German born in Munich, I always loved french culture and I studied it before deciding 26 years ago to move abroad, first to Turkey for a short stay, and then in France, in Nice, where I worked at Nice International Airport as a ground handling agent and where I was in contact with many people and cultures. I really liked this human dimension and I always wanted to help travellers enjoying their stay in the region by giving them local tips and advices. Knowing that, I decided to change my professional direction and went back to study Art (especially 19th-century art) and architecture at the University of Nice-Sophia Antipolis to become a licensed tour guide, leading in go back to study to become a certified tour guide, leading in German, French and English. Moving to the French Riviera, I immediately felt in love with this region, with its golden light, beautiful beaches and picturesque villages filled with history and art; my favorite are Cannes, Antibes, Aix en Provence, Monaco and Saint-Paul de Vence, where I have been guiding the last few years now, always trying to create tailor-made itineraries out of the beaten path with unique details and interesting anecdotes. My job is my true passion and I love to share it with my guests, while rediscovering the region each time with their eyes. Something curious about me: when I am not guiding, I love dancing and horse-riding!