Kitzbühel is known worldwide as a year-round destination with tradition and charm. The historic town has what other places do not have. Embedded in the dreamlike backdrop of the local grassy mountains, which spread their special charm in every season, Kitzbühel scores with its townscape and its history-steeped past.
With the bus to special flair, the on the one hand unagitated noble and on the other hand the traditional coziness and cordiality comes a Tyrolean speciality. The people of Kitzbühel are very close to home and tradition-conscious, they love their "Stadl". And they welcome their guests not only like friends, no more, one feels quasi as a family member to it. You feel welcomed with open arms, whether you are looking for entertainment, like at the legendary Hahnenkamm race, the tranquility of hiking or culinary delights in countless huts and restaurants.
The Gamsstadt stands for a unique combination of sports and lifestyle, which is also reflected in the event calendar in an inimitable way. The program is varied winter and summer and offers something special for everyone. The variety of events in the Gamsstadt, which you can also reach with your bus, is almost never-ending. In July and August, for example, there is a summer night feeling in the Gamsstadt with PURA VIDA every Thursday. A highlight of the Kitzbühel concert year is Klassik in den Alpen with Elīna Garanča.
In Kitzbühel's shop windows you can discover the original, artisanal Kitzbühel and the big wide world. From the classic dirndl to alpine-inspired jewelry, all kinds of special items from the region's workshops are on offer. But also fashion and style of the international fashion world is presented in the windows of the boutiques. After a stroll through the picturesque city center of Kitzbühel, noble haute couture and traditional craftsmanship will meet in your shopping bag. Before you walk back to your bus, cafes and confectioneries invite you to enjoy sweet delicacies, delicatessens tempt you to taste and the pleasant sound of horse-drawn carriages makes the time in Kitzbühel's city center fly by.
181 kilometers of groomed slopes, 39 kilometers of marked ski routes for all levels of difficulty, action-packed snowboard fun parks, natural toboggan runs, plus hundreds of kilometers of cross-country ski trails and winter hiking trails. Top attraction is probably also the legendary Hahnenkamm race with the world-famous "Streif". In addition, we offer up to 200 days of maximum skiing pleasure. We will be happy to reserve a parking space for your bus if you book in good time. There is no access for buses to the parking lot of the Hahnenkammbahn. Advantages for bus travel directly with KitzSki.
:: By bus along the panoramic road up the Kitzbüheler Horn to the Alpenhaus.
Here you can enjoy a wonderful view of the surrounding mountains. A walk of about 30 minutes leads you to the Alpenblumengarten and after another 20 minutes walk you reach the summit at almost 2000 m.
:: Schwarzsee circular hiking trail
A 40-minute circular walk through the idyllic moor landscape. The starting point is the parking lot Pfarrau P4, where you can park your bus for free.
:: By bus to the unique Wildpark in Aurach
You will get a reduced entrance fee from 20 persons - EUR 6.50 instead of 9.00
P2 Parking lot Klosterfeld only in summer for buses, chargeable (three minutes walk to the center)
P4 Parking Pfarrau free of charge (seven minutes walk to the center)
P10 Parking Schwarzsee free of charge
All important information for your journey to Kitzbühel can be found here.
Welcome to the Museum Kitzbühel
A great collection of the Kitzbühel artist Alfons Walde, on 250 m² you can admire more than 60 paintings and 100 graphics.
Kitzbühel is also famous for winter sports, and not just since the Hahnenkamm races. The museum tells the story of a place that has been appreciated by guests from all over the world for 150 years.
On the history of the town - In the southwest tower of the town fortifications, the oldest secular building in the town dating from the 13th century, selected exhibits present medieval and baroque Kitzbühel. A visit that is well worth it!
On the sunny side of Kitzbühel on the Römerweg, below the Kitzbüheler Horn lies the Hinteroberau Farmhouse Museum. Surrounded by lush meadows and green forests is this elongated typical Salzburg-Tyrolean Einhof with its outbuildings. These are the laundry, chapel, oven, bee hut, threshing floor and cart hut. There is a wealth of furnishings, implements and tools on display. Access by bus is not possible, but it is a nice walk along the Roman path.
Open from 1 June to 15 October from 1 to 5 pm, closed on sundays!
Experience, customs and tradition on over 700m² in the Krampusmuseum Kitzbühel
A true experience for young and old on over 700 m2. Over 400 masks from different regions.
:: What is behind the customs?
:: Mask carvers on site
:: Krampusse to touch, masks to taste
The Wildpark Aurach delights with its unique location with panoramic views of the Kitzbühel Alps and, of course, with its animal inhabitants. See red deer, fallow deer and mouflon in Tyrol's largest outdoor enclosure as well as rock deer, lynx, yaks and many other animals. A wonderful place with a lot of history.
The Branderhofstube - a place of tradition, a cozy inn furnished with great attention to detail with a sun terrace invites you to linger. Much emphasis is placed on fresh and regional products in the kitchen. Let us spoil you!