This is not a tour with a large group and pink umbrellas to follow. I have been giving tours and digging out stories and forgotten legends about the history of my well-loved city for years. Finally, travels are driven by stories or not? It ismy passion to discover hidden historical places around all over Hungary and in Budapest. Let me bring you around in this crossroad of historical events, and satisfy your thirst for knowledge about the history, politics, culture, everyday life and winemaking in Hungary. Are you interested why do I say that there are no Hungarians living in Hungary? What life looked like in the narrow streets of the medieval Buda? Why the parliament of such a small nation is still the third largest one in the entire world? Why is the number 96 is so important in Budapest and what happened with the only skyscraper of Hungary? Let’s find the answers for these and many more questions together! Prepare yourself for a real storyteller tour in Budapest with locals! Also, I'M ready to answer all your questions about history and and every other topic you are interested in.
Professional experience-seeker, traveller, wine-lover and a student. As a language lover, I'm always on the move to learn new languages and to get to know as many people as possible. I already lived in France, Spain, Austria and Germany, but I come back every year to Budapest to spend here the summer and the autumn months. I can honestly say, that I have a good knowledge about the Hungarian and the European history and politics, these are actually my to favourite topics beside of my passion for the Hungarian wine-making :)
By the end of the tour we will enjoy a coffee and a traditional Hungarian strudel at a local bakery.
By the end of the tour we will enjoy a coffee and a slice of traditional Hungarian strudel.
We will use sometimes the public transport, but the tickets are included in the price.
We will first walk through the inner city of Pest where I will tell you a lot of interesting, funny or sad and often shocking stories and tales. On the way we will pass by some less known spots, such as the treasury, the "glass-house" and a ittle market hall. From there we will take the metro to Buda, to discover the less touristy Western walls of the Castle and then continue to the main sights like the Fisherman's Bastion and the Mathias Church.
最多可有6位年满15周岁的参与者参加。家长也可携带2岁以下的儿童参加。 We will take an approximately 3 hours walk around the city, with some stairs, but nothing really exhausting.
Please wear comfortable shoes, be prepared to walk for 3 hours in the Downtown of Pest and in the Castle District of Buda. Never leave your thirst for knowledge about the Hungarian history at home and your camera and sense of humour (both of them fully lo
Please wear comfy shoes, be prepared to walk for 3 hours in the Downtown of Pest and in the Castle District of Buda. Never leave your thirst for knowledge about the Hungarian history at home and your camera and sense of humour (both of them fully loaded). In case of rainy weather bring an umbrella.
1001 tales - Storyteller Historical Walk