Adam was born by the ocean, in Perth, in Western Australia, and grew up loving all the things you can do on the water. He started sailing as a child, which soon became his biggest ambition. After finishing high school he started University but deferred his studies for a few semesters to fulfil his dream of becoming a professional sailor. From 2006 he travelled all over the world to participate in many major sailing events, such as The World Match Racing Tour and the Americas Cup World Series. While travelling, he fell in love with both Europe and the European lifestyle, so soon afterwards a permanent move here was certain.
Although Adam was based in Budapest in Hungary for two years, in 2010 he set foot in Munich for the first time, immediately falling in love with the city, and even before visiting the Oktoberfest! Deciding to stay, he found a place to live, a way to deal with German bureaucracy, his first lederhosen, a Bavarian girl and a passion to show people from all over the world his new home. Shortly afterwards he settled permanently here and began to work as a tour guide. For the last 7 years Adam has been working full time as a guide, not just in Munich but also around the beautiful state of Bavaria. Taking tours to places as close as the Dachau Memorial Site, at which he achieved full memorial qualification, but also as far away as Neuschwanstein castle, which became Walt Disney's inspiration for the legendary Sleeping Beauty fairy-tale castle.
In 2014 Adam and Marcin decided to take their love of the city of Munich one step further and opened their own tour company, InMunich Tours. Adam’ s promise to you is to offer the best of Munich's history and the many things to see and do within the city. Regardless of how long you are staying in Munich, you will know where to go, where to eat and what to do with his help.
Adam is not content with just being your average guide, he is also here to be your friend InMunich, to show you all the sights, sounds and pleasures this magnificent city has to offer!
Of all the reviews Adam has had in the last 7 years all over the internet, these sum up not only his professional approach to some very difficult history, but his passion for Germany today.