My characteristics

  • Understanding of needs
  • Speed in finding information
  • Ability to create connections
  • Love for knowledge
  • Respect for every journey
  • Desire to discover the world

Nomad by nature. I was born on Como Lake, I studied in Milan and Lyon, I lived in London and finally I drove to Ulaanbaatar through Iran and Central Asia.

I stopped for some time in Siem Reap and Luang Prabang, I loved Bangkok only after the third time I was there.

Among my great loves are Yunnan, Mongolia and the north of Laos. I consider Angkor one of the most beautiful places in the world.

The most difficult time I had traveling was perhaps breaking the drive shaft of my Panda in Tajikistan, on the border with Afghanistan.

My professional career has always been twofold: on the one hand, back office for large domestic and other companies, on the other, travel and discovery of Asia.

My articles have appeared  and continue to appeat on publications as Soyombo newsletter, Sapore di Cina, East Journal, Viaggio nel Mondo and Viaggiare Low Cost. I write on my blog and manage a network of websites.

My online network was born from a collaboration between Italy and Thailand, I deal mainly with the creation of content.

I recommended dozens and dozens of people, whether they were looking for the best hotel in Uzbekistan or wanted to know how to get to Chiang Mai by motorbike from Italy.

I am particularly fond of my contacts in Iran and Mongolia, because even places that seem complicated in reality they are not.

I am in possession of a regular tourist guide license, I have a degree in History, I took a journalism course in London and one for teaching asylum seekers in Italy.

I speak English, French, during my travels I fell in love with Chinese and now I try to study German.

I have volunteered for a long time both in Milan and in London and I am sensitive to the issues of responsible tourism and ecotourism.

My network

If you want to take a look at these are some of the sites I manage, designed to give the opportunity to those who want to leave to find useful information about the trip and the hosting culture. If you have any suggestion or you feel something could be improved, let’s me know!

Tuttocambogia: italian website about Cambodia

Tuttolaos: italian website about Laos

Farfalle e trincee: my personal blog

Hanzi: the Chinese language faced with a bit of humor

If you want to know me better

5 + 13 =

Pietro Acquistapace

Accompagnatore turistico autorizzato Regione Emilia Romagna

Tesserino numero 76 rilasciato il 01/10/2021 con atto numero 16689 del 14/09/2021