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How to Book
- How many days would you like the tour to be?
- Do you have specific goals for your trip?
- Which sites and venues would you like to prioritize? Do you want to just pass by or explore inside as well?
- Do you have any mobility concerns?
- Who are you traveling with? What are their ages and interests?
Robin Emlein holds a Masters degree in art history from the École du Louvre and a bachelor's in Dutch from the Sorbonne. Like many former Parisians, she now lives in Brussels, where she can freely indulge her love of Flemish art, arcane EU politics, "French" fries, and the extensive Belgian rail system. In her opinion Belgium is one of the Continent's best kept secrets, and she looks forward to sharing it with all those curious to discover this crossroads of Europe.
Natalie has a PhD in International Studies with a focus on social-political and conflict studies in the U.K. but her first university degree was a Master in Cultural Studies from Ghent University. She has also completed a Journalism degree. Between studies, she mainly worked in non-profit organisations as policy or advocacy worker. During her PhD research, she felt the urge to do something more practical at the same time and therefore decided to combine her educational background with her interest and passion for sustainable tourism. Natalie founded a small-scale tourism enterprise in Lima, Peru where she lived for a while. She runs this social enterprise that focuses on alternative and local experiences now from Belgium with the help of a local team in Peru. Natalie has also been a core team member and researcher for the California-based organization Ethical Traveler for almost a decade. After living in different places around the world, she returned to her hometown of Ghent in early 2018 and started guiding visitors in Ghent and other Belgian cities.
A native of Rome and graduated in Art History, Elisabetta is an independent exhibition curator and manager with more than 25 years of international experience. Elisabetta's mother tongues are Italian and German and she is fluent in English and French. Living in Brussels since 2006, Elisabetta has fallen in love with Belgium and its treasure cities and enjoys sharing her knowledge about their history and artistic beauties. Her aim is to make you discover the variety of political, economical and cultural interactions that have put this region of Europe at the heart of Western history. Married to a European official, Elisabetta will also be happy to introduce you to the cosmopolitan and multicultural environment of Belgium's capital or the international dimension of the harbour of Antwerpen, one of the world's most important trade hubs.