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Kitzbuhel Introduction

Kitzbuhel is a beautiful old town with a long history that has grown into a very fashionable, upmarket ski resort. The town sits between the Hahnenkamm and the Kitzbuhler Horn mountains and together with its neighbour Kirchberg offers one hundred and seventy kilometres of pistes. It is also connected to the extensive Ski Welt Wilder Kaiser ski area which trebles the amount of slopes to seven hundred kilometres. Kitzbuhel offers skiing and boarding for all levels of ability and there are also trails for cross country skiers. Lifts provide quick and easy access to the slopes. Ski schools provide tuition for children from three years when skiing and eight years when boarding. There are crèche facilities for children from six months to four years. Hotels, apartments and chalets, provide accommodation to suit all budgets and there are restaurants to suit all tastes. The narrow streets of the old town have a wonderful array of shops but if you are holidaying on a tight budget, it may be better to window shop. Nightlife is lively with bars, pubs and the occasional disco.

A Kitzbuhel ski holiday offers great fun both on and off the slopes.

Why Go To Kitzbuhel?

Kitzbuhel is more than just a fine ski resort. It is a stunning town with superb architecture, elegant restaurants and exclusive boutiques. As well as the evidence of manmade beauty, Kitzbuhel is surrounded by a breathtaking landscape that offers wonderful days on slopes with good snow cover.

A Kitzbuhel ski holiday is popular with a wide range of skiers, including families, as the slopes accommodate all levels of ability from novices to experts in both skiing and boarding. The town offers a wide range of recreational activities off the slopes.

When To Go To Kitzbuhel

Although the resort lies at a fairly low altitude, at a little under eight hundred metres the Kitzbuhel ski season lasts from mid December until mid April. Shortages of snow can be supplemented by snow cannons.

Kitzbuhel - The Place

The medieval town of Kitzbuhel must be one of the most impressive ski resorts in the Alps. Its narrow streets and old buildings give it a distinctive charm and ooze an air of sophistication. Lying at an altitude of seven hundred and sixty metres, it generally has good snow cover. The Kitzbuhel ski area offers almost one hundred and sixty kilometres of pistes. While the slopes are ideal for all levels of ability, it must be noted that there are limited pistes for advanced skiers. They can of course venture to the Hahnankamm area, with its rather testing down hill run. Almost half of the slopes are for intermediate skiers giving a variety of difficulty in blue and red runs. There is a snow park for snowboarders as well as good off-piste terrain. Kitzbuhel also has trails for cross country skiers. Ski schools offer ski tuition to children from three years and snowboarding tuition from eight years. Crèche facilities are available for babies from six months. Since places are limited it is best to book in advance.

Kitzbuhel has a wide variety of accommodation that satisfies most budgets from first class hotels to self-catering apartments and chalets. There are many restaurants serving a range of cuisine to satisfy most tastes and pockets, including fast food. Nightlife is fairly lively with bars, pubs and restaurants, as well as the larger hotels, providing the evening entertainment.

Kitzbuhel is noted for its warm hospitality, its elegant town and its stunning scenery as well as its excellent skiing.

Kitzbuhel Nightlife

Kitzbuhel has a vibrant nightlife with bars, pubs, and restaurants providing a range of venues that have something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a romantic meal for two or enjoying the company of friends in a lively bar, Kitzbuhel will give a choice of location.

Kitzbuhel Shopping

Kitzbuhel has a good number of shops supplying essential holiday provisions and sports shops for the purchase or the hire of equipment and clothing. It also has a range of boutiques, specialist shops and those selling crafts and gifts tucked away in its narrow cobbled streets.

Kitzbuhel Eating

Kitzbuhel has a wide range of restaurants catering for all tastes. It offers everything from fine dining with superb menus in elegant surroundings, to pizzerias and fast food. It is not the cheapest resort for eating out although it does have low cost alternatives.