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Konrad Waliszewski

Washington, DC


About Me

Hey there, I'm Konrad. I'm the Founder & CEO of TripScout​, a mobile app that provides self-guided city tours from top local guides. I'm also a digital nomad with plans to visit every country in the world. My travel blog is

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Washington, DC



New York City

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Konrad's Activity

ACairo: What is your favorite restaurant in Cairo?

For really good and rather inexpensive Egyptian food, with an good and authentic atmosphere, check out Abou El Sid​ in Zamalek. It's one of my go-to spots in Cairo. It's an obvious recommendation, but if you're visiting, you should definitely... See More

QEthiopia: Advice for a trip to Ethtiopia, Somaliland, and Djibouti?

Has anyone traveled between Ethiopia, Somaliland, and/or Djibouti (or any 2 of them)? Do you recommend the trip and any logistics advice for ground travel and border crossings? Thanks! See More

ASan Francisco: What are the top 5 can't miss tourist attractions in S.F.?

If you had to narrow it down to 5 things (which is so hard to do in this tie-dyed, technicolor wonderland), I'd first explore the following 3 neighborhoods: Mission District​: This is one of the coolest neighborhoods in San Francisco. Murals and... See More

ASan Francisco: Top things to see in San Francisco & San Jose?

There are some many great things to see in San Francisco. Having just finished a mobile guide to the city for TripScout ​, I do have a few thoughts. If only doing 3 things, I'd focus wandering around a few neighborhoods: Mission District​: This... See More

AWhat is your best travel selfie?

My favorite was probably at the top of Lion's Head​, overlooking Cape Town, South Africa and Robben Island (Nelson Mandel's island prison). More pics and thoughts from this trip are in my blog... See More

ABelgrade: From 0-10, how would you rank Belgrade, Serbia among your experiences?

Definitely a "yay"... Belgrade has great food, a fun nightlife, and a lot of history from the Yugoslavia days. I'd recommend going, but I'd split my time in Belgrade with Sarajevo + Mostar in Bosnia... See More

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