Emiliano Tufano - Private Guide in Pompeii
certificate Country: Italy I conduct tours in cities: Amalfi, Caserta, Naples, Pompeii Airport Transfer: YES Hotel Reservation: YES Translation Service: YES Languages: italian, english, spanish Education: Degree in Archaeology Currently working on a PhD project Licenses, Training and Certifications: Additional services of this guide:
transpotation by Mercedes van or sedan with driver or by Buses
Languages: italian, english, spanish
Hello everyone and welcome in my personal page. I was born and live in Pompeii where my family lives since generations. I'm an archaeologist and a licensed guide and I live my job with passion and satisfaction.
Contact me to visit every archaeological site, the cities, the island and the museums of my extraordinary region. I can provide exclusive and tailor-made tours, projected according to your requirements. Chuoosing my tours you will receive quality service and cultural enrichment.
I am a friendly and cheerful person and tend to treat my clients as if they were my friends. I like to give interesting insights of Italian life, and I’m always happy to offer advises. I am used at working with small groups as well as big groups. I can guarantee punctuality, amusement, professionalism.
Working with tourists is for me a delight, I receive great satisfaction comparing myself with people having diverse cultures, and at the same time I'm proud to show them the beauty of my region.
When I was ten years old I found a piece of painted pottery on a small piece of land belonging to my family, which is located nearby the ancient Greek city of Paestum. For the whole of that day I kept this piece of history in my hands. I remember that it was decorated with a black figured scene of a Satyr driving a biga. Private guide in Rome.
The feeling I had when realized it was a genuine antique object was very strong, and I started asking myself many questions about the people who occupied that area across the centuries and, particularly, about the man who made such a beautiful piece of work. Since then I started collecting all sorts of pots and stones that I found while I wandered through the countryside. I used to divide my finds simply on the basis of their shape and color.
They were the first steps of me becoming an archaeologist.