CONTACTS & FAQ
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If a specific guide is assigned to a tour, we ask that you please make direct contact with her/him via the e-mail address or telephone number indicated.
FAQ - FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Prices are based on the following: guide fees, eventual transportation costs (bus, boat, cable car), eventual restaurant costs, etc.
Guide fees can be found on this website under “Rates”. Fees are set according to the time required for the tour. A guide can effectively serve 30-35 people. A larger group requires additional guides, taking into account safety considerations.
With regard to eventual costs such as transportation, restaurants, etc., please determine the final cost(s) with the guide, according to your specific needs.
A guide can manage from 1 to 30-35 people. Larger groups require additional guides, following the same ratio. However the main guide coordinates with the other guides so that the entire group can remain together comfortably.
Certainly. Discuss the details and the guide will prepare an offer.
Once you have chosen your desired tour, the guide will provide you with a detailed proposal. Once you have accepted the proposal, the tour is considered confirmed.
This is decided by the guide in agreement with you. Guides are unable to accept online payment through this site.
This should be determined along with the guide, according to the tour selected and the needs of the participants.
All tours require comfortable walking shoes as the historic city centers have stretches of cobblestone.
Some tours incorporate trails and require hiking shoes.
When the tour includes a visit inside a church or a cathedral, bare shoulders must be covered.
Your guide will specify the proper clothing in a detailed proposal.
Most of the tours are suitable for children however some have a minimum age requirement. If you book a private tour, the route and activities can be customized depending on the needs and ages of the children.
We also offer specific tours for families.