Just a little bit about me:
When I was a child I wanted to be an adventuress exploring interesting and beautiful places, or even strange new worlds. I dreamed of being an architect unearthing hidden artefacts and forgotten treasures and finding answers to all the questions of humanity.
When I grew up I found a whole new sense of discovery, the sharing of ideas, history, values, meaning, perspectives, the ways in which people from all over the world connect and yet are seemingly very different because of where they are from.
Travel has always given me new ways of seeing things filling me with a buzz of inspiration.
When I meet new people and guide them around my fascinating city or beyond, I want them to relate to the experience, get an understanding of what the place is about and what the people are really like. My hope is that by the time they leave I'll have helped make the place feel a little less 'foreign' to them.
Whatever brings you to Hungary, I would be happy to be your guide, and help you make the most of your time.
I was born and raised in Hungary, I live in Budapest at the moment and I have been working as a professionally qualified and licensed tour guide for four years. I love my country, and I love my job.
Whether you come alone, with a partner, with friends or family. it's fine with me. My oldest customer thus far was 88 years old and my youngest 8 months.
All tours are tailored to your needs; we can walk all day, half a day, or enjoy the sights using a comfortable minivan or bus. If you are a Disabled person please contact me, and I am sure we will find a suitable tour for you.
*Hungarian physiologist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1937. He is credited with discovering vitamin C and the components and reactions of the citric acid cycle. He was also active in the Hungarian Resistance during World War II
A Recent Review of this guide
We were very pleased with the tour provided by Andrea and her driver, Ursula. Andrea was personable, knowledgeable and very proficient in English. It was enjoyable seeing the areas that tourists would not necessarily see -e.g., the Hilton Hotel in Buda built on Roman Ruins. It was also fun going through one of the larger Ruin Bars. Andrea seemed an expert on History, Architecture, and Food. We highly recommend her for a wonderful, fun and informative day.
Licensed tour guide in Hungary.