Where were you born?
Where do you live?
In Innsbruck, in the Saggen area.
What’s best about your neighbourhood?
It’s very open with lots of green and trees and some of the most spectacular old houses in Innsbruck – great examples of local architecture.
If money was no object where would you live?
Where the ocean meets the mountains.
Which is your favourite street in Innsbruck?
Which are your favourite Innsbruck stores?
There are now many shopping centres in the town centre on Maria-Theresien-Strasse.
Do you have a favourite local café?
Café Central - it is a classic-style Viennese café and has all the newspapers from around the world.
Where do you go for a drink with friends?
There are so many bars in Innsbruck with different atmospheres, from the Penz bar or Ebis at the higher end to the Viaduktbogen area where some bars such as the PMK or Plateau stay open till 6am or 7am playing music.
Can you recommend any Austrian dishes to try?
The knödel in all its variations – an Austrian dumpling with a difference
Which places sum up Innsbruck for you?
The area old town and the sports facilities such as the ski jump.
Where do you take out-of-town friends?
Innsbruck is full of history. To see this there is the old town and some fascinating museums and castles that show how much influence Innsbruck has had on European history.
Which do you think is the best museum in town?
Which native of Innsbruck do you most admire?
Andreas Hofer, as he defeated the Napoleonic forces here in Innsbruck.
What can’t you live without?
Any advice for visitors?
Get up on to the north and south surrounding mountains.
Can you recommend a good hotel?
Penz for a five-star and the Grauer Bär for mid-price.
Tell us a secret.
The police love to ticket!
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