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Holiday Houseboys

To fully appreciate Budapest you need to book a Holiday Houseboy, your local gay friendly tour guide. He will be able to show you around like a local. Whether you want to see the tourist sites, places off the beaten track or discover the new experiences, the Holiday Houseboy is there to help you. He looks after your safety and welfare at all times.


Mirabbos has recently graduated from university with a master’s degree in Tourism Management. He says “he has a humble experience in the hospitality industry”. Mirrabos is currently working as a project associate. In his free time, Mirrabos enjoys cooking, baking, going on hikes, doing yoga and spending time with his friends. Note he also likes to take advantage of the lively entertainment Budapest has to offer. To book Mirrabos for an interesting tour of Budapest, please click the icon below.

Mirabbos is a non smoker, and speaks English, Russian, Uzbek, Tajik and Farsi.

For the guide services of Mirabbos for 8 hours = a non refundable deposit of 45 euros by Paypal or major credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) PLUS 80 euros in cash to Mirabbos after his guide services. Total 125 euros.

Alternatively for the guide services of Mirabbos for 4 hours = a non refundable deposit of 25 euros by Paypal or major credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) PLUS 40 euros in cash to Mirabbos after his guide services. Total 65 euros.

This does not include transport, entrance fees or any food & beverage costs.

How To Book A Holiday Houseboy

To book any of our Holiday Houseboys please go to the enquiry form.

Or send an email to

Alternatively WhatsApp +94-76-630-1069.

Remember a Holiday Houseboy is your gay friendly tour guide who looks after your safety and welfare at all times.

Please note these are guide services and not sexual services.


Highlights of Budapest

Houses of Parliament Budapest

Houses of Parliament Budapest

Budapest is the nostalgic capital of Hungary. It is formed of two parts. “Buda” and “Pest”. They are dissected by the River Danube. “Pest” is a lowland area, and “Buda” the highland area. They came as one after 1873. The Szechenyi Chain Bridge joins both parts. The city’s population is 1.75 million, making it the 10th largest city in the European Union. It is both a city and a county. The metropolitan area of Budapest contains 33% of Hungary’s population, which highlights its importance in the region.

Budapest has ad the influence of many cultures. Starting with the Celtics, then the Romans, the Mongols, the Ottoman rule, and the grand Austro-Hungarian Empire. At that time Budapest was the co-capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, sharing it with Vienna. This collaboration lasted until the end of the  first World War in 1918.
Castle Hill is on the Buda side of Budapest. Use the funicular tram to go up Castle Hill to reach Buda’s old town area. On top of the hill is the 13th Century Buda Castle. Destroyed during World War II, it has gone under renovation to bring its splendour back to life. Also in the main square of the castle is Matthias Church. This was the place where major events took place such as coronations of Hungarian kings. Moreover in this area you can find the Budapest History Museum which explains Budapest’s rich history from the Roman era onwards.

The top attraction of Budapest is the Hungarian Parliament Building. Especially beautiful at night, it can be the high spot of a cruise on the Danube. With its neo-Gothic structure, its architecture was based on the British Houses of Parliament. A true landmark of the city.

Close by is a poignant memorial called “Shoes on the Danube”. It is a holocaust memorial consisting of shoes in memory of those shot into the Danube by the Nazi regime. It is said that the Danube turned red with blood during those horrific times.

Other buildings of note include the Halaszbastya. Similar to Disneyland, this building has towers and turrets pointing to the sky in true fairy tale fashion. It was built to commemorate the Hungarian millennium in the 19th Century. In addition visit St. Stephen’s Basilica (Szent Istvan Bazilika). It is huge, truly huge. The parish church completed in 1905 can hold up to 8500 people. Its beauty is highlighted with its neo-Renaissance dome.

For a panoramic view of the Danube, go to Gellert Hill. Furthermore the Citadella and Statue of Liberty are in this area.

To truly discover the best of Budapest, book a Holiday Houseboy, your private gay friendly tour guide. He will show you Budapest like no other, from a local viewpoint.

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