For years, people tended to travel to  the centers of large cities, which provided a certain amount of prestige. Today we can see a clear escape of people from the centers of large cities directly to the outskirts, to the periphery. 

But, how do we  find, name and give attractiveness to the outskirts of cities?

Where to draw inspiration for offbeat journeys away from those promoted by all guidebooks, away from the “mainstream”? 

The #DiOtherCity project aims to create an open opportunity to experience this type of travel by designing a learning program for professionals from the cultural and creative industries and locals who will design and conduct unusual urban tours using digital tools.

Learners will improve their digital competences, and may become independent local guides, with the ability to work both online and on-site, offering to explore the most interesting, non-obvious places in the city.

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