Born and raised in Verona, Manuela graduated in Japanese Language and Literature at the Ca’ Foscari University in Venice.
Following her university course, she continued deepening her knowledge of the historical, artistic, and cultural themes of Verona’s territory, as well as dedicating time to learning new languages.
Ever since, she has been working on accessible, responsible, and sustainable tourism. She attended courses on Italian Sign Language, disability, and accessibility, and she has been awarded a Post Graduate Degree in Sensory and multi-functional disabilities at the University of Verona.
Manuela loves reading, traveling, meeting new people, and most of all wandering around, especially in her home city. She believes that what makes a tour unique is the emotion of the meeting, the experience of the human relationship, and creating a sense of awe and wonder.