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Munich Airport to Kitzbühel Transfers

Transfers from Munich to Kitzbühel will be the best option to bring you to the winter wonderland. Alps2Alps transfers will your best choice this ski season. Join in like many others and let Alps2Alps transfer services be a pleasant discovery for you and your family or friends. We’ll do all the planning and have an undivided attention to your reservation since the moment of booking.

Here’s some more information about the journey from the airport to the resort.

Transfers from Munich to Kitzbühel

The journey from Munich Airport to Kitzbühel resort should take around 2 hours in perfect road conditions. The most journey time-affecting factor would be the traffic jams. It’s usually a common thing at the busiest seasons for ski resorts. If travelling around festive days, weekends and half-term, you’ll have to face congested roads and dense traffic. When choosing to book a transfer it shouldn’t be a huge inconvenience as our experienced drivers will make sure to choose the best possible route and based on your booking information you’ll get informed about what to expect.

We’d still strongly suggest booking a midweek transfer to guarantee yourself more time on the slopes.


Route Details, Issues & Alternatives

The first option that would guarantee the fastest journey time in case of perfect road and weather conditions is to take a route via Munich Airport- Garching bei Munchen- Feldkirchen- Brunnthal- Weyarn- Irchenberg- Brannenburg- Kiefersfelden- Endach- Ellmau- Oberndorf in Tirol- Kitzbühel.

The second best option is to take the same route up until Irchenberg and then follow the following route: Rohrdorf- Frasdorf- Grassau- Marquartstein- Schleching- Kossen- Oberndorf in Tirol- Kitzbühel.

The third and slightly longer route option is following: Munich Airport- Garching bei Munchen- Feldkirchen- Brunnthal- Holzkirchen- Bad Tolz- Wiesing- Worgl- Westendorf- Kitzbühel. At peak-times when the two first mentioned routes are too busy the third option would be preferred.


What to Do En-Route

Choose the en-route activities depending on your taste and the taste of your travel companions. The journey can be interesting and fun. When travelling with family or friends, some fun mind games could do the trick and make your journey feel much faster.

We suggest stopping at the supermarket and getting all the necessary things that are still missing out to avoid more pricey options at the resort village.

If you prefer a calmer journey to slowly disconnect your work-related thoughts, get your playlist ready, pack your camera and enjoy the stunning views that Mother Nature has out there for you.


Journey Altitude

Kitzbühel resort sits at an altitude of 800m above sea level which is relatively low altitude for a mountain region. Nevertheless, for those who have never experienced travelling in relatively high altitudes could feel some discomfort related to the rising altitudes.

The most common experiences are feeling nauseous, even vomiting, dizziness or a headache. These symptoms can affect everyone, but children and elderly are especially prone to the altitude sickness. It’s suggested to prepare some refreshments that might help you and your family or friends feel better while travelling through high altitudes.

Please don’t hesitate to always ask our friendly drivers for help if that’s necessary. The driver will adjust the necessary salon temperature for you and in cases of feeling particularly unwell feel free to ask for a stop on the way to regain the energy for the rest of the road.


Kitzbühel Ski Resort

This resort is credited with a title as the best ski resort in the world and honestly, it deserves its prize! First of all the lovely town of Kitzbühel is just worth seeing. It’s loved by many skiing and snowboarding enthusiasts because of its perfect mix of everything. It’s a blend of attractions for all sorts of tastes and most importantly it’s accessible for both well-off visitors and for budget travellers.

There’s a nice variety of slopes as well. It’s craziest steep fall Mausefalle is a challenge for the best of the best competitors of “Der Streif” competition. Alongside breathtaking and challenging runs there’s a lovely and family-friendly Familienabfahrt – a family run.

As for the après-ski scene, you’ll find everything from calm cafes and bars to a loud party. The resort has a vast choice of very good restaurants and more! The village itself will charm you and you’ll want to return again and again.

Find out more about Kitzbühel here!


Munich Airport Transfers (MUC)

When choosing the Munich Airport as your arrival airport, it’s good to make sure you book your airport to resort transfer on time. Munich Airport is the second busiest airport in Germany and you can imagine that it’s just getting busier over the ski season. We’re waiting for your booking here at Alps2Alps!

Flying with your own skis? Find out how much the airlines flying into Munich airport will charge you.

If you’re looking for information about your flight to Munich Airport, find it here.

Find out more about Munich Airport here.


How Much Will Your Transfer From Munich to Kitzbühel Cost?

Alps2Alps is the leader as the transfer provider. Our service combined with the great deals is just what you’re looking for. When calculating the total costs we’re always looking at certain factors that are building the end-price. These are the basic factors:

  • The arrival airport

  • The day and the season of travelling

  • The transfer destination

  • Vehicle availability

  • Discounts that may be applied

We’re always calculating the standard fare and then looking for a possibility to reduce the total costs by any discounts applicable to your booking. Remember that we’re working to give you the best service; therefore the price calculation is transparent and just.

Every booking made with us is unique and differs from others. The price-affecting factors can be different based on the requirements of each individual booking.


Midweek Transfers

We’re always recommending travelling midweek because that’s a way how to grant yourself much better transfer deals.

Book an off-peak skiing holiday and save up to 60% of your transfer expenses.


Book Your Munich to Kitzbühel Transfer

Are you ready to book now? Check out the online booking opportunity at and be through with your booking in no time!

If you still have questions about the transfer from Munich to Kitzbühel, please feel free to call us or write us an e-mail and our customer service team will be happy to assist you!

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