Rome (Living), Vatican City
English, Italian (Native)
2 hours on average
I was born and raised in Rome, where most time I still live: sun and sea please me a lot so, whenever I can, you can find me there. . !! Even if my teaching experiences lasted only a few months when I taught Italian for foreigners, most of my colleagues call me: "The Professor", may be because of my University Degree in History, or may be because I look pretty serious! To tell the truth I have a deep sense of Humour, expecially when I talk about our politicians (anyway no big effort in laughing about them!!)
I started working in tourism in 1970 (for Hertz rent a car). In 1980 I moved to the Reception of a centrally located Hotel in Rome (front desk staff). In 1987 I've got my licence as a Italy and Europe Tour Guide.
In the following 20 years I worked mainly leading Tours in Italy and Europe, but in the last ten years, as a licensed Tour Guide mostly in Rome only: I love this caotic city! A great mixture of past, present and, why not, future!
Amazing guide full of energy and wisdom. We were able to see all the requested locations in Rome and got to see the Independence Day Parade and Italy's President. Sergio took us to try the best Ice Creme ever, the pizza was amazing too. Thank you for everything Sergio.
Ciao Ali thanks for your nice words: it was a pleasure being with all of you: next time Iran! All my best Sergio
Sergio was a delight- punctual, charming and so knowledgable… he suggested the itinerary after I specified catacombs and thermal baths.. great way to travel in the city and he chose great traditional simple cafe for lunch which was excellent. Delightful man to chat to… easy company. Recommend highly
Ciao Virginia gracias… My pleasure being with the four of you. Hope we can meet again for some other tours: what about Vatican Museums? Ciao for now All my best Sergio
Great tour Sergio was great ,no wonder they call Him The professor
Ciao Fred, grazie Hope meeting you again soon All my best Sergio