• Cómo llegar Kitzbühel

Kitzbühel. Getting There

Tyrol, Austria.
By Air

Flying to Münich (125 km) or Innsbruck (95 km) are the best options.

  

“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.

  

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.
 

 

By Train/Bus​

Trains of Austria's OBB or Germany's DB railway companies take you safely to Kitzbühel.

  

From Zurich, the “Transalpin” EuroCity train runs to Kirchberg and Kitzbühel once per day, leaving at 8:40am. Kitzbühel is less than a five hour journey away, the train arrives at 1:29pm

  

Local taxi companies are at your disposal if you need a speedy transfer to the nearby airports or train stations.

  

From Innsbruck regular connections by train (OBB) or Bus are available.

 

 

By Car

From Switzerland: Inn Valley Motorway (A12); “Wörgl Ost” exit; Loferer Bundesstraße (B178) towards St. Johann in Tirol; Pass Thurn Bundesstraße (B161) to Kitzbühel

  

From the North: A8 motorway towards Salzburg; A93 motorway towards Kufstein at the “Inntal-Dreieck” interchange; “Kufstein Süd” exit; Loferer Bundesstraße (B178) towards St. Johann in Tirol;: Pass Thurn Bundesstraße (B161) to Kitzbühel. Journey time from Munich: approx. 2 hours

  

  

From the East:

  

Westautobahn (A1) motorway towards Salzburg; A8 motorway towards Munich; First exit to Bad Reichenhall; B20 towards Lofer; Loferer Bundesstraße (B178) towards St. Johann in Tirol; Pass Thurn Bundesstraße (B161) to Kitzbühel.: Journey time from Salzburg: approx. 1 hour

  

  

From the South:

  

A22 motorway towards Brenner / Innsbruck Inntalautobahn (A12) motorway; “Wörgl Ost” exit; Loferer Bundesstraße (B178) towards St. Johann in Tirol; Pass Thurn Bundesstraße (B161) to Kitzbühel. Journey time from Brenner: approx. 1 hour 45 minute

  

The use of the Vignette (Toll Sticker) is mandatory in Austria. 1-year, 2-month and 10-day vignettes are available. The vignette should be clearlyvisible on the inside of thewindscreen (we recommend the topleft corner or close to the rear viewmirror).You can buy it in Around 6,000 sales outlets (petrolstations, newsstands, motoringassociations and ASFINAG tollsites) which clearly displaythe vignette symbol.