“My husband and I are raising a daughter and three sons, which is why it may come as no surprise that we enjoy Pilsen for its lengthy network of bike paths, the Zoo and DinoPark, and the Liberation Festival in May, something the male side of the family, in particular, is always looking forward to.”
Michaela got to know Pilsen during her years at secondary school. It’s here that the city grew on her so much that she couldn’t wait to return to Pilsen after having finished studying tourism in Karlovy Vary. She now lives with her family south of Pilsen. Michaela commutes to work and appreciates the fantastic public transport, which always helps to keep the city within reach. She also likes the renovated Paluba Hamburk area in front of Pilsen’s Main Railway Station, where you too can run into her at the Information Centre, as well as new, modern buses and trains offering riders a comfortable way to travel.
In her free time, Michaela loves attending performances at the J. K. Tyl Theatre, visiting her favourite restaurant Osteria with her husband, and Pilsen’s pubs Na Parkánu and U Salzmannů.