The KitzSki – Kitzbühel/​Kirchberg ski resort can be found in two regions: Kitzbühel, located in Tyrol (Tirol) within the district of Kitzbühel, and Brixental, nestled in the Tyroler Unterland within the Kitzbüheler Alpen. This exceptional winter playground offers a total of 188 km of well-groomed slopes and an additional 45 km of exhilarating ski routes, all accessible via 58 efficient lifts. The winter sports area stretches from elevations of 800 meters to a lofty 2,000 meters. Kitzbühel, known as the legendary birthplace of skiing, has been hosting regular ski races since 1895 and is renowned for the infamous Streif downhill race, a fixture on the Winter World Cup circuit for decades. Yet, Kitzbühel's appeal extends beyond its world-class slopes. This destination seamlessly combines tradition and modernity, attracting winter enthusiasts and celebrities from around the globe.

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Where is Kitzbühel located?

Kitzbühel is a famous ski resort town located in the Tyrol region of Austria, in the Austrian Alps. The nearest international gateway airport is Munich (MUC), with additional options in Salzburg (SZG) and Innsbruck (INN) for European or UK travelers. The resort is easily accessible by train, with multiple train stations near ski lifts. Additionally, there is ample car parking for day trippers near the main access lifts.

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