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Anna Krepper

A country girl who has finally dared to venture into the big city! After spending three years studying in Innsbruck, it’s now virtually impossible for me to hide my love for the city. My shared flat is the ideal home and a life far from the fields has given me a completely new insight into the city I thought I already knew

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Ashley Wiggins

Originally from Hemel Hempstead, England and now living mostly in Innsbruck. Ashley regularly travels back to his homeland, but misses the mountains as soon as he lands. His love for his girlfriend as well as the mountains made the move to Innsbruck an easy choice.

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Barbara Egger

An Innsbruck-born woman, Barbara Egger lives and works in a holiday village at the foot of the Patscherkofel mountain. She knows Innsbruck and its holiday regions like the back of her hand.

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Carlos Melgar

He's now living The Dream as he goes back and forth between Stand Up Paddleboarding to Snowboarding and white sand beaches to hiking trails. He's contributing to the Innsbruck blog with an insatiable appetite for all things Innsbruck, feel free to toss him and tips and suggestions for local experiences.

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Danijel Jovanovic

Danijel is a born-and-bred ‘Innsbrucker’. Growing up in the city’s beautiful Mühlau district, close to the mountains and countryside, he learned to see things with different eyes from an early age and to capture those images with the camera.

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Diana Cappellini

Ich heiße Diana, bin eine glückliche Mutter mit einem sonnigen Gemüt, viel Geduld und einer großen Portion Neugier, und ich bin immer in Bewegung. Ich bin in Modena aufgewachsen, quasi im Land des „Slow Food“ und der rasanten Autos. Dann hat mich das Leben nach Innsbruck geführt, wo ich seit 2014 mit meiner Familie beheimatet bin.

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Elisabeth Siegl

Elisabeth is the mother of a young son. When she’s not busy changing nappies or sicky clothes, she can normally be found relaxing in the playground at the Imperial Gardens, enjoying breakfast at the Ruetz bakery or spending time at one of the mountain huts near Innsbruck.

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Fabiana Villotti

It’s a common belief that a woman’s handbag is home to an entire universe of bits and bobs and I can only confirm this. My handbag contains a multitude of reminders of my home and my family in Trentino, the key to my new flat in Innsbruck, thousands of books and translations and my MP3 player.

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Hartmut Müller

Stunning sentences and simple syllables. I write about my experiences in the ever changing mountains and valleys from spring through to winter.

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Helen Hayes

Ever since Australian travel writer and editor Helen Hayes discovered Innsbruck on a European adventure way back in the 1980s, she has been in love with the city and its holiday villages, visiting on at least 10 occasions.

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Ilaria Assenza

Nach dem Studium hat Ilaria einen Wettbewerb zur Sprachassistenz an einer österreichischen Schule gewonnen und ist nach Innsbruck gezogen. Sie liebt die Natur und das Erlernen neuer Sprachen und versucht sich gern in allem, was Kreativität erfordert.

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Jenny Bartholomew

Jenny is a native English speaker who has chosen Innsbruck as her home because she loves the mountains. Today, Jenny spends her days playing, exploring and discovering with her two young children and her nights and weekends working in international marketing and translation to help others discover the magic of Tyrol.

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Kristina Erhard

Kristina E. is a born and bred Tyrolean and geographer. Although she spent many years living outside of Tyrol, some of which even took her into the depths of Africa, the mountains followed her in her dreams

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Laura Manfredi

A visual artist from Milan whose life doesn't only revolve around paintbrushes and canvases, but who also writes about art, culture, music, design and all that is creative.

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Laura Wunsch

In 2007, after graduating from an American university, Laura applied to the Fulbright program to teach English in either Germany or Austria, and made the extremely wise decision of choosing to work in Austria. And the rest, as they say is history!

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Lea Hajner

A Viennese girl in Tyrol – a delicate situation indeed! But despite being a born-and-bred city lass, Lea nowadays cuts a fine figure in the mountains.

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Lena Koller

Although I will never be willing to take on the ‘sch’ sounds, I still have found a piece of home with #MyInnsbruck - a city that feels like it could have been designed for my very needs. Rich in contrasts and colours; innocent but wild; where nature meets urbanisation. A place where you can live every facet that makes your personality - within just one day.

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Luke Moffitt

Hailing from the southern beaches of Sydney Australia, Luke spent a large part of his youth with either a surfboard or skateboard under his feet. It was only a natural progression that he gave snowboarding a try in the mid 90’s. Luke was instantly hooked, not only to snowboarding but also to this new environment that was the mountains.

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Marius Schwager

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Martin Grießenböck

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Monica Nadegger

Monica was born and bred in the mountains of Salzburg. She refined her passion for writing and her love of sport and nature in Innsbruck while completing her Master’s degree in Sports, Culture & Event Management. At the end of her studies, she decided to remain true to the Capital of the Alps and adopted the state of Tyrol as her new home.

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Moritz Busch

Aufgewachsen im Ruhrgebiet, die letzten Winter Biking Guide auf dem Kreuzfahrtschiff in der Karibik und jetzt Masterstudent in Innsbruck: „Mo“ tauscht Inseln gegen Berge, Surfbrett gegen Ski und Korallensand gegen Pulverschnee.

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Nadja Hudovernik

Born in the USA and brought up in Tyrol, Nadja is a passionate food blogger. Her main focus lies on Tyrolean fare, but she’s always happy to take a look ‘beyond the rim of her dinner plate’.

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Niña Lerch

Servus! Geboren und Aufgewachsen bin ich in Berlin, aber meine Wurzeln liegen väterlicherseits in Innsbruck und mütterlicherseits auf den Philippinen. Seit ein paar Jahren lebe ich nun in Innsbruck und lerne jeden Tag die Stadt auf's Neue kennen und lieben.

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Paul Pastourmatzis

Paul's arrival in Innsbruck was a result of a series of interesting and not-so-planned events and situations. Originating from the sunny and somewhat exotic Greece and the city of Thessaloniki in particular, little did he know that the summer of 2012 will find him in Innsbruck.

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Vil Joda

A crazy local character with a certificate of authenticity, Philipp (Vil) Joda is: Born and bred in Innsbruck and a man who lives what he writes.

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Renate Leitner

Renate ist Innsbruckerin aus Überzeugung, auch wenn sie im Besitze eines oberitalienischen Passes ist. Bei Tourismus Innsbruck war sie die Gründerin des Blogs.

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Sabrina Peer

Journalismus, Kultur, Sprache und Sport sind ihre vier Vorlieben, die sie stets durch ihr Studium begleiteten. Nach drei Jahren jenseits der Tiroler Grenzen im Salzburgland und im Bella Italia hat es die Tirolerin für das Masterstudium wieder in die Berge zurück verschlagen.

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Susanne Gurschler

Susanne is: A bookworm, amateur photographer, ardent cook, dog owner and mountain rambler with summit-climbing ambitions.

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Tamara Kainz

Tamara has her roots in the Stubai Valley but she loves exploring the entire world, accompanied by her trusty backpack. When back home, or as she and the locals call it “Dahoam” in Tyrol, she is at her happiest when outdoors, preferably up on the peaks.

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Tobias Spechter

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Verena Abenthung

Verena is a Tyrolean lass through and through, a blogger and (just recently) a tourist guide. She strives to gain new perspectives on anything and everything.

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Vincenzo Folino

Vincenzo, a student of Italian and French philology, originates from South Tyrol. As befits a real Italian man, his two main passions are football and good food.

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Werner Kräutler

Werner simply can’t get enough of Innsbruck: Its galleries, the Treibhaus event venue, its backstreets, museums and the river Inn.

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