Tamás Tossenberger (1987)

About me
My name is Tamás, I am Hungarian. Since I know Rousseau I am committed to live as a European Hungarian. 2006 was the year I went to university and settled down in Budapest (BP). I liked my years of college: worked in journalism and diplomacy, sang in a band, was on the set of a Hollywood movie, worked at Sziget Festival for years, did Erasmus in Warsaw and enjoyed the benefits of Couchsurfing. Today I try to save the heritage of those times and work at the editorial of culture of a news agency.

I am open to everything that serves the idea of “sound body, sound mind”. I do whatever kind of sports, try to do as much sustainable activities as I can, and try to pick up as much stories and smart thoughts as possible.

I consider culture a soft power and for me Spotted by the Locals is a community of underground ambassadors. Feel free to ask me for advice.

Why Budapest?
Because I always knew that I had to end up here. Because this city has so many faces that it is often filmed as Paris, Berlin, Copenhagen, Moscow, Munich and so on. But in my imaginary (and a bit biased) movie scenarios there is no city to play the role of Budapest.

A Parisienne told me once, that for her Budapest is Europe’s number one city. I don’t dare disagree.

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