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Your coach trip to Kitzbühel

A place where joy of life is at home.

Kitzbühel is known worldwide as a year-round destination with tradition and charm. The historic town has what other places don’t have. Embedded in the dreamlike backdrop of the typical grass mountains, which spread their special charm in every season, Kitzbühel scores with its cityscape and its historical past.

A Tyrolean specialty is added to the special flair, on the one hand the soberly noble and on the other hand the traditional cosiness. The people of Kitzbühel are very close to their homeland and conscious of tradition, they love their “Stadl”. And they not only welcome their guests like friends, no more, you feel like you are part of the family. You feel welcomed with open arms, regardless of whether you are looking for entertainment such as the legendary Hahnenkamm race, the tranquility while hiking or culinary delights in countless huts and restaurants.


Shopping and pastries in Kitzbühel


In the shop windows of Kitzbühel discover the original, hand-crafted local wares and the top fashions from all over the world. From the classic Dirndl to alpine-style jewellery, various items all manufactured in workshops in the region. Fashion and style for the international mode is present in the windows of many shops. With a stroll through the picturesque town centre of Kitzbühel with its classy couture and traditional craftsmanship, you can easily fill your shopping bag.

In the Kitzbühel shop windows you can discover the original, handcrafted Kitzbühel and the big wide world.

An exclusive shopping experience in Kitzbühel


Cafes and pastry shops invite you to taste there sweet delicacies and in the background hear the gentle ‘Clip Klop’ of the horse-drawn coaches hoofs on the cobblestones nearby



Skiing for your coachgroup

179 kilometers of slopes and 36 kilometers of marked ski routes of all levels of difficulty, action-packed snowboard fun parks, natural toboggan runs, plus hundreds of kilometers of cross-country ski runs and winter hiking trails. The legendary Hahnenkamm race with the world-famous “Streif” is also a top attraction. In addition, we have the best slopes from October to early May – that’s up to 200 days of great skiing pleasure and more.

Just order you skiticket or parking lot in advance. Please find all the Information for your coach-skiing day here.


Short trips around Kitzbühel

:: Panoramic road up to the Kitzbüheler Horn
Wonderful panoramic view. 40 minutes’ walk up to the alpine flower garden and another 20 to the summit of almost 2000 m.

:: Circular walk at the lake Schwarzsee
40 minutes roundwalk throgh the idyllic moor landscape- start at the free parking area P10

:: Wildpark Aurach – entrance fee min. 20 persons EUR 6.50 instead of EUR 9 per person

P2     Parking Klosterfeld only in summer, chargeable (3 walkingminutes to the center)
P4     Parking Pfarrau free of charge (7 walkingminutes to the center)
P10   Parking Schwarzsee free of charge

The Coach partners

Business Parking
Tennerhof yes
Q! Maria Theresia no
Tiefenbrunner yes
Goldener Greif no
Alpenhotel yes
Wildpark Aurach yes

The Kitzbühel Museum – Alfons Walde Collection offers a unique insight into the history and culture of the town of Kitzbühel and the surrounding region. Carefully-selected exhibits, installations in film and sound illustrate local history covering the time from bronze-age mining around 1000 BC, to Kitzbühel’s development as a town and winter-sports centre with Toni Sailer and the legendary Kitzbühel Dream Team of the 1950s.

The museum’s permanent exhibition focuses on Alfons Walde. Works by the Kitzbühel artist, including 60 paintings and over 100 drawings, photographs and graphic designs are on show in an area comprising 250²m.

In the 1930s the Alfons Walde Collection at Kitzbühel Museum was housed in the one-time municipal granary as part of the local Folk Museum. The museum owes its current appearance to renovations and extensions undertaken between 1995 and 2002. During the course of this work, the southwest tower, which had formed part of the town’s medieval fortifications, was incorporated into the museum.

Please register for your guided tourT +43 5356 67274 or


The farmhouse Museum at the Römerweg

Farm dating from 1559, of the Salzburg-Tyrolean mono-house type, furnished as 100 years ago. The farmhouse has been converted into a museum and is stocked with authentic tools and equipment, a smokery, parlour bedchambers, stable etc.
Guided tours on request (summer and winter) . Open from 1st of June to 15th of October Mon – Sat 1 pm – 5 pm

Please register for your guided tour T +43 5356 64286 or

Experience, customs and tradition

A real experience for young and old on over 700 m2
:: more than 400 masks of different regions
:: what does this custums mean?
:: Mask-carver on site
:: Krampus to touch, masks to try

 Please register for your guided tour T +43 664 1383827 or

Wildpark Aurach 

This is the habitat of some 200 animals at 1.100 m/3.600 ft above sea level, in the largest open-air enclosure (app. 40 ha) in the Tyrol. The tour takes you past deer, lynx, wild boar, yaks, zebus, marmots, wild ducks, pheasants, peacocks, ibex etc., in enclosures or running free. Cosy Café-Restaurant.

:: “Streichlstadl”
Here children have the opportunity to get right up close to their favourite animals.
:: Game feeding daily at 02.30 p.m. (except during the rutting season from mid-Sept. to mid-Nov.)
Feeding for children at the “Streichlstadl” every Saturday, Sunday and holiday at 01.30. p.m.

Please register for your guided toru T +43 5356 65251 or 

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