111 Orte in Innsbruck, die man gesehen haben muss

Others may be modest: Innsbruck likes to call itself the "Capital of the Alps". In 2016, Susanne Gurschler's book "111 places in Tyrol that you must have seen" was published.
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Others may be modest: Innsbruck likes to call itself the "Capital of the Alps", sometimes it is even referred to as a "cosmopolitan city" - yet the city has less than 150,000 inhabitants. It confidently advertises its great history and draws on the Olympic Games that took place here. So the Golden Roof, Maximilian I and the ski jump? - Not at all! Anyone who strolls through the streets and alleys of this city with an open mind, who sets out into the low mountain range, will be surprised at how many faces Innsbruck has, will discover great things in secret and get to know remarkably special sides of this city.

Susanne Gurschler has been a freelance journalist and author in Innsbruck since 1998. Her specialities are art and culture, regional history and architecture, tourism and culinary arts. The Germanist writes non-fiction books as well as contributions for magazines, anthologies, yearbooks and catalogues. Her book "111 places in Tyrol that you must have seen" was published in 2016.

  • Binding: Paperback
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Publication date: 26.04.2018
  • Language: German
  • ISBN: 978-3-7408-0343-8 
  • Publisher: Emons Verlag