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Kitzbuehel has earned a global reputation for being of the most chic and stylish ski resorts anywhere in the world today – here’s all the information you could ever need to get yourself there! With huge popularity and global fame comes the inevitable congestion and bottlenecks – arm yourself with our advice and we guarantee you won’t spend half your holiday sitting on a bus! We’ve brought together all you need to know, from the airports serving the region to standard Kitzbuehel resort transfer times and a few tips from the pros. If there’s a quick and easy way of getting into Kitzbuehel, you can rest assured we have it covered!
Kitzbuehel is a place where skiing is taken seriously. This is where you’ll find the legendary 'Streif' run which is over three kilometres long and take professionals to speeds close to 90mph. There are some stunning events held across the areas, but this doesn’t mean that amateurs and even newcomers aren’t catered to in spades. And it isn’t just about the pistes either – here’s a place where après-ski is also taken just as seriously. In the centre of Kitzbuehel you’ll find no less than 40 bars, half a dozen nightclubs and more cafés, restaurants and general joys than it’s worth trying to count. Over 60 lifts serve a collosal number of runs and if this all wasn’t enough, Kitzbuehel is also blessed with quite curiously glorious weather throughout the season.
No matter where you are in Europe, it’s a pretty safe bet to say you aren’t far from Kitzbuehel. The area is served by more than its fair share of airports and depending on where you enter from, you can get from the plane to the pistes in no more than about 90 minutes – perfect for weekend trips. Kitzbuehel is pretty much equidistant from Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich Airports, which just so happen to be major hubs for low-cost airlines like EasyJet and Ryanair. You’ll also find that most or all are well-connected with various Kitzbuehel airport transfer services, so be sure to look and book ahead.
Travelling with little to no margin for error is never a good idea in the Austrian Alps or anywhere else where snow makes its presence known. As such, the following transfer times can swing in either direction and only apply to organised Kitzbuehel airport transfers with professional drivers at the helm.
Pretty much every corner of Europe is connected with Innsbruck, Munich and Salzburg by various coach, bus and train services. From any of these you can get a connecting bus service to Kitzbuehel that takes about an hour and a half, passing some stunning sights along the way.
Here’s an insider tip though – many of the public transport options can be incredibly slow and make more stops than you’d believe. That’s why it’s always best for the sake of time, money and your own sanity to book ahead to ensure a seat on a warm and comfy transfer coach. There’s just no better way to get where you’re going!
Find out how to get to other resorts: http://www.ski-transfers.com/ski-resort-listing.php