Best pre-requisites for getting by train to holiday destinations - something you will find in Brixen im Thale, Kirchberg and Westendorf. All three towns, each of which has its own train station and almost are served hourly by regional trains. Kirchberg is even a key train station for a few international lines and in part can also be reached via direct services. In particular, the international main station in neighbouring Wörgl guarantees the best connections to the local train network and regular timetables in and through Brixental Valley.
Travel from almost anywhere quickly and in relaxed fashion to Brixental and the Kitzbühel Alps by train. Below is valuable information about your arrival times, information options and key links to help with planning your journey by train. The best offers for getting here and fantastic combi-tickets can be reserved online, direct via the booking links.
Whether you are travelling from Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Stuttgart or Munich: Brixental Valley has regular services and is easy to get to. For instance on the ICE you can travel at high speed to Munich. A simple change then gets you on a train to Kufstein and Wörgl, continuing on to the Kitzbühel Alps.
The "Nightjet" takes you in comfort every day overnight from Hamburg (with stops in Munich, Nuremberg and Frankfurt am Main airport) or Düsseldorf (with stops in Munich, Nuremberg and Hanover) to Tirol. You can even take your car or motorbike with you. At the international train station in Wörgl you can then change to get a suitable regional train. Barely 20 minutes later you will then be in Brixen, Kirchberg or Westendorf.
In just 5 hours the ÖBB Railjet takes you direct from Vienna main station to the station in Kirchberg in Tirol, which means you are right in the middle of the skiing and hiking areas of SkiWelt Wilder Kaiser - Brixental and KitzSki (Kitzbühel / Kirchberg). Comfortable, great value and environmentally-friendly. The train stations in Brixen im Thale and Kirchberg are easily accessible from Kitzbühel, Kirchberg and Wörgl on ÖBB regional trains, and on local bus lines.