Getting to the Kitzbüheler Alpen is easy and hassle-free. The towns and villages of the holiday region are very centrally located and in close vicinity to the cities of Salzburg (80 km), Innsbruck (100 km) and Munich (120 km).Nestled among the picturesque landscape, the holiday region Kitzbüheler Alpen extends from the Wilder Kaiser in the north to the Hohe Tauern National Park in the south and from Inntal valley in the west to Pillerseetal valley in the east.
Dams, mountain passes and curvy alpine roads are not found on the way to the Kitzbüheler Alpen. No matter if you travel here by car, bus, train or plane - your journey will be easy and comfortable.
Good news for guests traveling by car from Germany: you do not need a road tax disc (until the Autobahn exit Kufstein)!
Your options for getting here
Getting here by car
Getting here by train
Getting here by plane
5 times a week, long-distance coach transfers
Distances - how far apart are villages in the Kitzbühel Alps?