And I have lived quite some places: learned english as a child in California, studied and lived for eight years in Paris, and grown up in Budapest.
I am a real central-european: none of my grand parents birthplace is in todays Hungary, but all came from the formal Austro-Hungarian Empire.
This same mixture is what makes Krumlov - or Krummau - so unique and of course, its history and (fortunate or unfortunate) eternal second place in Bohemia.
When we meet I will ask you questions about what you have visited, Prague or Austria, and what you do or are interested in. I do my best to tailor my tour to your interests and avoid repeating things you might have already heard.
The advantage of a private tour is the real dialogue between local and visitor, and I will answer all your questions - never hesitate to ask. Some things might seem obvious for me but very strange for you.
My background - art history, philosophy - and my love for this city will hopefully help you to make of your days or hours in South Bohemia an unforgettable trip.
For daytrippers, well - you will have to deal with many other visitors, but for those staying overnight, be patient, after 5-4pm the city gets calmer, and you will be able to enjoy the river shore terraces and the famous czech beer at your pace.
Hope to meet you soon in Cesky Krumlov!
A Recent Review of this guide
Eszter was friendly, knowledgeable and accommodating. Due to a misundersstanding we were late for our tour and because she had a commitment following our tour, she shortened our tour and adjusted the cost. She went out of her way to show us places we requested. It was a win-win. She also helped us buy tickets for the Baroque threater ( website only in Czech), Castle Tour and the Regiojet bus from Cesky Krumlov to Prague. Highly recommend her services.
Licence Arts Plastiques, Paris Sorbonne I
Luxury Travel Guide Awards 2017 Shortlisted
Travel and Hospitality Award winner 2017
The Cesky Krumlov Castle employes their own guides, I can only guide groups over 10 ppl in HUNGRAIAN and FRENCH in the INTERIORS of the Castle