Claudia Pinci Official Guide of Rome
Claudia Pinci is a specialist in Roman Archaeology and a licensed official tour guide of Rome.
A graduate of the University of Rome "La Sapienza", with a Specialization diploma in Classical Archaeology at UniversitÃ degli Studi della Basilicata, she has lectures in Roman archaeology at the UniversitÃ Popolare di Roma.
She is actually a collaborator of MoLA (Museum of London Archaeology Service) and of the Soprintendenza Archeologica di Roma in research and archaeological excavations.
"I believe that a monument is only a stone if you don't know the extraordinary history it tells...
I started to give guided tours in 2001 to share my passion for Roman archaeology with the wider public.
During my guided tours you can experience hidden places of Ancient Rome and its surroundings in depth immerging yourself in the atmosphere of a mythical past full of legends and epic.
I like to work with small groups of travellers as I believe that the most important ingredient for a successful tour is to establish a good communication with each of you.
To answer your questions, curiosities and reflexions about the topics with meet during ours journey of discovery of a place, including local traditional cuisine, wine and restaurants."
Alessandro Mazza Official Guide of Rome
Alessandro Mazza is an art historian whose passion for architecture led him to wander for years in all the most hidden recesses of Rome, with no apparent aim than curiosity, and again curiosity.
"Having taken a degree, than a Masters' Degree (Architectury History), then actually attending a Ph.D. course (Architecture History, again), after years of research, publications (among others, I am co-editor and author of the biggest survey on Roman architecture of the XX century), conferences and lectures, I decided to share my passion for Roman history of art with others lucky few quality tourists.
Someone who can appreciate my speech and glib tongue. Well, not so glib, don't worry! Hope you'll like my way of bringing to life the secrets of this wonderful eternal city".