I’m Alice Rossi and I was born in Parma, where I still live. Although it’s a small city, Parma is full of interesting things to do and taste. I think life should be lived with passion and smiles as we seek to realize our dreams. My passion is food, and my dream is to share my passion!
I love getting its magic across, whether to experts or to other interested people. I did a degree in Food & Wine Science so that I could turn my passion into a job. After university, I worked for a year (2012-2013) at Barilla Academy, where I was in charge of Gourmet Touring and Taste Education. I organized and publicized tours about Food & Wine and special tastes. My various jobs made me realize how much I love working in close contact with people, so I decided to become a tourist guide and tour leader. This gives me the chance to show off our Food & Wine specialties to Italian and foreign tourists, and to share my emotion and passion!
I’m Valeria Taiani and I was born in Guastalla and grew up in Brescello, where I now live and work. After finishing my high school language diploma, I continued to study languages (English and German) and completed a degree in literature and languages at the University of Parma.
During my studies I had the opportunity to welcome many tourists from various Italian cities and many foreign countries, working with the Peppone and Don Camillo Museum before taking a job at the Brescello tourist office. Ever since I was a child, I have had a great passion for history, art and the past in general, so I decided to become a tourist guide and tour leader. Now I’m ready to show you the beauty and distinctive features of our region!
I am Giorgia Conversi, I was born and raised in Parma, where I still live and work, most of the time. After a classical education among ancient greek and philosophy, most likely thanks to my degree in foreign languages in Bologna, I discovered the world. Current occupation: professional nomad.
Constantly looking for new and beautiful places or unknown flavours, learning while exploring is one of the thing I love the most. I will never get tired of the multifold ways Cultures have discovered to express themselves. Said that…it does not matter how far I manage to go, a tie will never be broken, the one with my city. Parma is not simply my hometown, several generations of Conversi, before me, have chosen this land as their own. I am a fifth generation Parmigiana, if I am not in Parma showing its beauty, I am abroad boasting of it. My other passions are gastronomy and history. The first quite a common thing around here. I chose to become a tourist guide in order to share my passion and enthusiasm but also to have a chance to learn more about such a rich and fascinating country such as Italy.