I’m spending most of my time walking around Budapest and touring around beautiful Hungary. I’m amazed to see that my country attracts more and more tourists every year. Yes, it’s a great thing. But at the same time it’s overwhelming, too.

I’d like travellers to have the most perfect Budapest experience, and I have a few tips for you to consider to make sure your visit is enjoyable and is good for our city and our people, too, leaving some living space to the Budapesters.

  1. Support local businesses: hire a local guide, eat local, drink local. 
  2. Instead of doing bus tours take public transportation and walk.
  3. Forget about guide books and the must-see attractions. Try and discover the city for yourself.
  4. Don’t invade specific baths/museums/bars/restaurants. It’s so sad to see that local people can no longer go to these places because they are overcrowded.
  5. Don’t do anything you wouldn’t do back home.

I’m happy to have met realy great people and to have had the chance to show them around my beautiful Budapest and some of the Hungarian countryside, too. It was a real pleasure!

That’s a Hungarian saying, that’s probably how Hungarians try to find some comfort when they can’t see the sun for weeks. Budapest really is beautiful all year around but it shows most of its splendor in the sun.

Originally they were all built as single family homes, most of them were designed by the same architect so that the avenue has a harmonious look. They symbolize old wealth and old aristocracy. I’m happy to show you around our beautiful Andrassy avenue and tell you the stories of these beautiful buildings.