Martin is a native Dutchman, married to a Polish lady and dad of 3 great kids. He would like to become a Polish lad but he has failed so far! He doesn’t drink vodka and still refuses to eat pierogi (traditional Polish dumplings) – even those prepared by his mother-in-law. As a guide in Lublin, Martin enjoys telling the lesser known and funny stories about Lublin’s landmarks.
Martin has been awarded the title of Tour Guide of Inspiration (Przewodnik Inspiracji) by the Department of Sport and Tourism at Lublin City Office following a detailed examination of both our offer and his knowledge of Lublin.
Please, forget about stereotypes. Yes, Martyna is a graduated mathematician. No, she isn’t boring. Not at all! Don’t get fooled by her small posture and cute smile, as a mum of a big family, she knows how to stand her ground. She has a lot of knowledge about Lublin and its history, yet her stories will never be dull and can even be a little cheeky.
As a medical student in Lublin, Charl will become the new Dr. Gregory House. As a real South African he is crazy about rugby and a decent braai (barbecue). During his tours, Charl will entertain you with catchy stories. Like all of our guides, he is passionate about Lublin’s rich history.
Oh, I’m an alien, I’m a legal alien
I’m an Englishman in Lublin
Typically British, still slowly, slowly, Mark is getting more Polish by the day. Like Martin, his wife is from the Lublin region. This is how he ended up in our beautiful Old Town. He shares his love for the city in painting, photography, and by hosting tours. Don’t expect a stiff British upper lip, enjoy a tour with a warm, bubbling character.