We are looking for fun and educated people to drive travellers around in the Czech, German, Slovakian, Austrian and Hungarian countryside starting from Prague and Bratislava.
🤲Come and get the job that just keeps on giving…
- Have fun and meet new people every day
- Discover the hidden gems of Central Europe
- Spend your days outdoors
- Make new friends in our cool youthful team
- Enjoy a flexible work schedule
- Learn communication skills that give you an unfair advantage in everything you do in life
- Earn a motivating salary
Sidetrip Tours is looking for fun and educated young people to work as Tour Leaders
Sidetrip is a spin-off of a top rated tour company in the Baltics called Traveller Tours. We offer unique small group one-way transfers with sightseeing stops between European cities. These tours give travellers the chance to visit smaller towns and see countryside highlights when travelling between major cities.
Our tours are run by passionate locals who are graduates of history, cultural studies and other humanities – and they love sharing their knowledge with travellers.
The training is provided by us and previous work experience is not needed. You will learn from our best people, you’ll be driving our minivans and following the excellent routes we’ve put together.
Sounds interesting? 👉 APPLY NOW
Not sure yet?
- You have grown up in the Czech Republic or Slovakia or know it like a local
- History and culture are your things
- You are educated & well-versed in current affairs
- You speak excellent English
- You love talking to people & storytelling
- You have a valid driver’s license and are a confident driver
- You live in Prague, Bratislava, Brno or not far from it
- You are able to start in April and work full-time from June to October, the best can get a permanent position
Feedback from our staff:
Jakub / Tour Leader from Slovakia
“Working as a tour leader has given me an opportunity to be in contact and interact with people from all around the world. Since I started I have learnt a lot about other countries and their cultures, which in fact, makes me want to travel more. I also enjoy the relaxed pace of the tours, the great team of colleagues and the flexible schedule.”
Pavlina / Tour Leader from Czech
“Job? What do you mean? It is not a job, it is my hobby that I also happen to get paid well for! I got it quite accidentally when my friend sent me a link, I was hesitating because I was bit scared of driving but it turns not to be a problem at all. It’s simply amazing, talking to people about the things you like and let them experience your country in a very local way. As said, I really love it. Another great part is the team, they are not only colleagues but have become good friends with who I like to spend my free time with.”
Peter / Tour Leader from Slovakia
“Joining this company was the best decision. I could easily connect travelling and meeting dozens of interesting people from all over the world while doing my job. If you are passionate about travelling and still want to be a boss of your free time, love to work in team but also being independent, want to visit the most beautiful places on daily basis, this is the best option for you guys. Just join our young family!”
Triin / Manager in Central Europe
“I joined Traveller team as a tour leader in 2016, with the intention of working just for one summer. Yet, I loved the job and more importantly the team, so much that I never left. Last year I built up the Latvian & Lithuanian teams and right now I’m responsible for building my own team in Prague and I am very excited about this new challenge.”
Karolis / Tour Leader in Lithuania
“This job gave me the possibility to make one of my goals come true – to become a guide and I have never regretted this decision. It is the best environment I have ever worked in where everyone is friends, you can get any support you need and you can choose your own work schedule. Most of the time I don’t feel that I am working – it’s just an amazing adventure for me.”
Kamile / Tour Leader in Lithuania
“I always get asked by tourists how do I like this job. And I always go for my honest answer that it feels like my hobby! I love meeting new people, I enjoy speaking English, I really like driving and always dreamed of a job where I could truly share the knowledge (of the things I love) in front of an audience. Not to mention the best colleagues and a relaxed atmosphere all the time.”