How did I become a tour guide?

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I actually decided to become a tour guide after living through hectic years in nineties. In 1992 I left for the UK to study Master course in International Marketing, then worked for a bit in the UK, coming back to Czech in 1994 to work for foreign consultancies helping to assist Czech industrial companies to switch from planned economy system to market economy. For few years, I worked for my husband’s private company developing a market for special industrial products in Czech, Slovakia and Poland. Meanwhile I already started to work buil Krumlov Tours and the daily city walking tours to Cesky Krumlov, which I initially thought it would be just my hobby, but it turned up that that was what I really wanted to do. I love my job!

Cesky Krumlov is my home and workplace. I like to share my love and passion for Cesky Krumlov – its history, architecture, and spirit, which you breathe in the moment you arrive. I am here to make you understand this special place and hopefully you start to feel about it in the same way I do. I am sure Cesky Krumlov is an unforgettable destination of your travel itinerary too Central Europe, Czech.

Apart from the tours to Cesky Krumlov old town and the castle area, I developed series of day trips in South Bohemia and Upper Austria including UNESCO sites as Cesky Krumlov, Telc, Holasovice, Salzburg and more of hidden treasures of Czech (Trebon, Vyssi Brod, Zlata Koruna, Jindrichuv Hradec, Ceske Budejovice). I take people around in my own car (VW minivan) and always come up with the itineraries, which meet my client interests and expectations. I also guide cycling trips in South Bohemia. All these trips are available on request.


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