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  • Fluent in English, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish; learning Russian
  • 41, Male
  • Member since 2005
  • Communication and Marketing International Consultant
  • Degree in Comunication and Master in International Relations
  • From Montepulciano, Siena, Italy
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About Me


Know new cultures, place and people is my way to enjoy the life


I'm italian guy from Tuscany, I have been travelling all around Europe by train and than I have been living in Spain and in England and in Buenos Aires and I am right now back in Italy for few months.

I love so much and feel really ALIVE when I know new cultures, habits, point of view, landscapes, food, when I take my backpack and start a new travel! And when I'm at home it's also great to get in touch and know other traveller soul


My philosophy is resumed by these words from Neruda:
Muere lentamente
quien se transforma en esclavo del habito,
repitiendo todos los dias los mismos trayectos,
quien no cambia de marca.
No arriesga vestir un color nuevo y no le habla a quien no conoce.
Muere lentamente
quien hace de la televisionn su guru.
Muere lentamente
quien evita una pasion,
quien prefiere el negro sobre blanco
y los puntos sobre las "i­" a un remolino de emociones,
justamente las que rescatan el brillo de los ojos,
sonrisas de los bostezos,
corazones a los tropiezos y sentimientos.
Muere lentamente
quien no voltea la mesa cuando esta infeliz en el trabajo,
quien no arriesga lo cierto por lo incierto para ir detras de un sueno,
quien no se permite por lo menos una vez en la vida,
huir de los consejos sensatos.
Muere lentamente
quien no viaja,
quien no lee,
quien no oye musica,
quien no encuentra gracia en si mismo.
Muere lentamente
quien destruye su amor propio,
quien no se deja ayudar.
Muere lentamente,
quien pasa los di­as quejandose de su mala suerte
o de la lluvia incesante.
Muere lentamente,
quien abandona un proyecto antes de iniciarlo,
no preguntando de un asunto que desconoce o
no respondiendo cuando le indagan sobre algo que sabe.

Evitemos la muerte en suaves cuotas,
recordando siempre que estar vivo exige un esfuerzo mucho mayor
que el simple hecho de respirar.
Solamente la ardiente paciencia hara que conquistemos
una esplendida felicidad.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


I was in another association named Hospitality Club (pretty similar to CS) and then was introduced to Couchsurfing in one of my travels in Brazil. Anytime I travel it's amazing to contact local couchsurfers and know deeply a place from their point of view. And I like also to help and meet couchsurfers when I'm at home and particpate in CS activities


Just great amazing!To know a place trough the point of view of someone that live in this place, interchange ideas, experiences, way to see the life with someone with an open minded mentality and a traveller soul...that´s amazing how you can share so many thing with someone from the opposite part of the world!


Travel travel much more that to see places, is a phylosophy, the essence of the life...know another culture, music, art, another habits is so amazing, open your mind and make you understand more about your culture!!

Music, Movies, and Books

I love theater and cinema: Woody Allen movies, Being john malkovich, lars von trier, amores perros, julio medem, almodovar, amenabar, the big lebowsky, pulp fiction, indipendent movies that you can find you only in an alternative cinema!

Joaquin Sabina, World music, flamenco, bossa nova, jazz, morcheeba, portshead

Saramago, Neruda, Galeano, Oscar Wilde, Suskind,

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Traveling by train all around Europe, traveling throuh south america as a backpackers, on the road without a fixed program, but just improvisating and trying to know as deeply as possible the local people and culture...

Teach, Learn, Share

Never lose your curiosity and entusiasm to know, never listen who say your are old or it's too late to take your backpack and go. I learned from couchsurfers that to keep travelling, exploring, enjoying the sensation to know a new place or a new habits it's not wrong or crazy, it's to be alive

Countries I’ve Visited

Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Honduras, Hungary, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Paraguay, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay

Countries I’ve Lived In

Argentina, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom

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