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Tour Esprit Libre

Budapest, Hungary
About Tour Esprit Libre
We are passionate about Hungary. We love it, cherish it, proud of it. We’ll try to make it your own. At least for your visit. And make you want to come back to enjoy its history, food and your new friends you are going to make. We are very glad that you are visiting our home, please come in!
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nancynyc1 wrote a review Jan 2019
New York City, New York13 contributions8 helpful votes
Adam Mako is much more than a tour guide. He is an artist, a scholar, and a human encyclopedia on all things Budapest - past and present. We spent our first day in Budapest with Adam who guided us through town customizing our visit to our particular interests. A day with Adam gave us an overview of the sites of the city so that we were able to navigate our way around for the remainder of our trip. I would recommend Adam to any group visiting Budapest - whatever your interests, Adam can whip up an itinerary with breadth and depth, which goes way beyond your typical Hop On Hop Off experience.
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Date of experience: December 2018
chb2000 wrote a review Aug 2015
Budapest, Hungary3 contributions1 helpful vote
Adam Mako's tour of the Palace District was a revelation. I've lived in Budapest for a while now and was eager to learn more about this beautiful city full of amazing villas and palaces. Adam's guided tour with a small group was just what I was looking for - intimate, well-paced, and off-beat. He showed us around the Palace District in Pest, sharing the human stories behind the elegant facades - the upstairs/downstairs romances, the crafty businessmen who serviced the aristocracy, the society that gave life to the architecture. He took us inside several of the villas, some of them renovated, some still needing the restorer's touch. He even took us into a hidden courtyard where a countess once lived, and the scene of a battle during the 56 revolution. Adam's love and enthusiasm for his city comes shining through as he makes its history come alive. I'm looking forward to taking more of his tours of unusual sites, like the old gas factory in Buda, and his bike tour to Szentendre.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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