of Venice since 1991. PhD in German Studies with a work on the myth of Venice in modern literature. University degree in foreign literatures (German and English). Main topic: Mitteleuropean culture. She published a book about traditional arts and crafts in Venice ("Venice Master Artisans") and worked for the UNESCO on Balkan material culture.
Passions: European history and art history, hiking and swimming.

Sara Cossiga

has worked as a professional guide since 1991. University degree in modern art and literature. In 2005 worked for BBC programme "Journeys from the Centre of the Earth" on an issue focussed on Medieval Venice and the Salt Route. Main topic: contemporary art – also deals with the Venice Biennale. Passions: though very thin she’a gourmet and an excellent cook! Recently has become a professional sommelier. Visit her website at:

Roberta Curiel

has worked as a professional guide of Venice since 1990. University degree in foreign literatures (English and Spanish). Now back to university for a First Level Degree in “Conservation of Cultural Heritage”. Author of “The Venetian Ghetto”, a book on Venice's Jewish history and synagogues (Rizzoli International Publications, NY 1990). Passions : cinema, culture and leisure trips to Latin America, Northern Africa and Asia, growing plants and flowers (as a neophyte), tasting food and wine. Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian.

Classic & unusual tours for the discerning traveler

There's nothing like Venice

Embraced by the waters of its meandering canals, mirrored in a kaleidoscope of undulating reflections, the palaces, houses and churches of Venice are still there to witness the uniqueness of this town, once powerful, still haunting the collective imagination of the entire world.

Far from the mad crowd

You'll feel cocooned by the silence and intimacy that only a car-free, built to human scale city like this can provide. You'll find the time to stop and appreciate its incomparable artistic patrimony, but even more to savour its way of life and popular traditions.

Not only monuments

In fact, you don't come to Venice to see art, but to live it, to understand why after so many centuries, the soul of the city, despite the increasing pressures of modern reality, still keeps shining through.

Why Venice with us?

Because we are all professional and experienced guides, native Venetians and proud to be. Because we'll use all our skills to keep you away from big groups of tourists and long lines. Because we'll be there to answer all your questions about what to visit, how to go, where to eat, where to find Because we organize exclusively tailor-made tours and never group different people together.

We really hope that...

We really hope that sharing with you not only our artistic and historical knowledge but also our own feelings and our love for Venice might encourage you to find your own key of interpretation to this charming yet elusive place. Sara, Roberta and Cristina.


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