It's quaint, it's cosy and it's surrounded by huge mountains. Innsbruck's alpine location makes it ideal for unhurried hiking treks and long walks. It's home to spectacular scenery and relaxed boat trips, making it very popular for those that love the great outdoors.
Whilst the picturesque nature is a huge draw, the city of Innsbruck is not to be missed.
The Markthalle is a good place to start to sample some authentic Tyrolean food, while the Goldenes Dachl and Museum provide the opportunity to immerse yourself in the gothic culture of the city. For breathtaking sculpture in a beautiful religious space, head to the Hofkirche - home to marble masterpieces and a silver Madonna.
For family-friendly attractions, Innsbruck is home to the Alpenzoo - a great place for young ones to see a selection of alpine animals from tiny harvest mice to bearded vultures.
As well as the sport, culture and history, Innsbruck also comes up trumps with its nightlife. Beer garden life is a big thing around here, so pull up a pew, purchase a pint and relax in a trendy garden or bar of your choosing!