Project Description

Tara Piombino

Title: Luxury Travel Advisor

Phone: 610-243-1138

Interest Specialty: Culture, Arts, Europe, Caribbean, Asia, South America, Honeymoon, Family

Location: Philadelphia, PA

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    “Tara has been my travel agent for over 20 years, and she is outstanding in every way. She is very knowledgeable and hard working. It is always a pleasure to work with her.”

    Amy S.

    “It has been a real pleasure to work with Tara on planning our trips for many years. She has brilliantly organized extensive arrangements for our trips to India, Peru, Northern Italy, Sicily, and Spain. What makes her a joy to work with is her enthusiasm, knowledge, suggestions, and follow up.”

    Peter and Lee L.
    About Me:

    I’ve loved and dreamed about travel since I was a little girl. Every Christmas, my globetrotting cousins would visit from Virginia, and entertain me with stories about growing up in Greece, high school years in Panama, and other travels to Thailand, Paris, Africa. I sat mesmerized hearing about their experiences. Our own family adventured in Mexico, Caribbean, Quebec, and New England.

    Years passed, and as a teen living in a town with snow from October to April, I would curl up with my Let’s Go Europe book, planning and daydreaming about future itineraries. Would I spend the night in Cheb? Detour to Edam for a slice of cheese and a bike ride? Get lost in the maze of Venice? As it turned out, many daydreams came true, and many more are still to come.

    With over 25 years experience, my knowledge and enthusiasm, together we can create your trip of a lifetime.

    Favorite places: Shanghai, Provence, Venice, Oaxaca, Ecuador, Savannah, California, Ligonier

    Favorite travel books: Lunch in Paris by Elizabeth Bard, The Snow Leopard by Peter Matthiessen, Book of Travellers Tales by Eric Newby, Divine Excess by Ichiro Ono, In Patagonia by Bruce Chatwin, River Town by Peter Hessler, and 1001 Days in Venice by Marlena de Blasi

    A2T’s Advisor Travel Tip

    – “Don’t forget to look at a map. It’s so important to memorize the neighborhoods in relation to where you are staying, and to understand the distances between points of interest and places you might be visiting.”