Reypenaer Cheese is fabulous. I always describe it as the kind of cheese that Dutch people buy for each other for Christmas. They buy really high-quality types of cheese and they let them age slowly and carefully.
A full 4-hour food adventure in small groups of 2 to 8 people. Hungry Birds invited me on their Daytime Experience’ and I loved it. I was curious to see how they would make a whole tour out of Dutch street food.
Go behind the scenes in Bratislava from the relative comfort of a vintage Skoda seat! We didn’t go with the Skoda as it was too cold so we went in their 1992 VW van instead which still had a pleasingly retro feel to it.
Andrea of Budapest Guide is the owner/operator of Budapest guide and gives excellent and affordable private tours which is what I’ve heard as she comes so highly recommended by customers on my tours.
Lee and I went on 3 tours in Istanbul: The Secrets of Istanbul and Istanbul Heritage, with Yunus. Excellent tours, he has such a broad knowledge of the city and its history and was very open to changing the content and route.
At last, I’ve found a London tour that I can confidently recommend! I went on 2 thoroughly enjoyable tours, both given by Jonnie who owns a tour company called Bowl of Chalk (Cockney rhyming slang for ‘walk’).
One of the great things about living in Amsterdam is being so close to Paris! Lee and I love tours and we make a point of trying other tour companies in different cities. So we hopped on the TGV train.
Marcus has a relaxed way of making complicated history understandable, a quick laugh, and a wry sense of humor just below the surface that pokes regularly through. Lee and I went on all 3 tours.