Kitzbühel – from skiing and hiking to culture and tradition.
If you’re looking for a great place to visit, the “Gamsstadt”, which was given the official status of a town in as early as 1271, is sure to tick all the boxes and more, 365 days a year! Located at an altitude of 800 metres above sea level and in a unique landscape that exudes its own special charm throughout all four seasons, Kitzbühel is also sure to impress with its stunning townscape. Come and explore the streets of this former mining town and discover the architectural legacy of the local artist Alfons Walde. The people of Kitzbühel have strong ties to their home town, are proud of its traditions and love their town centre, which they fondly refer to as the “Stadl”. As you can tell, Kitzbühel is well worth a visit at any time of year! Be it at international events like the Hahnenkamm ski race or enjoying the peace and quiet of a good hiking trip and regardless of whether you choose to stay in a 5-star hotel or a family-run guesthouse, in Kitzbühel, you will find hospitality at its very best.
… Kitzbühel is only 95km from Innsbruck, 80km from Salzburg and 120km from Munich.
… Kitzbühel has 3 train stations.
… Kitzbühel has over 8,500 inhabitants and is located at an altitude of 800 metres above sea level.
… Kitzbühel is a great experience 365 days a year.
… Kitzbühel is the only (non-glacier) ski resort that is open from October to May.