Your journey to Kitzbühel

Travelling by Plane

Up above the clouds and into the heart of the Alps

Although Kitzbühel boasts a central location at the heart of the Alps, reaching it may still involve a very long trip depending on where you are coming from. Thanks to the neighbouring airports in Munich, Innsbruck and Salzburg, however, the legendary town is still easy to get to. Once your flight has landed, you can use a transfer service, hire car or train connection to make your way to Kitzbühel and officially start your holiday in no time at all.

Journey time: approx. 120 minutes | distance: approx. 125 km – Munich Airport

 “Four Seasons” airport shuttle

In cooperation with the Munich specialist “Four Seasons Travel”, an airport shuttle service is available to and from Munich Airport at a price of 60 euros per person per journey.

Car hire at Munich Airport

A multitude of car hire services are available at Munich Airport and can be conveniently booked online.

Travelling by public transport

Munich Airport’s Travel Assistant helps you find suitable public transport options.

Journey time: approx. 80 minutes | distance: approx. 95 km – Innsbruck Airport

Taxi Mike

This airport shuttle service transports guests (min. three people) from Innsbruck Airport directly to their hotel for a price of 50 euros per person per route.

Taxi Peter

Taxi Peter brings guests from Innsbruck Airport to Kitzbühel with prices starting at 150 euros per vehicle.

Car hire at Innsbruck Airport

Innsbruck Airport is home to several different car hire companies offering a wide range of hire vehicles. The vehicles are located directly next to the airport building and can be accessed via a covered walkway.

Travelling by public transport

A multitude of train and bus connections operate between Innsbruck and Kitzbühel.

Anreisezeit ca. 75 Minuten | Entfernung ca. 80 km – Flughafen Salzburg

Journey time: approx. 75 minutes | distance: approx. 80 km – Salzburg Airport

Andis Taxi

The “Kitzbüheler Alpine Shuttle” service transports guests from Salzburg Airport directly to their hotel and back to the airport for a price of around 35 euros per person (min. two people) per journey.

Taxi Peter

Taxi Peter brings guests from Salzburg Airport to Kitzbühel with prices starting at 120 euros per vehicle.

Car hire at Salzburg Airport

A multitude of car hire services at Salzburg Airport make it easy to travel to Kitzbühel by car.

“Four Seasons” airport shuttle

In cooperation with the Munich specialist “Four Seasons Travel”, an airport shuttle service is available to and from Munich Airport for a price of 60 euros per person per route.

Taxi Mike

This airport shuttle service transports guests (min. three people) from Innsbruck Airport directly to their hotel for a price of 50 euros per person per journey.

Andis Taxi

The “Kitzbüheler Alpine Shuttle” service transports guests from Salzburg Airport directly to their hotel at the start of the holiday and back to the airport on the day of departure for a price of around 35 euros per person (min. two people) per journey. The return trip costs 70 euros per person.

Taxi Peter

Taxi Peter transports guests to Kitzbühel from Salzburg Airport with prices starting at 120 euros, from Innsbruck Airport with prices starting at 150 euros and from Munich Airport with prices starting at 230 euros per taxi.

Other taxi services

A number of other taxi services also, of course, offer airport transfers from Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich at fair prices. You can find a list of all of the taxi services available in Kitzbühel by clicking on the link below.

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