Imagine how cool it’ll be to have a travel guide who not only shows you around but also clicks your pictures and buys you food! Well, that’s exactly what ‘the rent a boyfriend in Rome‘ brings to the table. By Kumar Shree
In the present age where digital media is rooting in our lives, the world has become a shrunken space and people are coming up with innovative ideas around it. Emanuele from Rome is a suitable example as he is hosting a ‘Walking Tour With Instagram Boyfriend’ on Airbnb Experiences and is garnering positive reviews from it. People having taken his services are recommending others to rent a boyfriend in Rome, too.
Being born and raised in Rome, Emanuele has explored the nooks and corners of this city on his own, thus finding hidden gems and unusual locations away from everyone’s eyes. He takes you to these spots, making Rome a bespoke experience for you. Of course, you’ll have pictures to light up your Insta feed (thanks to Emanuele’s five years of experience as a social media manager).
Emanuele charges around USD 90 (INR 6,465) per person for his services spanning two hours and a maximum of four people can attend at once. His profile on the website is flooded with five-star reviews. He has also listed out the entire itinerary — where all he’ll take you around and the food and drinks to be grabbed as well. You can also get a glimpse of his photography skills for his profile that shows photographs that he has clicked for those who’ve already availed his services.
One of the reviews for Emanuele reads, “Emanuele is wonderful! This experience is a really great way to see the city… He knows all the best spots for photos – I definitely recommend booking this, especially if you’re a solo traveller.” Not only singles, but couples also are availing his services as another review reads, “Emanuele took amazing photographs of me and my husband. He has an eye for beautiful backgrounds and advises on poses that work… You will not regret doing a shoot with him. He also treated us with a local snack suppli—yum!”
Well, now you know who to contact when on a tour in Rome.
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