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  • 63 references 56 Confirmed & Positive
  • Fluent in Czech, English; learning English, French, German, Greek (modern), Italian, Spanish
  • 35, Female
  • Member since 2012
  • travel agent, anthropologist
  • Anthropology, Tourism and Economy
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About Me

I am an easy-going girl who loves traveling, meeting new people, and also freedom, independence, creativity, adventure, and excitement. I enjoy exploring the world and observing its diversity, viewing things from the perspectives of different countries, and knowing what people are interested in. Further, I enjoy nature in its many forms, from wandering through its beauty to thinking about maintaining a sustainable coexistence between man and nature. I like to live my life less ordinary.

I am interested in seeing new and different points of view and ways of life. I consider myself to be quite calm. Although I'm not much of a party girl, a glass of red wine with good company is enjoyable to me.

About some of my travels:
After studying Tourism Management at university, I decided to verify my newly acquired knowledge in real life, so I arranged for a visa, bought a ticket, and went up to the world. I spent two years in New Zealand, Fiji, Samoa, South Korea, Canada, Alaska, Puerto Rico, and the British Virgin Islands from where I sailed as a part of a yacht crew to France via the Azores. After I came back to the Czech Republic I started to study again (Anthropology this time) and spent part of my studies at the University of Kent in Canterbury (England) and at the Universität Wien (Austria). After finishing studies I went for an internship to Madrid (Spain). These days, if I’m not home (Rakovnik, Czech Republic) I’m travelling around Europe or elsewhere.

You can find some pictures from my travels here:

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Why I’m on Couchsurfing

I think the best part of traveling is meeting new people and experiencing different cultures. I want to do more than just be a tourist.
Another thing I enjoy is learning new languages.


I like especially sports when you can feel the peace, wind, and sun - hiking the mountains, exploring caves, birdwatching... Generally, I can enjoy everything. I love to look for possibilities and make my dreams come true :)

Furthermore, I am very interested in learning about naturopathy, ethnopharmacology, health and diseases, nutrition, and food preparation.

Music, Movies, and Books

When it comes to music, I especially enjoy American 60's, and 70's. In movies, I like Woody Allen.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

Generally, I consider every day to be a new amazing adventure.

Teach, Learn, Share

As a Couchsurfing guest, I will love to cook something Czech for you.

Some tips for visiting Czech Republic:
For the Czech Republic (or Europe) I recommend you to install map app called For transportation, you can use If you want to buy some guide book, the Rough Guide to Eastern Europe (except we don't feel like being part of Eastern Europe) is not bad at all (I used to like LP but now I find it quite commercial). You can find a map with ideas about things to do at www.kudyznudy .cz. And check this hilarious video out

Tips for Rakovník area:
In the summer you can take Kolešovka steam train to check local beauties, it's running on Saturday You should definitely taste some beer and walk around hops fields that are around our house. For a brewery tour, you can visit Krusovice brewery which is nearby

Tips for Prague:
When visiting Prague, don't forget to check Use-it map, it shows you where locals go for a beer or food and other places which worths for visit. Also which souvenirs you can buy in case if you want to buy some. It's not a commercial map and it's made by a non-profit organization. They have also maps for other Czech and European towns.

If you want to go to the bar I recommend you to visit Cross Club in the Holešovice quarter.

For food I recommend you my favourite canteen called Lidová jídelna Těšnov near Florenc (Těšnov 1163/5, Prague 1), there is usually a line of people waiting for lunches. Another one is Havelská koruna (Havelská 501/23, Prague 1).
We have a large Vietnamese community living in the Czech Republic so the Asians you will meet in streets/shops are mostly Vietnamese.
You can buy traditional apple, poppy seeds and quark strudels here (Jeseniova 29, Prague 3).
There is a nice place for delicious brunch at Vinohrady quarter, it's called DorukyDrink

For a good view, you can take a cabin lift to Petřín (you can use the same ticket as for public transport) or go to Vítkov hill / Parukářka hill. Definitely, an awesome place is Vyšehrad in the sunset.

You can also check out the art of David Cerny, it's an interesting stuff

Other places worth visiting are Lennon Wall, Petřín with a cable car, Riegrovy sady for chillout, Náplavka for an evening walk, concerts at Střelecký Ostrov, National Theatre and State Opera for some Czech plays and operas, St. Vitus Cathedral and Prague Castle, Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Municipal House, Prague ZOO or Botanical Garden in Troja.

If you have more time, visit also other towns like Český Krumlov or Plzeň for a real Pilsner brewery tour.

Countries I’ve Visited

Albania, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Cambodia, Canada, China, Croatia, Cyprus, England, Fiji, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, Italy, Kosovo, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malaysia, Montenegro, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Samoa, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United States, Viet Nam

Countries I’ve Lived In

Canada, Czech Republic, England, New Zealand, Spain

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