Der kleine Einheimische für Innsbruck

This guidebook is an alternative travel guide or assistance and suggestions to experience the city more consciously and authentically, to explore it in a unique and individual way and thus to get new perspectives on city life.
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Over 4,000 young people start their studies in Innsbruck every year, and a total of 32,000 students are currently enrolled at the universities in the Tyrolean capital. In addition, there are thousands of young guests every year, attracted by the unique mix of urban life, a wide range of sports and a spectacular mountain world on the doorstep. So it's time for a new city guide that allows you to experience Innsbruck with more freedom and leisure. The focus is neither on a list of must-see sights nor on activities that you feel more or less forced to do.
The guide offers a way to explore the city according to one's own mood and to let oneself be driven by the inner clock. It is meant to motivate, to point the way instead of forcing and to (mis)lead to the new and the unknown. This travel guide represents an alternative travel guide or assistance and suggestions to experience the city more consciously and authentically, to explore it in a unique and individual way and thus to get new perspectives on city life.

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The hip travel guide for younger visitors and students.
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  • ISBN: 978-3-7022-3673-1
  • Publication date: 2018 Tyrolia
  • 128 pages
  • 20 col. Illustrations, 5 bw ill., 1 removable and foldable overview map, 1 slip-in pocket
  • 16.5 cm & 11.5 cm