My name is Elisa Molinari, I was born in Sant’Agata Bolognese – province of Bologna. I am a qualified tourist guide in English, German and Spanish and travel designer in Emilia Romagna.
After getting my artistic high school diploma, I have attended the University of Modena and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in European Languages and Cultures with specialisation as a cultural operator.
In 2011, I moved to Dresden, Germany where I worked as a local tourist guide and a web blogger. I have also taken part in the celebrations of the 500th anniversary of Raphael’s masterpiece The Sistine Madonna in Dresden’s Old Master Gallery. In the meantime, I have also attended intensive German courses of the Technische Universität Dresden and passed advanced German language exams (DSH and Test-DaF).
I have a significant experience in welcoming and interacting with VIP customers in the luxury automotive sector and I’m currently working as a museum and factory guide at Lamborghini MUDETEC.
From 2014 to 2018 I lived in Rimini, Italy where I worked for a while in the hospitality industry. Through this work experience, I was able to expand my knowledge in the tourism sector.
Between 2016 and 2019, I worked as a sales and customer care operator in German and English, carrying out many tasks that had strengthened my languages skills. From time to time, I was collaborating with Rimini Fair by carrying out hospitality and interpreting services during international events and conferences.
Being a very outgoing person with strong communication skills, in 2019, I decided to follow my passion and of course my love for the Emilia-Romagna region, by qualifying as a tourist guide. After getting my qualification, I completely dedicated my time for Italian and foreign tourists, who wish to experience the best of our territory. I am particularly fascinated by the House of Este, for this reason I have always made references to its history whilst working as a local tour guide in Dresden.
In 2020, in order to get past a long period of difficulty and absolute isolation caused by the Covid-19 virus, I have created my professional website www.lovelyemiliatour.com, wanting to express and promote the love for my homeland. Since 2022 I’ve been teaching tourism and incoming techniques for the Emilia Romagna region, giving focus to the development and promotion of customised travel services and products.