Munich to Kitzbuhel Transfer

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Professional chauffeurs

Travel confidently with expert chauffeurs delivering industry-leading quality, reliability, discretion, and more.
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Door-to-door convenience

Rest easy with door-to-door pick-up and drop-off — no waiting in lines or change of transportation needed.
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Set your own schedule

Schedule your pickup whenever you want, and leave departure boards and timetables in the rear-view mirror.
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Private Munich to Kitzbuhel transfer

A professional Munich to Kitzbuhel transfer with Blacklane means peace and privacy during the two hour journey. Winter sports devotees bringing their own equipment will appreciate our five-seater Business Van/SUV Class, coming with plenty of room in the back for boards and skis. Get from Munich Airport to Kitzbuhel in comfort and style, away from the crowds of public transport, ensuring you arrive at the slopes in the right frame of mind. Our commitment to flexibility means your fixed-price Munich to Kitzbuhel car service can be canceled free of charge up to an hour before pick up time.

Stress-free solution

Booking our City to City rides as an alternative to flights, trains, or car rentals means avoiding the crowds and staying safe on your long-distance journey. Instead of enduring long lines and multiple interactions before you even hit the road, you just enjoy the comfort of a private transfer in a top-of-the-line vehicle.

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Blacklane for alpine enthusiasts

Across the world, winter sports aficionados and alpine enthusiasts put their trust in Blacklane to get them to the slopes. Experience Blacklane’s industry-leading standards with your Munich to Kitzbuhel transfer, and look forward to the same for destinations all over the globe. Whether the US, Switzerland, or France, let us take the wheel to get you there with ease.

Frequently asked questions

How do I get from Munich Airport to Kitzbuhel?

You can get directly to Kitzbuhel from Munich Airport by car, bus, taxi, or train. During the ski season, there is a direct night train (Urlaubs Express) that leaves from Munich East to Kitzbuhel. It will take around 2 hours 30 minutes and cost in the region of €100.

How long is the drive from Munich to Kitzbuhel?

With clear roads, it should take just under 2 hours to drive from Munich to Kitzbuhel. Traffic conditions can vary depending on the time of year. If you’re traveling in winter, remember winter tires and plenty of de-icer. 

How far is it from Munich to Kitzbuhel?

Kitzbuhel is 129 km (80 miles) from the center of Munich.

Is there a train from Munich to Kitzbuhel?

There are regular trains from Munich to Kitzbuhel. In total, the journey should take around 3 hours. You will need to change once, in the town of Wörgl, once you have passed over the border into Austria. During ski season, you can catch the Urlaubs Express from Munich East, a direct service that will take around 2 hours 30 minutes.

Which airport is best for Kitzbuhel?

Innsbruck (97 km/60 miles) and Salzburg Airport (73 km/45 miles) are the two nearest to Kitzbuhel. For the majority of travelers arriving by air, Munich International is around 164 km (101 miles) away.

What months are best to visit Kitzbuhel?

For winter pursuits, the period between the end of November and end of April offers the best chance of reliable snow. Visiting in the summer sees a transformed region, with camping, hiking and biking opportunities in stunning mountain terrain

How much is a taxi from Munich International Airport to Kitzbuhel?

A taxi from Munich International Airport to Kitzbuhel will cost around €250. This price is fairly consistent across seasons, though obviously on particular public holidays you can expect to pay more. 

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