1/ What was your path to becoming a guide? And why did you choose this profession?
I went to architecture school, but I quickly realized that what I liked was built heritage, not construction. I went on to study for a BTS in Tourism, then got my first job in a vineyard where I led tours of wine cellars. These visits were a turning point for me. I went back to school to get my national guide lecturer card.
2/ What’s it like to be a guide in France’s oldest city?
It’s a big responsibility, but an extraordinary playground! Marseille offers so many sights, you never get tired of it.
3/ What’s your favorite neighborhood?
The Old Port and its south and north banks for its historical heritage. It’s where it all began, it’s the base of Marseille!