USE-IT makes tourist info for young people who are travelling on a low budget. USE-IT info centres guides, maps and websites are provided by locals, are not-commercial, free, no-nonsense and up-to-date. Every member organization should be getting money from local governments or institutions.

USE-IT is tourist info for young people

Young travellers have different needs, so they need different tourist info. “Where are the free concerts? I only have time for one museum, so: which one? Do girls also pay drinks around here? I want a club without tourists – where do you guys go?”

With maps and budget guides, websites and information desks, USE-IT caters for young travellers in a growing number of European cities.

The bottom line is that USE-IT thinks beyond just tourism: USE-IT makes young people break out of the tourist bubble to meet their local counterparts and discover the REAL city actively. We are not talking about a small target group, but about 20% of all individual travellers. This crowd needs special attention: it’s called USE-IT.