Three train stations in Kitzbühel, a taxi service, simple connections to the nearby airports, and a well established public transport network make it easy for you to get to our ski resorts in the heart of the Alps.
Kitzbühel and its holiday villages of Reith, Jochberg, und Aurach are set in right in the middle of the beautiful Kitzbühel Alps in Tyrol. The town’s perfect location and the many easy ways of getting here make it a great destination.
It’s easy to get to Kitzbühel by train – with three train stations in Kitzbühel itself, the nearby Salzburg, Innsbruck and Munich airports are well connected. The good public transport network will make your trip to skiing paradise short and pleasant.
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 and compulsory 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).
When travelling by car, you will sooner or later have to ask yourself the following question: “Where shall we leave the car?” No matter whether you are running a quick errand or going for a long walk, Kitzbühel has suitable parking options for every situation and activity. Here you'll find all parking options in Kitzbühel.
Wherever you want to go and no matter where you want to be picked up, the taxi companies in Kitzbühel are at your beck and call 24 hours a day. Do you need a ride to a restaurant, a cable car or the train station? The town’s fleet of taxis is ready and waiting to help! The local taxi services also offer transfers to and from the neighbouring airports in Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich.
Insider tips: Before starting your journey, ask your driver for the price and be sure to request an invoice. You will have to pay extra for luggage and an additional late-night fee of 10 to 15 percent applies between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.
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. 150 km – Munich Airport
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.
A multitude of car hire services are available at Munich Airport and can be conveniently booked online.
Munich Airport’s Travel Assistant helps you find suitable public transport options.
Journey time: approx. 80 minutes | distance: approx. 95 km – Innsbruck Airport
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 brings guests from Innsbruck Airport to Kitzbühel.
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.
A multitude of train and bus connections operate between Innsbruck and Kitzbühel.
Journey time: approx. 75 minutes | distance: approx. 80 km – Salzburg Airport
The “Kitzbüheler Alpine Shuttle” service transports guests from Salzburg Airport directly to their hotel and back to the airport.
Taxi Peter brings guests from Salzburg Airport to Kitzbühel.
A multitude of car hire services at Salzburg Airport make it easy to travel to Kitzbühel by car.
In cooperation with the Munich specialist “Four Seasons Travel”, an airport shuttle service is available to and from Munich Airport.
This airport shuttle service transports guests (min. three people) from Innsbruck Airport directly to their hotel.
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.
Taxi Peter transports guests to Kitzbühel from Salzburg Airport, Innsbruck Airport and Munich Airport.
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.
If you like to travel in comfort, go by train – your most sustainable travel choice. 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.
Starting winter 2022/23 there's a 3-in-1 bundle offer from ÖBB:
Take the opportunity to travel to Kitzbühel comfortably, avoiding traffic jams and stress. Board in the city in the evning, wake up in the Tyrolean mountains.
With the KitzSki Xpress you can travel comfortably and environment-friendly from Munich, Holzkirchen, Augsburg, Nürnberg and Rosenheim (NEW) to the KitzSki ski area for a reasonable price. Included are:
The use of the ski bus is complimentary with a valid ski pass on the routes between Kitzbühel - Kirchberg - Aschau and Kitzbühel - Jochberg - Pass Thurn - Mittersill, Reith - Fleckalmbahn. Enjoy the largest free ski bus and e-ski bus system in the Alps and comfortable schedules (updated live).
Many sights and attractions in both the mountains and valleys can be reached on foot, so you don’t necessarily need a car during your stay. Take a peek at our interactive map
A large number of taxis are available in Kitzbühel and make travelling around easy and comfortable. Please agree on a price in advance with your taxi driver.
Here is an overview of fares for your orientation. Here you find a list of taxi companies.
Andi’s Taxi • +43 664 2808465
Austrian Chauffeur Limousines
+43 699 13331331 (Preis auf Anfrage)
Taxi Brandstätter • +43 664 2052413
Taxi Filzer • +43 664 4040143
Kitz Taxi • +43 664 9762662
Kitz-Tours • +43 5356 6969
Irmgard Kollreider • +43 664 9854555
Taxi König • +43 664 1309182
Taxi Exclusiv • +43 699 12862208
Walter Oberlechner • +43 664 3817755
Taxi Bernd • +43 664 4303390
Taxi M1 • +43 699 17100474
Taxi Mike • +43 664 2301115
Taxi Mimm • +43 676 3142013
Taxi Monitzer • +43 664 4238540
Taxi Monitzer (Reith) • +43 5356 67200
Taxi Peter • +43 664 4132425
Taxi Schmidl • +43 664 9211669
Taxi Service (Felix Writz) • +43 676 4075495
Taxi Thomas, Limousine • +43 664 9502343
Luggage will be charged extra. Please agree on a fare in advance and ask for a receipt.
Day charge: 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Night: 7 p.m. – 6 a.m. (surcharge 10 – 15%)