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.

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.