Airport Transfers to Kitzbuhel
Getting an airport transfer to Kitzbuhel could not be more simple with Ski-Lifts. You will have peace of mind that your driver will be waiting for you the moment you step off the plane, ready to take you to Kitzbuhel. Along with airport transfers, Ski-Lifts also offers transfers from nearby train stations.
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Airport to Ski Resort
Ski-Lifts offer airport transfers from seven different airports to Kitzbuhel.
We offer shared transfers to Kitzbuhel, which are a cost-effective means of getting to the resort for individuals or small groups – comparable to a Kitzbuhel bus, but with greater flexibility. The shared transfers run 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
We also offer a range of private transfers to Kitzbuhel, including luxury executive transfers to Kitzbuhel and even coach transfers to Kitzbuhel for large parties travelling as a group.
– You can make your booking online, you will receive an instant confirmation of your booking by email and then you can relax in the knowledge that your driver will be waiting for you when you arrive at the airport.
– For your return journey, we will send you a text message the afternoon before you are due to depart confirming your exact pickup time from your accommodation for your transfer from Kitzbuhel to the airport.
If you need any additional information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Kitzbuhel Ski Resort Facts:
Resort altitude: 800m
Highest point: 2004m
Vertical drop: 1176m
Average days of skiing: 200
Skiing in Kitzbuhel
Kitzbuhel is an infamous resort, a jewel in the crown of Austrian ski resorts. If you can picture a typical Austrian resort, then Kitzbuhel would probably be it.
A Kitzbuhel ski pass covers 215km of slopes and 36km of marked ski routes.
The most famous part of skiing in Kitzbuhel is probably the ‘Hahnenkamm’ – an incredibly steep run, which is a fixture on the world cup downhill skiing calendar every year.
Beyond this, there are plenty of runs to keep beginners and intermediates happy, a park and pipe for budding freestylers and plenty of off-piste terrains that remains more untouched than many other resorts.
Kitzbuhel Ski Season Dates
14/10/2017 – Late April/Early May 2018
(please note – dates are subject to change)
Who is Kitzbuhel Suitable For?
Facilities in Kitzbuhel
The main village in Kitzbuhel dates back centuries and has maintained much of its charm. It mixes that with plenty of glitz and glamour, appealing to the international jet-set and of course has a buzzing nightlife scene.
Kitzbuhel has some brilliant restaurants, both on the mountain and in the village. Altogether there are more than 70 restaurants around Kitzbuhel, so you won’t be short of choice.
There’s no shortage of four and five-star hotels in Kitzbuhel. If being central is what you want, then you’ll want to stay in the Vorderstadt – the pedestrianised medieval town centre.
There are plenty of ski schools to choose from in Kitzbuhel these days. A few years ago there were only 2 main ski schools, but times have changed and more ski schools have opened across the town.
Weather in Kitzbuhel
Kitzbuhel Snow History
Events in Kitzbuhel 2017/18:
Advent in Kitzbuhel – 30 November – 26 December 2017
Kitzbuhel town centre gets turned into a festive scene in the run-up to Christmas.
64th Great New Years Day Fireworks – 1 January 2018
Often touted as the main highlight in Kitzbuhel’s calendar. Tens of thousands of people enjoy the events on New Years Day, including; fire jumping, music, and the spectacular fireworks of the world famous Pyro professionals Armin Lukasser.
78th Hahnenkamm-Race – 16-21 January 2018
The very best ski athletes in the world gather in Kitzbuehel to celebrate the highlight of the World Cup calendar.
For more information and events take a look at the Kitzbuhel tourism board’s calendar.
Airport transfer types to suit all budgets
Share the vehicle with other passengers with similar flights & destinations.
One of the most cost effective and efficient ways of getting to the resort.
Similar to a shared transfer, except this runs to a set timetable, so you’re required to book a service that works for your flight times.
Generally not door-to-door but cheaper.
Book a driver and vehicle for your sole use.
No sharing with others, no waiting at the airport and a direct door-to-door service, with no additional stops en route.
Similar to a private transfer the only difference is that it is using a larger vehicle.
Perfect for larger groups wanting to travel together.
Exec & Limousine
Enjoy vehicles such as a top-of-the-range Mercedes minivan or an S-Class Mercedes limousine.
Like a private transfer, but with the additional benefit of travelling in style.
From airport to ski resort
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in Europe and America.