Italy is such a special country that I warmly suggest you to hire always a local and qualified guide for your trip.
Only a local guide is able to provide you very good service for your family, planning the perfect tour (with local tips).
That's why, even I live only 2 hours from Pompei or Florence, for your daytrip from Rome I'll suggest you to contact someone that lives and breathe the local history.
Naples, Pompeii, Amalfi coast
Francesca Papi www.fantasticflorence.com
Hello, I'm Francesca and I'm a qualified local guide of Florence. I'm proud of being Florentine and my mission is to transmit the love for my city to all my guests (I don't really like the word 'tourist', I prefer much more 'guests' or even better 'travellers'). I have been working in tourism for the last 8 years. I'm knowledgable, passionate, I enjoy my job, and I love showing you the real spirit of Florence. Give the best value to your time discovering Florence with me!
A.G.T.U (Guides of Umbria)
Qualified guides for your visit of Orvieto, Assisi and Perugia
In Europe rules about guiding are different, each nation has different laws.
But again I'll go local even in Madrid, Berlin, or London..
Bernhard Schlegelmilch, M.A.
"I grew up during the Cold War in the communist part of Germany. After the fall of the Berlin Wall I took advantage of the new freedoms, went to school in England, and came to Berlin 20 years ago to study history. Today I hold a masters degree in modern German history. I started guiding people on tours ten years ago, and throughout this time I said to myself: “This is what I want to do.” I love history, I love Berlin, and I find it a fascinating experience to meet people from all over the world.
I design tailor-made tours - each according to what travellers are interested in, whether its sightseeing, stories, shopping, museums or getting some excellent hearty food"
Always passionate about Art and History, after living in Boston, USA, she decided to turn her hobby into her profession and founded Madrid Cool & Cultural in September 2010, focused exclusively on organizing tours for small groups of artistically and culturally motivated travelers. Her tours are very creative: her experience as a traveler and lover of art, culture, and gastronomy has being extremely useful in designing a unique product, molded to the tastes of each client and the time spent in town.
"My name is Francesco Soriquez, the licensed official guide # 1079 for Sevilla and Andalusia (Spain). I give private and small groups guided tours in Seville and surrounding areas. I offer my services to small groups and families, travel agencies, schools and universities, companies and cultural associations. I am easy to be with: click on the link to see my curriculum, tours and reviews. I give key insights of Andalusian life, and I'm always willing to offer advice. Working with travelers is for me a delight because I learn from people having diverse cultures. I enjoy my profession with passion and provide exclusive and bespoke tours, projected according to your needs. Choose my tours and you will receive quality service, amusement and cultural lasting enrichment".