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Our Visitors

Postcards from Budapest

Some of Educational Tours Hungary’s visiting groups are pictured below along with some comments from the students and their teachers.

Schools that have chosen Educational Tours Hungary for their trips include:

  • The Loomis Chaffee School, Windsor, Connecticut, USA
  • Fallibroome High School, Manchester, UK
  • IA Sprog Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Kantonsschule Wil, Kanton St.Gallen, Switzerland
  • Department of History, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
  • Metropolitan International School, Berlin

Group from Denmark

Fungarian session

“My teacher was Balázs and he was excellent. A very good teacher, great sense of humour… This is a fantastic way to get a basic functional use of simple phrases.”

Loomis Chaffee School

At the indoor market

“Miklós was an amazing resource for our university trip to Budapest. He was knowledgeable, helpful, and went far out of his way to make extra time to work with us after the tour. I couldn’t have asked for a better experience.”

Group from Switzerland

Visit to the Soviet war memorial on the WW2 Tour

“Visiting Budapest and seeing first-hand all the things we’d been studying, brought them alive! “

Group from Univeristy of Chattanooga, Tennessee

Visit to the Margaret Island – the monument to the unification of Buda and Pest.

“A cool week in Budapest! It’s been our best trip so far.”

Group from Belgium

Outside the House of Terror

“Excellent tour and walking class on history of Budapest centering on communism. I recommend to anyone. “

Group from the Netherlands

Fungarian lesson

“Great fun! We all learned enough phrases to do a bit of shopping after.”

Edtours guide, Balázs, teaching the next generation of tour guides on a walking tour of the city.

Metropolitan International
School, Berlin

We just had the most amazing week! Thanks to everyone at Edtours.”

“Firstly, thanks for all your help and organisation before, during and after our school trip…I most definitely want to do this trip again next year.”

Organising teacher of the trip from the Metropolitan International School, Berlin.



“Checking out the Michael Jackson tree in downtown Budapest on the City Game.

Never knew how much he liked this city!”


“Great team game round the city –

saw a lot, learnt a lot, and we won!”

We were happy to be asked to host Channel 4’s Travel Man, Richard Ayaode, for a Fungarian lesson and a walking tour of Budapest with Miklós!