TEAM

Róbert Kabai

Róbert Kabai

landscape architect
principal
Hunscapes Co. Ltd.
tourist guide
License no. 160036

English

Based on my experience in the fields of landscape architecture, education, management and arts, I decided to enter and enrich the palette of the tourism industry in Hungary. Amongst our programmes dedicated to the heritage of the country, my focus is on landscapes. Landscapes that are both the subject and mirror of human activity, carrying clear or encoded messages of our socio-economic status, national character and attitude towards the environment. I invite you to join the club, to discover and interpret these codes together!

Lara Angyal

Lara Angyal

philologist in italian
tourist guide
License no. 150205

English Italian

Since I was 9, I have known what I want to be. So I am a guide in the city I truly love, with its thousand-year history, architecture and hidden treasures. It is not my job, it is my passion. To see the sparkle in the eyes when you learn something new, the smile on the faces after a joke, and get satisfied comments at the end of the tour – all what make this worth to do every time. I believe that each language opens a gate to another dimension, so I speak both English and Italian. I had been a tour leader in my beloved Italy for years, but now I would like to show what Hungary has to show you.

Ágnes Csáky

Ágnes Csáky

german teacher
tourist guide
License no. 120290

English French German Slovak

I love to travel! To plan the trip, to pack my luggage, to find out what to see, what is where and even to get lost sometimes... To discover places, to learn, to be amazed, to meet new people and of course to taste different specialties. I spent three summers by the azure blue Ionian Sea in Greece as a tour guide. I have a guiding license in German, English, French, Slovak and Hungarian. My goal as a guide is to introduce you Budapest that reminds you not only a location on the map but a city where you had a great time, where you gathered wonderful experiences and where you can return any time.

Bettina Erdei

Bettina Erdei

philologist in spanish
tourist guide
License no. 160038

English Spanish

Spanish language has been an important part of my life since I was fourteen. Back then, when I started to be familiar with this beautiful language, I had no idea of how many doors it would open up for me. I am very grateful for being given the chance to do part of my studies at the University of Seville in Spain. As a result, a cultural universe has opened up to me. In my opinion, the rewarding part of working as a tour guide is being able to lead groups of people through some of the most beautiful sights of my city, and see the look on their faces knowing that I can be a part of that memory.

Orsolya Fazekas

Orsolya Fazekas

philologist in japanese
tourist guide
License no. 160002

English Japan

I got acquainted with Japanese culture as a child when my father worked in Japan for 4 years. Later I studied at Japanese Department of Károli Gáspár University, where I received my Master Degree. I have been dealing with Japanese people who visit Hungary for several years. It is interesting to realize that for Japanese people Hungary is a very special, exotic country. Personally I also love travelling, discovering new places. My aim is to give memorable experience to our guests coming to Hungary.

Ágnes Mészáros

Ágnes Mészáros

art historian
programme leader

English

Being an art historian by profession, I am also fond of many other sorts of art including literature, music and folk dances. My admiration towards Hungarian folk music and dance began only about a decade ago, but has been growing ever since. It is a unique cultural heritage, rich in motives and variations, bringing a storm of emotions into your heart – so that you can never get bored of it! While living abroad, I also had a chance to try my feet in folk dances of other nations. As your guide, I'll do my best to assist you to enjoy a truly Hungarian night out. Come and try, let the spell of this magic fall on you!

Piroska Tóth

Piroska Tóth

folklorist
folk dance teacher

English

Hungarian folk traditions have played a very important role in my life since I was a little child. I started teaching Hungarian folk songs, plays and dances in nursery schools and in our folk dance group 'Cédrus' before finishing high school. At Eötvös Loránd University, I took a Master's degree in folklore and ethnography. Currently I am working on my PhD thesis in contemporary children folklore, while also keeping on with my practical activity in this field. The theoretical and practical side of the topic support each other and me to do my work better and better.