Why do I love being a Travel Consultant.

Being a travel consultant gives me the opportunity to go to many places I would otherwise only have dreamed about. I love showing my clients that it doesn't have to be a dream – they really can visit the best places in the world and I can help them get there. As much as I enjoy sharing my experiences with customers, I equally love hearing about their adventures when they get back home.

My top travel picks.

I highly recommend Italy as a travel destination. With its mild temperatures all year round, the history, culture and amazing food, there is something for everyone in this wonderful country. Check out these photos of some of my favourite Italian places to visit, and then give me a call. We can start planning your next travel adventure today!

  • Rome Lazio Italy Rome, Lazio, Italy
  • San Barnaba, Venice, Italy San Barnaba, Venice, Italy
  • Florence, Tuscany, Italy Florence, Tuscany, Italy
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Rome.

Lazio, Italy

Rome is a beautiful city that is filled with world famous attractions and hidden gems alike. Renowned works of art and historic sites tell the story of western culture going back to antiquity. Visit the Colosseum to see thousands of years of history still standing in the heart of the city.

Insider tip: The Vatican is a city within a city and a must-visit while you are in Rome. Just make sure your entrance ticket includes a “front of the line” pass so you can skip the line-ups.

San Barnaba.

Venice, Italy

Known as "the floating city," Venice has been called the most romantic place on Earth, and once you see it, you'll quickly understand why. There are no roads in this city, so you can explore the historic sites and unique architecture on foot or by boat along the canals.

Insider tip: If you are only in Venice for a short stay, consider taking a guided tour to make sure you get to see all the best spots this fabulous destination has to offer.

Florence.

Tuscany, Italy

The birthplace of The Renaissance, Florence is one of Italy's most enchanting cities. It is full of history, art and beautiful architecture, all with a more laid-back vibe than many other Italian hot spots.

Insider tip: Michelangelo's statue of David is in the San Marco district of Florence. This 5-metre high statue of the man who took down Goliath is something to behold. Visit early in the morning or late in the afternoon to avoid the crowds.