Erhaben über dem Nebel die Bergstation des alten Steinbergkogel Sessellifts
Die Anreise nach Kitzbühel mit dem Auto ist einfach und voller schöner Aussichten und Natur

Your journey to Kitzbühel

Travelling by Car

The easy way to reach the heart of the Alps

Travelling to Kitzbühel by car is easy, whatever direction you’re coming from.

Plan your route

:: A8 motorway towards Salzburg

:: A93 motorway towards Kufstein at the “Inntal-Dreieck” interchange

:: “Kufstein Süd” exit

:: Loferer Bundesstraße (B178) towards St. Johann in Tirol

:: Pass Thurn Bundesstraße (B161) to Kitzbühel

:: Journey time from Munich: approx. 2 hours

:: Westautobahn (A1) motorway towards Salzburg

:: A8 motorway towards Munich

:: First exit to Bad Reichenhall

:: B20 towards Lofer

:: Loferer Bundesstraße (B178) towards St. Johann in Tirol

:: Pass Thurn Bundesstraße (B161) to Kitzbühel

:: Journey time from Salzburg: approx. 1 hour

:: A22 motorway towards Brenner / Innsbruck Inntalautobahn (A12) motorway

:: “Wörgl Ost” exit

:: Loferer Bundesstraße (B178) towards St. Johann in Tirol

:: Pass Thurn Bundesstraße (B161) to Kitzbühel

:: Journey time from Brenner: approx. 1 hour 45 minutes

:: Inn Valley Motorway (A12)

:: “Wörgl Ost” exit

:: Loferer Bundesstraße (B178) towards St. Johann in Tirol

:: Pass Thurn Bundesstraße (B161) to Kitzbühel

:: Journey time from Innsbruck: approx. 1 hour 30 minutes

The vignette: giving motorists the green light

If your route takes you on Austrian motorways, be sure to stick a vignette (Austrian road tax disk) on your front windscreen before embarking on this stage of your journey. Vignettes are available from motoring clubs, petrol stations and border crossing stations throughout the year. If you’re going on a short break, a 10-day vignette is the ideal option. If you’re staying in Tyrol for a longer period of time or are a frequent visitor, it is worth opting for the 2-month or even annual vignette. Once your vignette is displayed on your windscreen, you’ve got the green light to set off on your journey along the motorways of Austria. Information about the current prices can be found here

Preparing your car for the Tyrolean weather

If you’re travelling to Tyrol in winter, you should expect to face snowy and icy conditions. Winter tyres and snow chains are therefore vital when ensuring your car is well-equipped and best prepared for the winter weather in the Tyrolean mountains. You can find out more about the current status of the local roads from the Austrian Automobile Club (ÖAMTC).

 

Short and Long-Stay Parking

Kitzbühel has suitable parking options for every situation and activity.

Parking in Kitzbühel
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