My profile as a tour guide might seem a bit unorthodox, but if you're into alternative cultural sightseeing, you'll be happy to bear with me for a few more lines and find out about my background.
I am PhD in Sociology and my thesis led me to find more about the way we construct our identities in intercultural social spaces. I spent two years abroad, studying, first in Padova, Italy, as an ERASMUS student, then in Bordeaux, France, where I did the anthropological research for my thesis.
I am, therefore, very interested in the way cultural differences shape our experience and enrich us. Subjects such as mobility, intercultural communication and tourism are very dear to my heart.
As a "day-time" job I work at the University in research, as well as a lecturer, teaching Sociology.
I speak fluently English, French and Italian, and I have a passion for Spanish, which I'm studying at the moment.
I invite you to visit my home town and let me aid you in discovering Bucharest's hidden beauty!
The tours I offer are conceived as walking tours in order to provide an authentic urban experience by diving into the capital's labyrinth of streets and history tales, as well as a better understanding of the social life of Bucharest's inhabitants....