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Easter in Kitzbühel

Due to the current situation, there will be no Easter programme in 2020. We wish you a happy and above all a healthy Easter and look forward to welcoming you in Kitzbühel for Easter 2021!

 

With the announcement of the state of Tirol on March 12, 2020, additional precautionary measures to curb and combat the spread of the corona virus have been implemented for all of Tirol.

All cable cars throughout the country will have their last day of operation on Sunday March 15, 2020.

Accommodations (hotels, apartments, private rooms etc.) will be closed on Monday, March 16, 2020.

Not affected: grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, animal feed, drugstores, post offices and other areas that are needed for supply.

 

This measures will be upheld until 13 April.

 

These comprehensive measures are carried out in close coordination between the authorities and Tirolean tourism. The health and safety of the Tirolean population, the employees of the country’s tourist businesses and guests from all over the world has top priority.

Last updated, 14.03.2020 – 1:00 p.m.

You can find further information here.

Due to the current situation, there will be no Easter program in 2020. We wish you a happy and, above all, a healthy Easter and 
look forward to welcoming you to Kitzbühel at Easter 2021!

Cherished Traditions to marvel and participate

When the snow up on the mountains glistens in the sun, the air is filled with birdsong and the first flowers lift their colourful heads up towards the sky, you know spring has arrived in Tirol. If you look closely, you may even catch sight of a nimble shadow with long ears and a small bobble tail scampering around Kitzbühel’s parks and gardens. After all, the blossoming landscape is not only a sign of spring but also marks the start of the run-up to Easter. This year, Kitzbühel will yet again celebrate the resurrection of Christ true to the motto “Nature, tradition and stories”. A multitude of old Easter customs and traditions are an integral part of springtime in Kitzbühel, as are the many colourful Easter eggs in all different sizes, lovingly created flower arrangements and wonderful decorations

Easter holds history, stands for handed-down traditions and enjoyable recipes that should not be forgotten. The Easter programme in Kitzbühel includes highlights for the whole family, such as Easter egg dyeing with natural colours, making Easter candles and traditional Easter pastries, but the programme also includes interesting customs celebrations and theme walks to regional pilgrimage sites.

 

:: Easter window display competition in the city

 

:: Unveiling of the giant Easter egg, designed by the “Kitzbüheler Anzeiger” on the newspaper’s 70th anniversary

 

:: Kitzbühel Gourmet Easter Market (every Saturday)

 

:: Extensive children and family programme

 

:: Easter programme in the holiday villages – well worth a visit!

Easter in Kitzbühel – following the traditions

Numerous old Easter customs and traditions are as much part of Kitzbühel as the many colorful Easter eggs in all sizes, detail-loving flower arrangements and lovely decorations.

Read more in our blog article.

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