Once I have accomplished my studies of the foreign languages I moved from Moscow to Caen Normandy in 2012. Having spent one year I have discovered this great passion for the history and culture of Normandy. I started my career as a Tour Guide with 5 weeks of theoretical and practical courses at the Caen Memorial Museum after which I worked for the Museum for almost 4 years as a tour guide on the D-Day beaches.
After a while, I have decided to start the tour practice on my own. I felt almost an irritating desire to share my knowledge with people all over the world. Specializing mostly in Private Guided tours of the D-Day Landing Beaches and the Battle of Normandy, I spent weeks and weeks in the libraries working with other professional tour guides in order to be competent to provide other tours and to suggest other options to the travelers.
For me, Normandy with its authenticity has become my second home. I love traveling myself and know how to share this true passion for showing people from all over the world the beauty of Normandy: its unbelievably beautiful coastal landscapes, pebbly and sandy beaches, excellent and divers museums, quiet pastoral villages and some exceptional architectural gems. I am very enthusiastic and know how to communicate well with everybody, and I understand the importance of listening and respecting the others.
I came to Normandy as a foreigner, I started discovering it as a stranger but now I am enthusiastic and happy to be able to show you this magnificent region with all its authentic beauty.