6. It's always great to hear positive feedback
Updated: Mar 20, 2020
Learning from Clients:
It was only few weeks ago that I gave a photo tour to Adam, a medical doctor from Maryland. It was a great pleasure walking with him and exchange ideas, opinions and our knowledge about Rome. I must say he actually told me things about the ancient Romans' medical science, I did not know. And that is why I love this job of mine: it gives me the wonderful opportunity to know interesting people, fascinating human beings, and, furthermore, these tours are a wonderful chance to share thoughts, stories and experiences with travelers from all over the world, having in so doing a very good time. So far, it seems they think the same about my tours.
A five stars review:
This is what Adam recently wrote to me: "Let me echo the many positive things said about Giulio. Getting an "insider photographer's" view on Rome was a wonderful way to see the city in a different way. Giulio makes the time fun, productive, and interesting. He is a thoughtful guide, has a great eye for unexpected shots, and is a wonderful conversationalist. Do not pass up the opportunity to spend time wandering Rome with him."