My name is Estefanía Rodríguez Guerrero, and I was born on 31st August. I started work as a guide for Cicerone in June 2012, for one season. In 2013 I moved to London to work and improve my English, staying there until March 2014, when I came back to work for Cicerone, until now. Before working as a guide, I already had experience in tourism through working for a year and a half in the hotel sector.
I have a degree in Tourism from the University of Granada, and I spent a year of it in Ireland, where I was also able to study.
Like everyone else who works here, I love Granada, to show it and walk in it. And dealing with people who are seeing it for the first time is wonderful. It is hard to single out just one place in Granada, but I think that no-one can forget the views from the vantage points on the Verea de Enmedio del Sacromonte, because in my opinion these are the best panoramas of the city.
I like history, and this is one of the reasons I wanted to be a guide, and I love to travel. I also enjoy reading, and it’s something that goes perfectly with the other two. I come from a fairly large family, and when I have free time I try to go back to my home town to see them all..