Born in the French Alps, Hervé Segata made a radical change in his life when he settled in Argentina, 14 years ago. Seduced by the spirit of freedom and diversity peculiar to Buenos Aires, he decided to leave behind his career as economist and his grey suits to start studying drama to become an actor. Madly in love with Buenos Aires, he loves wandering from the cobblestone streets of San Telmo to the chic avenues of Recoleta, sharing a “bife de lomo” with a fine Malbec red wine in the bohemian bars of Palermo, or screaming at a Boca Juniors soccer team game.
Tireless traveler, Hervé explored many times Argentina, from the Southern glaciers of Patagonia to the Northern salt deserts, from the peaceful vineyards of Mendoza to the majestic Iguazu Falls. He’s eager to share with you all the secrets that make Argentina such a special place, far from the mainstream tourist spots.
Hervé speaks french, english, spanish and portuguese.