Après-ski facilities in Kitzbühel
With over 100 restaurants and plenty of bars, Kitzbühel in Austria offers great après-ski facilities for those looking for a relaxing skiing break. With a picturesque location and slopes that feature on the ski world cup circuit, Kitzbühel is a good option for beginner and advanced skiers alike.
The Kitzbühel resort
A Tyrolean resort with picturesque cobblestone streets and painted buildings and dates back to the thirteenth century. Kitzbühel is a well-known health resort and is located near the Schwarzsee, a warm-water alpine lake. The resort is known for the Hahnenkamm race course which appears on the World Cup circuit. Regular skiers, however, will find more than enough to satisfy their skiing demands in Kitzbühel. Unlike many other resorts, there is a huge amount of affordable accommodation, which sees the resort attract a large number of low-budget visitors.
Après-ski in Kitzbühel
Kitzbühel is renowned for its great aprés-ski scene. There are more than 30 bars and also many smaller cafés – the quiet little places popular with the locals. The real nightlife starts late and The Tenne, Take Five and Olympia are the more popular haunts. Also, if you do fancy a bit of a gamble, then the casino opens early in the afternoon.
There are more than 100 restaurants serving all kinds of food from typical local cuisine to Chinese, French, Italian, and even several well-known fast food outlets. Tempting restaurants include Maria Theres and the Weisses Rössl.
Other activities in Kitzbühel
If you go to Kitzbühel the later part of January, the Hahnenkamm downhill events are hosted in Kitzbühel, and the town is decked out accordingly. Other activities on offer include: spas, sleigh rides, ice skating, curling, swimming in the indoor pool, indoor tennis, bowling, and more than 40 shops.
The ski season in Kitzbühel
Late November to early May skiing.