After graduating with a degree in Latin and old Greek, Emma received a scholarship to live and study in Prague for two years. During this time, she also traveled extensively around Europe and Asia. When she returned home to Spain, she decided to study anthropology and also became a tour guide, which perfectly aligns with her love of travel, learning new things, and meeting new people. 20 years later, Emma continues leads travelers around Europe with a focus on Spain. One of her favorite tours is the “Camino de Santiago” (Way of Saint James) an important pilgrimage route from the Medieval Ages that leads pilgrims across Europe to “The End of the World” in Santiago de Compostela.