Innsbruck is located in southeast Austria and is in many ways comparable to Ibiza. Admittedly, this is heaven for especially skiers, but the area contains many of the same things as Ibiza: historic buildings, an exciting night life, good restaurants and unspoiled nature.

If you drive just 20 minutes, you will find the child-friendly skiing area Nordkette, but you could also drive to Ischgl, Sölden or Zillertal.

Innsbruck offers many historic sights like the Franziskanerkirche and the royal house from the 15th Century with its famous balcony and golden roof.

You can also visit the childhood home of Mozart and the many galleries and museums, but Innsbruck is first and foremost nature and fresh air. Not just for those of you who love skiing, but just as much for those of you who appreciate a hike surrounded by mountains, small streams, animals and silence. The city is placed in a bowl-shaped valley enclosed by the Alps, which just adds to the special atmosphere of Innsbruck.

Maria-Theresien-Straße, Innsbruck