How to get to Kitzbühel
This small Austrian town is a popular ski resort located in a large valley surrounded by Alpine mountains. If planning to spend a vacation in the resort and need to know how to get there from Munich, Salzburg, or Innsbruck, read our short article.
Taxi to Kitzbühel
Normally, taxi ranks are located in front of the arrivals area outside the airports’ buildings. Some cab companies may offer flat rates, others – meter-based prices. In any case, to be on the safe side and avoid overcharging, you’d better know approximate fares. Thus, getting from Kranebitten air hub by taxi costs around 180 euros and takes an hour and 10 minutes. A journey from W. A. Mozart Airport makes about 160 euros and nearly an hour. A 2-hour trip from Munich air hub costs 230-240 euros.
Transfer to Kitzbühel
Compared to a taxi, an individual transfer is a more comfortable and time-saving option. You don’t need to search for transportation and negotiate the price with a driver and can start your trip once you’re ready to go.
To pre-book a private transfer, fill in the reservation form with your flight number, a drop-off address in Kitzbühel, and a number of passengers. If traveling with small children, be sure to order child seats for them. Kiwitaxi provides fixed fares, which mainly depend on a vehicle class a customer chooses. A private taxi transfer from Innsbruck air terminal the resort costs from 189 euros, taking an hour and 10 minutes. A 1-hour travel from Salzburg Airport makes from 142 euros, while getting from Franz Josef Strauss air hub costs 234 euros and takes less than 2 hours.
A Kiwitaxi driver will meet you in the arrivals hall. You’ll identify them by a sign with your name on it. After helping you with luggage and child safety belts, your transfer driver will safely bring you to Kitzbühel. All you’ll have to do is enjoy a comfortable ride.
Public Transport to Kitzbühel
There’s no direct public transportation between the air terminals and Kitzbühel. In all cases, you’ll have to reach the nearest city first, and then change once or twice to get to the ski resort by rail. Such a trip from Innsbruck air terminal will cost 17-30 euros per person and take over 2,5 hours. A journey from Salzburg/Munich hubs will make 40-60 euros per ticket and take 3,5-4 hours.
Remember that public transport has limited hours of operation unlike taxi and transfer service available 24/7. Be sure to check timetable for each transfer.
As a ski resort, the town of Kitzbühel accepts visitors from October to May. In the summer season, the resort is open for mountain biking and hiking lovers.