Lucie Hambergerová

For me, Pilsen is a matter of the heart. Even though I never actually lived in Pilsen, I spent all of my school days here, many of which are connected to unforgettable experiences. I also had the chance to live in the complete opposite region of the Czech Republic, where I fully realized in every way possible just how great a place Pilsen is to live in. For the Czech Republic, Pilsen is quite large, even though it’s actually a bit small when measured on the international scale. Nearly everything you can recall is here – everything from cultural living to sports and nature. I really enjoy the cultural menu provided by Pilsen. I love to walk the city centre and observe the pulsing life in the cafés and pubs, which are both places I also enjoy frequenting.

Last but not least, I’m proud to live in a city known all over the world for Pilsner Urquell beer. I’m a “beer drinker”, which is why any time I’m abroad, I always introduce myself as the girl from Pilsen, the city of beer. This helps people who have practically never even heard of the Czech Republic to know where I’m from.

As you can see, there’s no chance that you’ll run into someone at the InfoCentre who won’t greet you with a smile, Lucka being a prime example of this.