Silvia Brito Morales
Once upon a time there was a small town on the banks of a river called Spree. In the course of centuries this town developed into the capital city of a powerful kingdom: Prussia. Some time before entering the darkest period in her record, the city will go down in history as the most important town of a young and short-lived empire… With all its highs and lows the fascinating aspects of Berlin’s historic development including its immediate surroundings and geographical confines are today reflected in the numerous sites of interest and attractions suited to fit many and varied interests. Come and enjoy the unique experience to learn about the different aspects of cultural life, arts and entertainment, visit unusual and mysterious places, trace the past as well as today’s distinctive features. I will provide you with uncommon views of the German capital and surrounding area offering guided tours and excursions tailored to your interests.
This is me!
Here you see me before the first of the 6 terraces of Sanssouci Park, the most important set of palaces and historic gardens listed by UNESCO in Northern Germany.
For this and many other reasons, this is one of the many places on my list of favorites that I will have the pleasure of showing you if any of the options included here, elaborated with a professional experience of more than 20 years in the field of receptive tourism, was to your liking.
Born at the Equator (Quito, Ecuador), after ten years in thrilling Brazil during my teens, I completed my studies in “Business Administration in Hotels and Management” in Quito and started working as a tourist guide in 1992.
When moving to Berlin in 2000, I specialized in History and Art History and obtained a qualification from the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation, which entitles me to take you on a guided tour within the most important museums and palaces – personally, professionally and in five different languages: Spanish, Portuguese, French, English, German.