I have spent years living abroad and I know that settling down in a new environment can be daunting. If you do not speak the local language, basic tasks constitute insurmountable obstacles.
Either you plan a short or a longer stay, or you have decided to make Hungary your home, you may need assistance to set things going. Please contact me if you need help with sorting out basics like:
- understanding how things operate in Hungary;
- negotiating with various offices;
- enrolling your children into school;
- arranging a business or a tourist trip;
- advice on where to go and what to do during your stay.
In addition, I know the best places in Budapest, a proof of it is the photo below. This is the traditional Dobos(h) cake, born in the late 1800s – a sponge cake layered with chocolate buttercream and topped with caramel.
I have loads to celebrate at the end of this month and I wanted a little feast with my small family. I usually eat raw cakes though that are not preferred by anyone but me so I ‘sacrificed’ my some-would-say-too-health-conscious diet and I walked the 5-minute distance from my place to one of the best patisseries in the city. Dobos is a childhood favourite that you can find in most traditional pastry-shops but it’s not easy to find a place where they make it really well.
Secrets like this are waiting for you if you decide to book my services. A deep cultural insight is guaranteed.