- From 1 Day to 6+ Days
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?
Faustine was born in Nice in 1980 and fell under the spell of Marseille a decade ago . Passionate about arts, history and humanity, she graduated with a bachelor degree in English language, literature and civilization, that she completed working for the British Council at Pimlico School in 2004. She worked many years in the fields of education and artistic activities, gaining experience as a cultural mediator. Her strong interest to transmission, sharing and learning from each other led her to obtain her French National guiding license in 2017. Turned towards communication she studies French Sign Language, and attends theatre courses. She likes to bring visitors to sharpen their curiosity and develop a bright new gaze on treasures surrounding everyday life, especially in the South of France.
Originally from Argentina, Paula has been living in France for 4 years. After spending one year in Paris, studying at the Sorbonne in order to complete a Diploma in French Studies, Paula decided to move to Nice and get the certification to work as an Official Tour Guide. She also has a Master's Degree in International Business and a high interest in languages. Paula speaks English, Spanish, French and Italian. She loves travelling and enjoys meeting people from all over the world. She has been working in tourism for the last 3 years. Fascinated by culture, history, and architecture, Paula looks forward to sharing her knowledge and passion with the visitors in Côte d’ Azur.
Laurent has been a sommelier since the 80’s working in Paris, United States or Bonnieux in the Luberon. He has been living in Marseille for the past 12 years where he opened an organic wine bar & tapas around the old port. He recently left the world of restaurants to embrace a new path, that of a tour guide. Today, he spends most of his time searching Provence for interesting places, wineries and craftsmen off the beaten path. He continues to organize workshops in wine tasting and creating Provencal tapas.