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A journalist for Lonely Planet Travel News, a writer for Bossy Italy with an overflowing love for art, travelling and Korean pop music.  I write about all those things that attract my attention from Italy and abroad.

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Freelance Travel News Reporter @Lonely Planet News

Author @Bossy Italy

My tours

Audio Tours
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  • Duration: 1h 28min
  • Audio available in 4 languages
9,99
Audio Tours
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  • Duration: 1h 20min
  • Audio available in 2 languages
11,99
Audio Tours
4.5/5(2)
  • Duration: 1h 30min
  • Audio available in 2 languages
9,99
New York City Tour: The Greatest Hits Sale!
  • Duration: 2h 10min
  • Audio available in 1 language
5,00
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Audio available in 2 languages
9,99
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Audio available in 1 language
9,99
  • Duration: 5h 30min
  • Audio available in 1 language
16,99

My blog posts

One might say that Rome is a vast open museum under the sky. It attracts all visitors to meander around its streets and discover its local charms, including breathtaking monuments and ancient ruins scattered all around. Yet, the Eternal City has no shortage of museums either. They are home to invaluable treasures focusing on various […]
The center of the Eternal City is the most quintessentially Italian place you might imagine. When one thinks of Italy, the first thing that springs to mind is the rolling green hills of Tuscany or some cobbled city streets drenched in golden sunlight. Get to know and spend unforgettable Roman holidays. Rome’s city center has […]
If you stop and think about Rome, chances are your mind will conjure up the image of the Colosseum; and if you stop to think about the Roman Empire, with its legions marching from one end of Europe to the other, then your mind will definitely present you with the now ruined shape of what […]
There are many reasons why Ancient Rome holds such a fascinating and major spot in our history books and collective memories. Maybe it’s the military strength the Eternal City had or the lands that spread all around the Mediterranean covering most of the world known back then, or the timeless art and literature. Or maybe […]