Mihail Kolodko's special kind of monuments are highly popular: nice and witty mini-statues
Hungarians love good food - see a few things you should try here
Hungary is rich in curious stories: we tell you a few hereby
I've been working as a licenced tour guide in Budapest for the past decade.
I studied sociology and I love to look at history from a personal point of view - and share these personal stories. I am especially interested in World War Two and in our Communist past.
I discovered my Jewish ancestry as an adult, ever since I try to learn as much about this culture and the very rich Jewish history of Hungary as I can. I am a certified guide of the Great Synagogue.
Half of my family are architects, I was raised to be interested in buildings. I adore the Art Nouveau and Art Deco of Budapest.
I love to cook and I think food is one of the best (and most pleasurable) ways to get to know a culture, I also teach to cook Hungarian dishes at a cooking school.
Budapest is my home, my profession and my passion, I never get tired of discovering it, learning about it and telling it's stories.