Why do I love my job? It allows me to meet many interesting people, share experiences and show my country and the whole Eastern European region to guests from all over the world. I love to share my knowledge with you - I know that the journey is not only about "seeing" places - this is mainly a "cultural experience" when you get to know people, their habits and acquire and culture. I love art - my father is an artist and thanks to it I have particular interest in art and Polish art craft. By sharing my enthusiasm and being a local expert I know that I can conduct a wonderful tour.
I do care about my clients, and they feel my personal attitude, as I try to anticipate their expectations and interests.
I also work with guests who are looking for their "family roots". This is a very meaningful part of my job. I know how important it is for the guests to trace their history and I have to admit that this makes my job not only an interesting one, but most importantly significant and sometimes very moving one.
I would like to share the real life while you are travel around Poland that is why I often share my personal stories connected with my city and country. These are stories referring to history, culture, religion and "regular" life in Poland.
A Recent Review of this guide
We spent two days touring with Renata. First day was city tour and second day she took us to see Auschwitz. She is very knowledgeable and an excellent driver, so we truly enjoyed the country side. We didn't have to worry about tickets, getting into a wrong line, being lost, etc. It truly was a hassle and worry free tour.
Tour Guide/Tour Leader License
Graduated from Applied Linguistics Department
I am not a guide at Wieliczka Salt Mines
I am not a guide at Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum