Use-it is the collection of free tourist guides for young travelers who stand out from the traditional ones for some reasons, let's find out which ones. The main feature of Use-it guides? They are written by citizens of different cities and not by travel journalists and that is why they take on a non-commercial connotation. Compared to the guides on the market, in fact, in the Use-it guides the reporting of the places mentioned is authentic, true because none of the places mentioned pays to be mentioned. The distribution of the guides is then completely free and free.
It is usually possible to find them in city hostels because the target audience is young travelers. This is why Use-it maps are designed and designed by young locals to ensure tourists enjoy the city they are visiting. In addition, they are updated annually, offering the best of proposals suitable for the budget of young travelers, allowing them to come into contact with authentic and direct experiences, to fully absorb the soul of the city you are visiting, coming into contact with the inhabitants local.
In addition to the guidelines within the series, the Use-it also contain the indications of local governments to propose cultural offers constantly updated and not distorted by the commercial logics of the classic tourist guides. There are many destinations currently covered ranging from Italy to Norway, from Spain to Austria.
The guides can be downloaded and printed for free at https://www.use-it.travel/home. For some cities including Antwerp, Brussels, Bruges, Ghent, Leuven, Mechelen, in addition to the paper guide, there is also a free website and app.