What we do
Florence Inferno is a blog about the mysteries, symbols, and places mentioned in Dan Brown’s latest novel Inferno, with a particular emphasis on the city of Florence.
We also provide other guided tours of Florence that let you to explore the city beyond Inferno, as well as a monthly events guide with information on music, art, cinema, markets, and many other exciting things.
All the tours are organized by Termetour, a Tuscany-based tour operator. Would you like to learn more about us? Take a look at our team below :)
With a degree in Event Planning & Management, Irene worked in a publishing house in Florence before moving to the world of tourism, her great passion. She lives in Tuscany but travels often throughout Italy and abroad for Termetour’s projects. For Florence Inferno, she takes care of both the packages, which include hotels, and the special tours.
Fabio spent several years studying and working in Berlin and Hamburg, Germany. He returned to Italy to work first in publishing and then as International Director for the Touring Club Italiano, the largest Italian association devoted to tourism. For Florence Inferno, he takes care of many of the important details.
Sean is a writer-editor from Canada with a background in Classical Studies and Christian apocrypha. While backpacking in Italy—particularly Florence—he developed a keen interest in Renaissance art and history. Like Cosimo de’ Medici and Dante before him, Sean finds that many ideals of classical culture remain relevant today. He takes care of our texts.
Tatiana is a content marketing and SEO specialist, with a background in Contemporary History. She created the Florence Inferno project and takes care of it every day. She focuses especially on online marketing strategies, but also loves designing the tours, dealing with tour participants, and coordinating our awesome team.
Tuscan by adoption, Marilena has a degree in Archaeology and a passion for communications. She writes great articles in English for Florence Inferno’s blog. Her collaboration stems from a desire to work on a project requiring the full participation of every team member to quickly achieve great results.