Kitzbühel, Austria is a small medieval town located on the Kitzbüheler Ache River on the Kitzbühel Alps. Embedded between Kitzbüheler Horn Mountain and Hahnenkamm Peak, it is one of the largest ski regions in Austria and home to the famous Hahnenkamm mountain.

Internationally renowned as one of the top ten skiing destinations in the Europe, it holds the annual World Cup Ski Races which includes the famous Streif Slope which hosts the most challenging downhill competitions in the world cup.

A destination for winter sports enthusiasts ; Kitzbühel has 168km of slopes set amidst delicately painted houses, cobbled streets, contrasting landscape and traditional Tyrolean atmosphere.