My name is Sara. I'm 21 years old and I was born in Milan. I have a Dilploma in Musical Theatre, I am currently strengthening my performance skills by studying drama and dance as well as attending auditions to work in theatres. I also like to write little plays to perform with my friends. My other interests include literature and languages; I think that learning a new language gives many possibilities such as meeting new people, getting in touch with different cultures and widening one's horizons (moreover I love reading books in their original language). I enjoy Italian cuisine a lot, it is very varied and usually healthy, however when I want something different nothing can beat Indian food. I have a sweet ten years old cat that I love immensely, we grew up together! It may seem clichè but my favourite place in the city is probably "Piazza Duomo", it is always full of people from different places and at the same time very soothing to me, I also like Via Soperga since there are no cars and it feels like entering a different city (it is full of asian boutiques and restaurants). During daytime I would start a tour by showing the guests the symbol of the city, the Duomo of Milan, which is in the beautiful Piazza Duomo (after having purchased a ticket it is also possible to go on the roof of the cathedral and enjoy a beautiful view of the city).Then I would bring them in the stunning "Galleria Vittorio Emanuele", that leads to "Piazza Scala" where the most famous theatre of the city and the city hall are. After we can reach "Castello Sforzesco" and the park “Parco Sempione” where it is possible to admire both the classical architecture of “Arco della Pace” and the contemporary one of “Triennale”. Another important part of Milan is the word-famous fashion quadrilater, home of the most important shops and showrooms of the city. The cemetery “cimitero monumetale” is worth a visit since it is practically an open-air museum full of statues and monuments. If we still had some time we could go in Sant’Ambrogio church. During night-time I would bring the guests alongside the “Navigli”, centre of Milan nightlife. Then we could go in Gae Aulenti Square (which is characterized by its unique contemporary architecture) and walk in the lively Corso Como. Another beautiful area to visit by night is “Brera”. I was born in Milan and have spent most of my life here, it is the place where I will always be able to go back to and feel at home. This city is special to me since it combines aspects of the Italian culture with an openness to innovations and internationality, we say that Milan is the “locomotive” of this country. An important Italian song-writer described the city by saying that it is close to Europe, a place that asks you a question in German and then answers you in Sicilian. I think he was right. I can spend time with the guests during the day (mostly in the morning and first part of the afternoon) and at night. I have a car that I can drive. I want to be a local in my city since I love it a lot and would like to share its wonders with people from other places. Moreover, I think it is both important and fun to speak with people that have different cultures than ours, since it is great way to discover something new.