Kitzbuhel is a small medieval town in Tyrol, Austria, situated on the Kitzbuheler Ache river. It is the administrative centre of the district (Bezirk) Kitzbuhel. The town is situated in the Kitzbuhel Alps about 100 kilometres (62 mi)east of the state capital of Innsbruck and is a ski resort of international renown.
Places of interest
• St. Catherine's Church: built 1360–1365, High Gothic church in the heart of the town with a coppersmith altar; the high tower with its spire is a striking landmark in the town centre. Its carillon sounds at 11 am and 5 pm.
• Protestant Christ's Church in Kitzbühel: built in 1962 by Clemens Holzmeister
• Reisch Dance Cafe: built in 1928 by Lois Welzenbacher (architect of the Tiroler Moderne); the Plahl Medical Practice (Arzthaus) was also designed by him
• Berghaus Holzmeister, a guesthouse on Kitzbühel's local mountain, the Hahnenkamm; built in 1930 by Clemens Holzmeister
• Berghaus by Alfons Walde, 100m away
• Fresco by Max Weiler (1951) in Kitzbühel Primary School (Volksschule)
• Newly built tri-cable system by the firm of Doppelmayr, the cable car with the highest elevation above the ground (400 metres (1,300 ft)) in the world.
• Museum Kitzbühel - Collection Alfons Walde: the new renovated museum presents the history of the town, from 1000 years ago to the winter sports era; it also includes a larger permanent exhibition of the Tyrolean painter Alfons Walde