Meet Your Guide in Florence: Bene

Meet Benedetta


This month we introduce you to Benedetta, “Bene” for friends, a genuine Fiorentina who’ll guide you through Florence’s alleys.


Name:  Benedetta

Nationality and City of residence: I was born in Florence, but now I live in Montespertoli, a small town in the countryside, not too far from Florence

Name of tour you lead and where: segway in Florence

During the training

Your favorite part of the tour: It’s fun when people arrived in the office, scared of riding the segway but at the end they want to bring them home!

Favorite Local Restaurant in your city: I don’t have a favorite restaurant, but I think that if you cross the river and get lost in the Oltrarno neighbourghood, you’ll be surprised by good food and good price!

One thing visitors to my city can’t miss: Ponte Vecchio by night all light up!

Travel Mantra? I don’t have one, but there’s one word that I always use, which became a sort of mantra. The word is “allora” and people keep asking me “what does allora mean”? I have to stop saying it…

Florence Segway Night TOur

What’s next on your travel bucket list? New York, for sure: I meet every day people coming from NY and it’s a shame that I have never been there! Second: go back to Japan, where I have been for my honeymoon! And something that I am sure I will never do (but why not dream of it) the Trans-Siberian, from Moscow to Vladivostock by train: 9000 km across countries, people, 8 different time zones… Maybe one day…

What is your favorite Italian city to travel to? My second, after Florence, favorite city is Siena, around 100 km south of Florence. My absolute favourite part of Italy is not a city in but a region: Sicily, the southern Italian region. Sicily is where Europe meets Africa, a mix of architecture and history, Arabian e Greek style and the food…oh my…

What’s your best travel tip for those coming to visit Italy? Many visitors think that the life in Italy is slower, tha we don’ t rush, that we have siesta and that we enjoy life: well things in actuality are slightly different

Tuscan “Fegatini”

What’s the food that someone must try in your city before leaving? I would like people before leaving to try the food like we eat at home, the traditional from Florence, not the lasagne, but the chicken liver pate crostini, the soup made with vegetables or with beans, and I would like them to try THE bistecca, the real one , the one three fingers thick and rare not medium cooked!!

Bene during a tour

What do you like most about leading tours? I love to share my city, the place where I grew up, every corner that is significant for me, with people coming from all across the world and I would like that people, when back home recalling “Florence” they would think of me. I am very lucky to be doing this job, because I can travel all around the world in the mind of people, I hope so!

What makes your tour unique? My smile :)

Make sure to ask of “Bene” when booking your tour in Florence!


Pope Francis in Florence

Tomorrow is a special day in Florence: Pope Francis the First will move from Vatican City towards the City of the Renaissance.
This Pope, as you know, is very beloved by both worshippers and non religious, because of his friendly and open attitude.


Anyway, to see a Pope moving from Rome is a very rare occasion, and Florence will be turned upside down by the changes of traffic ways, the restricted accesses to a lot of areas and the security enforcements.

For those who want to follow Pope Bergoglio’s movements, here a general program:

He will leave Vatican City at 7 in the morning, arriving in Prato and visiting the local Cathedral, then he will hold a speech for the local chinese community there, which is very compact and conspicuous.

After that he will move to Florence by helicopter, landing on Campo Di Marte’s Artemio Franchi Stadium.
From there, by car and in disguise, he will move to Piazza San Marco, in the very center of Florence (if you made some of our tours, you knew) and he will finally take place on the so-called “Papa-Mobile“.


Around 10 in the morning, he will move towards the Dome, visit the Cathedral and the Baptistry and then he will hold his speech to the those who gathered at the Permanent council of the Italian bishops conference at the Vatican.

After the speech he will visit the Santissima Annunziata Church to pray in a restricted council of observants, then he will have lunch into a homeless shelter nearby.

Around 2:30 pm Francis the 1st will go at the Stadium, where a simple but majestic “open aired church” has been built for his open Mass. The Crucifix on the altar is a masterpiece of the 14° Century, and the whole architecture has been designed with precise suggestions from the Catholic Art through the centuries.


Unfortunately tickets are required to assist – due to the massive presence -, but there will be 2 maxi-screens in the city center to follow the Pope’s movements: one in Piazza Santa Croce and one in Piazza Della Signoria.

There will also be some parades in the city center’s streets, all heading towards the stadium; and a pilgrimage that will be jointed there.
It’s actually a very interesting day, also for those who belongs to other confessions, because it can show some cultural aspects of Italy and of Catholicism that aren’t really known if you don’t belong here.

Just be careful: Florence will be basically locked to cars from 8 in the morning until 6 pm (in the center, 8 pm near the stadium)! Put on the most comfortable shoes you have and join the crowd – it will worth it!

Meet Your Guide in Rome: Barbara

This month you’ll meet Barbara, a most sweet guide and also a pillar of Rome Segway Tours!

BarbaraName: Barbi Bond aka Barbara

tionality and City of residence: Italian, I’m a genuine “romana”

Name of tour you lead and where: I’ll lead the Segway Tours and the Pizza Food Walking Tour in Roma.

Your favorite part of the tour: The very beginning, when we meet our customers and we get to know each other!

Favorite Local Restaurant in your city: “Hostaria de Pastini” (via de` Pastini close to the Pantheon)  for the greatest “Carbonara” and the best “Tiramisu” you’ll find in Rome!

During The TourOne thing visitors to my city can’t miss: Trastevere! Can’t leave out the West Side of the River when visiting the Eternal city. The atmosphere and the views are breath-taking and romantic, it’s the perfect balance of past and present living together.

Travel Mantra? Relax, leave all worries behind and enjoy the moment.

What’s next on your travel bucket list? Australia! I hope…

What is your favorite Italian city to travel to? Florence. I still don’t know the city well and that’s why I enjoy it whenever I visit because I learn somenthing new every time.

What’s your best travel tip for those coming to visit Italy? Eat all the eatable! Food is the heart and soul of one’s culture!

What’s the food that someone must try in your city before leaving? Carbonara! a most delicious pasta dish, with eggs and bacon, yumm!

What’s the most memorable experience you’ve had on one of your tours? The most memorable experience, was on a Segway Tour with a very nice family of which the kid was repeatedely scolding the mom, who was enjoying a little too much the speed of the Segway!!Barbara During the Tour

What do you like most about leading tours? Decidedly the satisfaction of the customers at the end of the tour.

What makes your tour unique? Doing my best to meet the customer’s needs, to make their experience the best ever!

See you soon in Rome!

Visiting Italy in autumn

Without any doubt, visiting Italy in autumn is one of the best things you can do. Just think about leaving the crowd and the heat of summer behind you and imagine the fragrance of chestnuts and truffles spreading in the air while driving slowly through enchanted landscapes painted in yellow and orange.

Autumn colors in the Langhe

Autumn colors in the Langhe

Autumn is also the perfect season for spending time in the so-called città d’arte (art cities) like Milan, Rome, Florence, Venice, Naples and admire the monuments in peace without lining or being squeezed by the crowd.  Sunny days can be amazing, and in case of rain, options are multiple. The easier? Find shelter in a museum and admire world renowned artworks or enter chic boutiques and do some shopping!

As sun comes back, rent a car and go for a drive in the countryside, maybe looking for a sagra (food  festival), since autumn is also considered by experts the best season for eating in Italy.

About  Milan

Giotto in Milan

Giotto in Milan

There’s no chance to get bored here! Among other things, just give a glance to the rich cultural offer of Palazzo Reale and pick one of the exhibitions  (our tip is Giotto).

If the Milanese fog is too chilly, go straight to the elegant QC Termemilano, a SPA in the  city center surrounded by history where you can even enjoy an aperitivo in bathrobe.

In sunny days don’t hesitate to rent a car and go to explore the countryside, smell the mist and delight your eyes with the unreal autumn colors, maybe in one of the best scenery in the world: the Langhe. Less than 2 hours by car from Milan there’s the white truffle world’s capital: Alba, where every year takes place the most important Italian truffle festival.

About Florence

You’re convinced that you’ve already seen everything in Florence? Maybe not, until the end of December, Florence will become a museum in open air where admire Jeff Koons artworks in an innovative conversation with the medieval architecture of the city and statues of the Italian Renaissance.

Food festivals in Tuscany

Food festivals in Tuscany

For tasting the Tuscan cooking at its best, once arrived in the city go to a Tourist Information Office and ask where the next sagre will take place in towns and villages around the city. Once there, you’ll have the chance to taste delicious porcini mushrooms or meat, to talk with locals and to do a unique experience.

And what to do in case of rain? What about indulging in a cup of hot chocolate, better if in the best cioccolateria in Florence?

About Rome

Appia Antica

Appia Antica

Whit less crowd, some places unveil their most charming aspect, like the peaceful park of the Appia Antica. Strolling there, surrounded by the Mediterranean nature and millennia-old ruins, can be an even mystic experience.

Sunsets in Rome can be moving and incredibly romantic, especially in autumn. Our suggestion is to enjoy the one you can admire from the top of the iconic Altare della Patria (Altar of the Fatherland), the view from here embraces the entire city: the Colosseum, the Imperial Forums, the the River Tiber and Jewish Ghetto, up to  the Capitol Hill and to the Quirinal.

In the second half of October, Rome hosts a famous international film festival, why don’t take the chance, mix with the Romans and become part of the event? It will be also a great opportunity to see a different aspect of the Eternal City, usually unknown for most of the visitors.

Meet your Guide: Cristina

NAME: Cristina!
Hi, Cristina!

Hi, Cristina!

I lead… quite a lot! You can find me in a Florence Segway Tour, a Florence Bike tour, a Florence Food Tour, and Florence Duomo with Brunelleschi’s Dome climb.


I really like the customers’ questions, above all when they’re made by kids: It’s an enjoyable interactive moment!


I’d really suggest everyone to try the Trattoria Angiolino, in via Santo Spirito, a fun typical restaurant with a local menu, in one of the most authentic quarters of Firenze.


Everyone should pay a visit to the Church of San Miniato Uphill: it’s an unique romantic atmosphere, especially at sunset… there’s a bit of effort to make, but the reward will worth it!


“Remember: a light luggage… to fill with a lot of kitsch souvenirs!”





I really want visit to the Universal Food Exposition in Milan. A food-addict as me cannot miss it!
It may sound an easy answer, but… it’s the one and only!
Don’t miss our T-bone steak, called Fiorentina. Better still in match with Chianti red wine!
On a Segway tour, a customer went down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend with an amazing Tiffany diamond.
He was still wearing the protective helmet.


in the country!

in the country!


Keep calm and drive… in our wild countryside. Italy has plenty of charming and little known towns that are waiting for you to discover them!


I love to lead my tours with a good compromise of fun and culture!
Next time you come to Florence… don’t forget to ask for Cristina as your tour guide!

A book-and-wine tour in Italy

Autumn: a glass of wine and a good book!

Even better, a glass of wine and a good italian book, right where it is settled. Let’s see where to go for a nice italian literary wine tour through Italy!

1) Sicily. A good thing of autumn in the south is that travelling is very low budget. And in Sicily the sea is still pretty warm, so, between a good meal and a page, you might still enjoy the wonderful seaside!


WHAT TO DRINK: a good passito after lunch. Sicily is famous for its Passito di Pantelleria, a sweet wine that goes with desserts.
WHAT TO READ: Andrea Camilleri, La forma dell’acqua (“The shape of water”). This old man that just turned 92 is one of the most famous mystery writer in Italy. The main charachter of his stories is Salvo Montalbano, a cop with his ideas and a pretty good taste when it comes to food!

2) Puglia: There is an italian band who named itself after its land’s wine. They’re called Negramaro, like the wine in Salento: it’s strong and (sounds like an heresy) best served cold, it hits your head and make you happy. Drink it carefully while dancing a “pizzica” on the last evenings outside, and the morning after enjoy the Negramaro singer’s book.

WHAT TO DRINK: Negramaro di Salento
WHAT TO READ: Lo spacciatore di carne (the flesh dealer), by Giuliano Sangiorgi. A history about family, traumas and love, in a language that only a rock singer can invent.

3) Tuscany. well, as we like to say, “ci piace vincere facile” (that’s an easy win)! Almost all tuscan writers put at least a glass of wine in their pages, just because you cannot think a tuscan person living without it. Now it’s almost Novello time – the new wine, light and bitter. And it’s a joy, taking a tour between the grapevines all red, maybe at sunset…


WHAT TO DRINK: A good, classic Chianti
WHAT TO READ: Marco Malvaldi, Odore di chiuso (“fustiness”). Malvaldi is another mystery writer, but this time, instead of summoning its typical charachters – old men gathered in a old bar – he chose to let a food legend act. Pellegrino Artusi, writer of the most ancient and famous recipe book in Italy, is the main character of this funny novel.

4) Piemonte. this region comes with great wines, the very famous Barbera and the Moscato D’Asti, and it’s a wonderful place for a car-trip. The Langhe zone is quite a wonder to see – even if now it’s already pretty cold. Even better though, you will enjoy your wine (with some Alba truffles) more!

WHAT TO DRINK: a sparkling prosecco made in Asti
WHAT TO READ: A neve ferma (“…until stiff”), Stefania Bertola. A romance about food and friendship, sparkling and funny like an Italian Bridget Jones’ diary.

5) Liguria. Another sea – literally, we’re on the other side of Italy. Liguria is in so many songs, thanks to two of our very famous songwriters, Paolo Conte and Fabrizio De André, because of its atmospheres a bit gloomy, quite suspicious, always slightly dark… and still full of life and joy. So listen to some of the most famous Paolo Conte and De André’s songs and let yourself be inspired to eat a rich pasta col pesto!


WHAT TO DRINK: a red “Golfo del Tigullio“, light and slightly sparkling
WHAT TO READ: Maurizio Maggiani‘s Il coraggio del pettirosso (The robin’s courage). A story about being strong and telling the truth, and enjoy life no matter what. The perfect conclusion to a great italian tour!


On this month’s Meet Your Guide in Rome we’ll introduce MARCO a most entertaining guide at Italy Segway Tours, who’ll make your tour unforgettable!



Meet Marco


Hi! my name is Marco Del Vento, born in ROME in 753 b.C. I have two brothers, twins, one called Romolus and one called Remus… but one happens be missing since a while!!! any news?


I proudly lead all of the activities powered by, &  since 2008… lotsa fun I never want to miss out!!!


Of all the tours that I lead, what I love best is to make all feel as locals and enjoy town from the point of view of an insider… and drinking from a “Roman Nose” is one of those things that anyone can do , but ONLY locals do properly!!!


First rule for restaurants:

  1. eat everywhere as long as there are no waiters inviting you in
  2. make sure that menus have no english translation.. it means it’s a local spot
  3. never order the wine of the house… enjoy botteld wine
  4. NEVER EVER order a cappuccino after lunch or dinner… only espresso coffea is allowed or you’ll be commiting a real Blasfemy!!
  5. Back streets off main tourist attractions should be preffered

If you follow these simple rules you’ll find pleasant places to enjoy the roman vibe for your lunch or dinner.  The best pizza place in town: Pizza Forum, Via di San Giovanni in Laterano, in the Colosseum area. The best restaurant: Romeow,  Via Franceso Negri 15, in the Ostiense neighborhood, 10 minutes walk from the Pyramid.


On the road


The Orange tree gardens is the “not to miss place” while in rome ( and the Rose Gardens in may & june )

TRAVEL MANTRA? Go, eat, talk, smell, see and… dream for long after

WHAT’S NEXT ON YOUR TRAVEL BUCKET LIST?  Short hawl: Milan , a great place with a superb karma.

WHAT YOUR BEST TIP FOR THOSE COMING TO VISIT ITALY? Go on tour with a local is the best suggestion I can give to future travellers coming to Rome



Pizza alle Patate

The “pizza al taglio” – slice pizza – with patatoes and rosmary ( no cheese !!! ) it’s mouthwatering! And from May to October a huge slice of local watermelon will beat the heat.


Memorable experiences I have them each time I go out on tour but having to share  one, the engagements beat them all! Such moving experiences from all points of view…it happened riding a segway… wonderful!


I love leading tours because I am so proud and deeply in love with my hometown, you’ll all fall in love for it as much I am!!!



During the tour

When booking your tour in Rome, make sure to ask for Marco and have a blast with all your family!

The best natural SPAs in Italy

We’re already at the half of August: let’s face it, summer is almost over. How are you feeling? Are you relaxed and ready to start over?

Or maybe – just maybe – you feel almost more tired than before, with all this early awakenings to see the city and late night times to enjoy the parties, and all the random food and the walking and the biking…?

Maybe you might want to enjoy some extra relax time, and this time only true and pure sweet doing nothing?

Well, we know what is best for you: a day at the Terme. Italy is full of thermal stations, raw or super-accessorized SPAs, you just have to check out which suits you best!


Between Latium and Tuscany there’s plenty of wonderful thermal stations. Ancient Rome almost invented the modern SPAs: Mens sana in corpore sano, a strong body supports a strong mind. Let’s follow the roman traces so, and let’s check out where to recharge our body & mind.

just imagine...

just imagine…

First things first, though. The most famous of all Terme in Italy are the “Terme di Caracalla” and the “Terme di Diocleziano”, near Rome. Named after two emperors, the well known Diocleziano and the less popular (almost infamous, actually) Caracalla, these places are monuments and of course it’s not possible to bathe in it: but you can start from there and imagine the greatness of the empire, before leaving for an actual wellness center nearby. You will find plenty near Tivoli, Stigliano, and Rome itself.

Going a bit further, in the lands between Latium and Tuscany (the so-called Maremma) you’ll find some little treasure. All the zone is full of SPAs and thermal stations: the most famouse is near Grosseto, and it’s called “Saturnia”. They are more than just a resort center, all the town is infact conceived to be one! You don’t necessarily have to pay a ticket to bath, because you will find a pool just wandering a bit ’round. A pool, and a creek, and some cascades too! Why do they have this strange name?
“Saturnia” comes exactly from Saturn: the legend wants the ancient (roman, indeed) god to get upset by the continuous wars in mankind. So upset that, one day, the god of weather and the time – Jupiter’s father! – took his most powerful thunder and threw it down to Earth. Being Saturn the god of agriculture and richness of Earth, though, he did not destroy the whole land: from the cracks on the ground sprung the hot water, and… here we are!

Leaving Maremma you have two choices: you can go near the Siena area, in the countryside with all the winery and small stone towns and going to the center of Italy, or you can follow the Mar Tirreno coast and go north.

In the beautiful Val D’Orcia, near Siena, you’ll find plenty of thermal stations – we can say that all the place boils with sulfuric water down there:  find one, relax and smell the peculiar perfume of boiled egg – so healty…

bagno vignoni

Bagno Vignoni

Don’t forget to pay a visit – it’s quick and small, I promise – to the beautiful borgo of Bagno Vignoni: a small town in the Siena area, literally surrounded by thermal water!



There are also a lot of free thermal spots around there – no buildings, no masseurs, no towels: just stones and water (be careful, it’s slippery!): just ask the locals… If you want to keep moving, you’ll find thermal stations also in the Arezzo/Perugia zone, between Tuscany and Umbria. The landscape is pretty different: from the gold of the straw fields and the elegance of the cypressus to the dark green of the oaks and the woods. Quite amazing, as well!

If you decided instead to follow the sea, you will arrive in the very heart of those who invented the “Terme”. Earlier on I mentioned Romans, saying that they were almost the parents of this wonderful baths, but the originals are right there, between Maremma and Versilia, and they are one of the most ancient and misterious civilization in Italy: the “Etruschi”. With their not-well deciphered alphabet, almost forgotten after the Roman Empire, the Etruschi found out that bathing in this stinky water was not that bad, and started to grow buildings around there, and proper stations.

Calidario Terme Etrusche, Venturina (LI), Toscana, Italia, EuropaThen the Romans gave order to everything, and it is not by chance that one of the most famous thermal stations there is called “Calidario”, near Venturina (Livorno): it evokes  the 3 steps program in the ancient Rome. Bathing in warm water (calidarium), in medium water (tepidarium) and in cool water (frigidarium) was supposed to be the most tonifying cure for body and mind – and it actually is, considering that we are still doing that!

You can go further, up near the Appennini or the Alpi Apuane – behold the white marble in Carrara while bathing a bit more, pass the mountains and enjoy the Emilia-Romagna…

Then you’ll be relaxed enough to dive again in your work life – waiting for next year to come back!

What to do in Florence during summer

If your place is too warm and you can’t stand the idea of lying on the bed drinking cool water, you might want to check out what’s up in Florence.


During summer there’s plenty of activities you might try, from a movie in a square to an evening run… let’s have an overwiev on the things to do!

Movie nights
In July and August a lot of italian cities organize summer movie nights in squares and parks: most of them are for free and most of them, thanks to the Bologna-based institute “Il cinema ritrovato”, are restored masterpiece in original language.
In Florence there are two open space cinemas for the moment: one is in the park near the Stadium, in the green and quiet Campo di Marte neighborhood, where you can enjoy some old movie while having a drink as well. Look for the program by searching “Cinema Light”. The entrance is free!

In the same zone you will also find two other movie areas: it’s the “Arena di Marte”, divided in small and big. The big one offers most successful last year’s movies; the small one offers a “d’essai” program,

with all the movies that you can’t normally find in the halls. Entrance costs from 5 to 6 euros.

It’s not over – there is another one: the “Apriti Cinema” program, totally free – most of the program is in a foreign language, subtitled in italian and english. It offers a sneak peek on all cultures’ cinema, from the African to the Japanese, with a large number of session focused on a particular theme (writers, women, documentaries).

It takes place in the central area of Santissima Annunziata square: it does not have a lot of places so assure yourself to be there well in advance if you really want to sit!

Running in parks
When the sun starts descending you might enjoy a jogging hour: the city is still really warm, but worry not… Florence is full of green areas.
Campo di Marte gardens are one option, probably the best for those who live in Cure or Stadium area, but there are also the “Ventaglio” park and the “Area Pettini Burresi”.

Then, there is of course the Cascine park, the biggest one, in the northern zone.
Another very useful and suggestive park is “Parco dell’Anconella”, between the AnconellaVerrazzano and the Varlungo bridges.
On the other side of the bridge you’ll find the Carraia park; and right near Piazzale Michelangelo you can try yourself with a run in Bobolino – the youngest brother of Boboli – and enjoy the view.

And of course if you prefer to relax no one stops you from bringing a towel and lie on the grass with a good book. You might want to bring also a mosquito stick, though.

Art exhibitions
One for all this time – is free and it’s in one of the beautiest spots in Florence: it’s Gormley’s ‘Human’ art exhibition. Pixelated or sort-of-melted men stand out against the sky in the wonderful Forte Belvedere.258ee2700b8562b5d51ebf2117179b3d_XL
You have to arrive there by foot, and it’s a bit of an effort, so bring water and go at sunset: the effect is wonderful and you will not sweat your skin out.

“Human” is not the only art show in Florence, but aside from the most famous in the old palaces and museums, we suggest you to take a look in the many galleries around the city. Sometimes they can really be surprising.

Then of course, if you want to get acquainted with the city first, you can follow us on facebook, take a look at our blog and our page and book a tour: we will show you why is Florence so unforgettable – and you’ll forget the heat!

Meet Your Guide: Giuliana

Welcome back everyone! This month you’ll meet Giuliana, a most enthusiastic and passionate guide in the wonderful Rome!


Name: Giuliana!

Nationality and hometown? Italian , born  and grew up in pics 4Rome.

Name of tour you lead and where: I lead the Imperial Segway Tour in Rome!

Your favorite part of the tour: What do I like  about the tour? Definitely the Segway! Riding a Segway is different from anything you have done before and it is a great way to tour Rome while having lots of fun!

Favorite local restaurant in your city:  I love  “Nonna Betta Restaurant” the best kosher food in town! This place is in the wonderful area of the Jewish ghetto, totally worth visiting!

One thing visitors to your city can’t miss:   a walk through  the colorful stalls of the market of “Campo de’ Fiori”

Travel mantra?   The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page

What’s next on your travel bucket list?  Everywhere!!! Although the greatest wish now is a trip to Colombia!

What is your favorite Italian city to travel to?  Venice!  It is one of  those places that everyone has to see at least once in their lives, just like Rome.

What’s your best travel tip for those coming to visit Italy?   Slow down, take it easy and enjoy Italy’s dolce vita, you’ll never enjoy it trying to rush to places!

What’s the food that someone must try in your city before leaving?  Definitely Cheese and Wine!!

What’s the most memorable experience you’ve had on one of your tours?   I’d say during the shooting of the latest “007 James Bond” …it was incredible!

What do you like most about leading tours?  I love sharing Rome’s beauty and its history with everybody!

What makes your tour unique?  Mm…I’d say my enthusiasm !!!

 Think you’re readJpegy for a Segway Tour? Book it now and don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to enjoy history and arts, while driving around on a modern chariot! And make sure you ask for Giuliana to be your guide!

Till next time!