Getting to Brixental Valley

A convenient and easy way to get to Brixen im Thale, Kirchberg in Tirol and Westendorf

Are you about to book your holiday in Brixental Valley, or have you already booked? Then you have to know how to plan your journey to get here. We have compiled the following valuable and important information for you that ought to help. But one thing: The holiday region in the centre of the Kitzbühel Alps has fantastic transport links. This makes getting here in your own car very easy. There are no mountain passes, serpentines or narrow valley heads. Even getting here by train is easy and straightforward. Anyone who would like to continue on their journey can even travel by plane. Three key, international airports are in the direct catchment area of Brixental Valley.

Brixental Valley is one of the first valleys after the German-Austrian border of Kufstein / Kiefersfelden. Gentle, extensive grassy mountains of between 800m and 2440m altitude shape the landscape. There are no narrow dams, twisty serpentines or steep mountain passes on the route to the holiday region. For that reason travel to Brixen im Thale, Kirchberg and Westendorf is possible easy and straightforward.

It only takes around half an hour in your own car from the border crossing area to get to one of the best known and biggest ski and hiking areas. The links to the motorway and state road network is ideal. In spite of that, the three towns are situated away from any through traffic. This means you can be certain of enjoying your well-deserved "holiday rest".

A specific train line through Brixental Valley which even has its own local train stations for Brixen im Thale, Kirchberg and Westendorf provides the ideal setting for convenient travel by train. Thanks to international train connections and as important, national link routes between east and west Austria, you can look forward to lots of attractive connections. Regional trains operate almost on a hourly basis through Brixental.

It is also possible to travel by plane to the Kitzbühel Alps - easy and fast. There are three international key airports within a two hour drive’s distance. Innsbruck airport provides attractive flight connections and is just 75 kilometres from Brixental. The two international airports of Salzburg (100 kilometres) and Munich (120 kilometres) provide almost daily attractive links to the rest of the world. Thanks to the region’s own airport shuttle service onward travel to Brixental Valley is child's play.

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Mobility in town

Mobility in town
Mobility in town

Did you know that the towns in Brixental Valley do everything they can to make travel in the holiday region as comfortable, easy and environmentally-friendly as possible?

An extensive network of public transport methods, regular cross-regional bus links, a specific train line with direct links to the three towns of Brixen im Thale, Kirchberg and Westendorf, as well as numerous internal area ski buses in the winter, make your stay as flexible and comfortable as it can be. And the best thing about it: As guests in the region you get to avail of all public transport with the regional guest card, absolutely free of charge - throughout your holiday.

And of course anyone travelling in their own E-car won’t be without electricity. Numerous accommodation providers have established charging systems right in the building. There are several public charging stations available for all standard E-cars.

Sustainable. Flexible. Easy. That is the transport maxim in Brixental Valley.


Guest card = Travel card

Theguest card for Brixental Valley is issued to you as a holiday-maker free of charge by your accommodation provider - right from your first night’s stay.

It is not just valid with numerous service partners as a valuable bonus and discount card, it also opens up a consolidated mobility solution for the region. Your guest card is also your travel card in all regional buses, ski buses and even on the regional trains across the Kitzbühel Alps.

Even when you arrive you get to enjoy a range of services: Just get the guest card sent by your accommodation provider in digital format to your mobile telephone and avail of bus and train services (e.g. from Wörgl) even when you get here. It just doesn’t get any more convenient or easier!