Cynthia Nerangis is a travel and culture expert of Greece and Italy. Traveling to Greece and Italy for over 20 years, she has mastered the art of vacationing in this part of the world. Cynthia has experienced the Olympic Games in both Italy and Greece as a media correspondent, worked in Northern Italy in the Eastern Alps in the FIS World Alpine Ski Championship, studied in Florence, Torino, Parma, and Rome in Italy and Athens, Thessaloniki, Crete, and Poros in Greece, and worked for three years in Crete and Corfu at one of the top Greek resorts. Cynthia has spent time studying, vacationing, and working in Greece and Italy which has allowed her the opportunity to create unique and unforgettable experiences for those traveling to the Mediterranean.
Cynthia has explored several regions of Italy including Tuscany, Lombardy, Piedmont, Apulia, Emilia Romagna, Veneto and more, creating exciting itineraries for those who share in the love of Italy. She has also travelled extensively throughout all of Greece gaining invaluable insight into the most popular Greek Islands, Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes, Crete, and Corfu, and sharing with those who have always wanted to check Greece off on their bucket list!
Ms. Nerangis earned a Master of Arts degree at New York University in International Education with a specialization in Western Europe and at a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology at Boston College with a minor in Modern Greek Studies. Cynthia completed two NYU graduate summer study courses including one in Florence, Italy at the famous La Pietra Estate. In addition to her travel business, Cynthia conducts cross-cultural training programs for expatriates and global teams working around the world. Ms. Nerangis is known as a cultural expert in Italy and Greece and has led numerous training programs for individuals relocating to and from both countries. Cynthia has been interviewed by The Washington Post and Convene Magazine, the ACS International School and podcast innovators, SmartMouths.