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Your Journey to Kitzbühel

Travelling by Train & Bus

Kitzbühel – Right on Track

If you like to travel in comfort, the train is an eco-friendly alternative to travelling by car. Whether coming from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy or Belgium: trains are often very reasonably priced and the relaxation can usually begin immediately after boarding.

Did you know that Kitzbühel has three train stations? The stations “Hauptbahnhof”, “Centre – Hahnenkamm” and “Schwarzsee” are ideally distributed throughout Kitzbühel. From there, you can reach your accommodation quickly and easily on foot, by taxi or by bus.

:: RJ Bregenz – Vienna

:: RJ Feldkirch – Munich

:: EC Zurich – Graz 

:: Direct connection Munich – Innsbruck 

:: Direct connection Vienna – Kitzbühel Alps

:: Direct connection Hamburg – Kitzbühel

:: ICE Berlin – Wörgl 

:: Nightjets 

Anreise Kitzbühel Zug | Urlaub in Kitzbühel ÖBB

You want to travel overnight in comfort, environmentally friendly and inexpensive to the most legendary city of sports in the Alps? This is possible this winter with the night trains of the ÖBB.

The Nightjet Combi-Ticket includes the train ride there and back in the ÖBB Nightjet incl. seat reservation, the 3-, 4-, 5- or 6-day ski pass and the transfer to the desired hotel in the respective skiing area and back.

More infos about the offers

Comfortable travel from Austria

 

While you read, sleep or simply enjoy the landscape on your journey, the Austrian railway will take you to your destination quickly, stress-free and inexpensively!
Travel cheaply to Kitzbühel with the ÖBB Sparschiene.

Travel examples ÖBB Sparschiene

Connection Duration ÖBB SparSchiene
Linz – Kitzbühel from 3:49 hours from EUR 19*
Graz – Kitzbühel from 4:49 hours from EUR 29*
Wien – Kitzbühel from 4:32 hours from EUR 39*

**Discount price for a SparSchiene ticket 2nd class / per person and direction.

 

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In only 4:32 hours from Vienna to Kitzbühel!

The ÖBB Railjet runs more than 5 times per day from Vienna to Wörgl. From there there are good connections to Kitzbühel.

 

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In only 4:49 hours from Graz to Kitzbühel!

2x daily direct connections from Graz to Kitzbühel.

 

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In only 4:32 hours from Vienna to Kitzbühel!

The ÖBB Railjet runs more than 5 times per day from Vienna to Wörgl. From there there are good connections to Kitzbühel.

 

>> current time tables<<

In only 4:49 hours from Graz to Kitzbühel!

2x daily direct connections from Graz to Kitzbühel.

 

>> current time tables<<

Whether travelling from Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig or Frankfurt – you can take one of the many high-speed ICE trains that travel to Munich from practically all over Germany. From Munich, you can be in Kitzbühel in no time thanks to the numerous daily connections available on long-distance and regional trains.

At weekends, additional ICE trains also run to Kitzbühel from cities such as Dortmund, Hamburg and Munich. All without traffic jams, stress, fuel stops and road tax fees.

Amazing prices on German Rail: tickets from 39.90 euros, short journeys (for example from Munich) for as little as 19.90 euros.

Children under the age of 15 travel for free when accompanied by their parents or grandparents.

If you want to travel overnight: the ÖBB Nightjet runs from Hamburg and Düsseldorf on a daily basis so you can reach Kitzbühel as you sleep. Prices start at 29 euros for a seating carriage and 49 euros for a couchette.

  • Direct ÖBB “Nightjet” trains daily from Hamburg, Hannover, Düsseldorf and Cologne to Wörgl
  • Car transport from Düsseldorf to Innsbruck
  • New: travel from Berlin, Erfurt and Nürnberg to Munich on the new high-speed Berlin – Munich ICE: 35 trains daily including 29 ICE connections with a travel time of 4.5 hours and six ICE Sprinter trains with a travel time of 3 hours and 55 minutes.
  • New: ICE Hamburg – Kitzbühel direct on Fridays during the winter season (21.12.2018 to 29.03.2019)
  • Many German cities such as Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Frankfurt and Stuttgart offer quick and easy connections via Munich on various IC, ICE and EC trains.
  • From Munich, EuroCity trains run to Wörgl every two hours and a total of seven times per day

From Zurich, the “Transalpin” EuroCity train runs to Kirchberg and Kitzbühel once per day, leaving at 8:40am. Kitzbühel is less than a five hour journey away, the train arrives at 1:29pm. Connoisseurs can travel in the panoramic first class carriage and enjoy the wonderful mountains while en route.

  • The ÖBB Railjet travels from Zurich to Wörgl every two hours and a total of six times per day.
  • The “Transalpin” EuroCity train travels from Zurich to Kirchberg and Kitzbühel every day, leaving at 8:40am. The return journey from Kitzbühel leaves at 2:30pm.

Whether travelling from Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Leipzig or Frankfurt – you can take one of the many high-speed ICE trains that travel to Munich from practically all over Germany. From Munich, you can be in Kitzbühel in no time thanks to the numerous daily connections available on long-distance and regional trains.

At weekends, additional ICE trains also run to Kitzbühel from cities such as Dortmund, Hamburg and Munich. All without traffic jams, stress, fuel stops and road tax fees.

Amazing prices on German Rail: tickets from 39.90 euros, short journeys (for example from Munich) for as little as 19.90 euros.

Children under the age of 15 travel for free when accompanied by their parents or grandparents.

If you want to travel overnight: the ÖBB Nightjet runs from Hamburg and Düsseldorf on a daily basis so you can reach Kitzbühel as you sleep. Prices start at 29 euros for a seating carriage and 49 euros for a couchette.

  • Direct ÖBB “Nightjet” trains daily from Hamburg, Hannover, Düsseldorf and Cologne to Wörgl
  • Car transport from Düsseldorf to Innsbruck
  • New: travel from Berlin, Erfurt and Nürnberg to Munich on the new high-speed Berlin – Munich ICE: 35 trains daily including 29 ICE connections with a travel time of 4.5 hours and six ICE Sprinter trains with a travel time of 3 hours and 55 minutes.
  • New: ICE Hamburg – Kitzbühel direct on Fridays during the winter season (21.12.2018 to 29.03.2019)
  • Many German cities such as Hamburg, Düsseldorf, Cologne, Frankfurt and Stuttgart offer quick and easy connections via Munich on various IC, ICE and EC trains.
  • From Munich, EuroCity trains run to Wörgl every two hours and a total of seven times per day

From Zurich, the “Transalpin” EuroCity train runs to Kirchberg and Kitzbühel once per day, leaving at 8:40am. Kitzbühel is less than a five hour journey away, the train arrives at 1:29pm. Connoisseurs can travel in the panoramic first class carriage and enjoy the wonderful mountains while en route.

  • The ÖBB Railjet travels from Zurich to Wörgl every two hours and a total of six times per day.
  • The “Transalpin” EuroCity train travels from Zurich to Kirchberg and Kitzbühel every day, leaving at 8:40am. The return journey from Kitzbühel leaves at 2:30pm.

ÖBB Austrian Federal Railways and DB German Rail both offer wheelchair accessible journeys. Click on the following links for more information

Book the ÖBB’s door-to-door luggage service in advance so your holiday can begin as soon as you board the train. Your „personal porter“ will ensure your suitcases, skis or bikes arrive on time.

Train station shuttle from Wörgl and Kufstein
www.tirol-taxi.at/de-bahnhoftransfer

Taxis from Bahnhof Kitzbühel train station
Bookings via the mytaxi app

From the train station to your accommodation

Shuttle service

From Wörgl or Kufstein, you can take a “Four Seasons Travel” shuttle to Kitzbühel. The shuttle can be booked quickly and easily online at least 48 hours before departure. Once at the train station, you will be picked up at the agreed time from the central meeting point by someone holding a name sign. Children travel at reduced rates.

Book your train station shuttle

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