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Kitzbühel hostels provide budget-oriented, sociable accommodation where guests can rent a bed, usually a bunk bed, in a dormitory and share a bathroom, lounge, and sometimes a kitchen. Rooms can be mixed or single-sex, although private rooms may also be available. Hostels are often cheaper for both the operator and occupants; many Kitzbühel hostels have long-term residents whom they employ as desk agents or housekeeping staff in exchange for experience or discounted accommodation.
Apartment hotels, extended stay hotels in Kitzbühel
Extended stay hotels are small to medium-sized Kitzbühel hotels that offer longer term full service accommodations compared to a traditional hotel. Extended stay hotels may offer non-traditional pricing methods such as a weekly rate that cater towards travelers in need of short-term accommodations for an extended period of time. Similar to limited and select service hotels, on-site amenities are normally limited and most extended stay hotels in Kitzbühel lack an on-site restaurant.
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Kitzbühel (German pronunciation:[ˈkɪtsbyːl]) is a small medieval town situated along the river Kitzbuhler Ache in Tyrol, Austria and the administrative centre of the Kitzbühel district (Bezirk). It has a population of 8,134 (as of 1 January 2013). The town is situated in the Kitzbühel Alps about 100 kilometres (62 mi) east of the state capital of Innsbruck. It is a ski resort of international renown.
Kitzbühel, situated on the Kitzbüheler Ache river, is a large valley town with most of its centre car-free, and with a large selection of up-market shops and cafes.
The town borough is subdivided into the municipalities of: Am Horn, Aschbachbichl, Badhaussiedlung, Bichlach, Ecking, Felseneck, Griesenau, Griesenauweg, Gundhabing, Hagstein, Hausstatt, Henntal, Jodlfeld, Kaps, Mühlau, Obernau, Schattberg, Seereith, Siedlung Frieden, Am Sonnberg, Sonnenhoffeld, Staudach, Stockerdörfl and Zephirau.
Kitzbühel's neighbouring municipalities are:
Aurach bei Kitzbühel, Jochberg, Kirchberg in Tirol, Oberndorf in Tirol, Reith bei Kitzbühel, St. Johann in Tirol and Fieberbrunn.
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Kitzbühel: Earliest People
The first known settlers were Illyrians mining copper in the hills around Kitzbühel between 1100 and 800 BC.
Around 15 BC, the Romans under Emperor Augustus extended their empire to include the Alps and established the province of Noricum. After the fall of the western Roman Empire, Bavarii settled in the Kitzbühel region around 800 and started clearing forests.
Kitzbühel: Middle Ages
In the 12th century, the name Chizbuhel is mentioned for the first time in a document belonging to the Chiemsee monastery (where it refers to a "Marquard von Chizbuhel"), whereby Chizzo relates to a Bavarian clan and Bühel refers to the location of a settlement upon a hill. One hundred years later a source refers to the Vogtei of the Bamberg monastery in Kicemgespuchel and, in the 1271 document elevating the settlement to the status of a town, the place is called Chizzingenspuehel.
Kitzbühel became part of Upper Bavaria in 1255 when Bavaria was first partitioned. Duke Ludwig II of Bavaria granted Kitzbühel town rights on 6 June 1271, and it was fortified with defensive town walls. During the next centuries the town established itself as a market town, growing steadily and remaining unaffected by war and conflict. The town walls were eventually reduced to the level of a single storey building, and the stone used to build residential housing.
Source: Statistik Austria
When Countess Margarete of Tyrol married the Bavarian, Duke Louis V the Brandenburger, in 1342, Kitzbühel was temporarily united with the County of Tyrol (that in turn became a Bavarian dominion as a result of the marriage until Louis' death). After the Peace of Schärding (1369) Kitzbühel was returned to Bavaria. Following the division of Bavaria, Kufstein went to the Landshut line of the House of Wittelsbach. During this time, silver and copper mining in Kitzbühel expanded steadily and comprehensive mining rights were issued to her that, later, were to become significant to the Bavarian dukedom. On 30 June 1504 Kitzbühel became a part of Tyrol permanently: the Emperor Maximilian reserved to himself the hitherto Landshut offices (Ämter) of Kitzbühel, Kufstein and Rattenberg as a part of his Cologne Arbitration (Kölner Schiedsspruch), that had ended the Landshut War of Succession.
However the law of Louis of Bavaria continued to apply to the three aforementioned places until the 19th century, so that these towns had a special legal status within Tyrol. Maximilian enfeoffed Kitzbühel, with the result that it came under the rule of the Counts of Lamberg at the end of the 16th century, until 1 May 1840, when Kitzbühel was ceremonially transferred to the state.
An inscription in the Swedish Chapel dating to the Swedish War states "Bis hierher und nicht weiter kamen die schwedischen Reiter" ("The Swedish knights came as far as here but no further.")
Kitzbühel: Eighteenth century to today
The wars of the 18th and 19th century bypassed the town, even though its inhabitants participated in the Tyrolean Rebellion against Napoleon. Following the Treaty of Pressburg in 1805, Kitzbühel once more became part of Bavaria; it was reunited with Tyrol after the fall of Napoleon at the Congress of Vienna. Until 1918, the town (named KITZBICHL before 1895) was part of the Austrian monarchy (Austria side after the compromise of 1867), head of the district of the same name, one of the 21 Bezirkshauptmannschaften in the Tyrol province.
When Emperor Franz Joseph finally resolved the confusing constitutional situation, and following completion of the Salzburg-Tyrol Railway in 1875, the town's trade and industry flourished. In 1894, Kitzbühel hosted its first ski race, ushering in a new era of tourism and sport.
Kitzbühel also had the good fortune to remain undamaged from the ravages of the First and Second World Wars. Since the year 2000 the town has been a member of the Climate Alliance of Tyrol.
The town's demographic evolution between 1869 and 2011 is shown in the list to the right.
Kitzbühel: 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
In the 1950s, local legends like Ernst Hinterseer, Hias Leitner, Anderl Molterer, Christian Pravda, Fritz Huber Jr. and Toni Sailer wrote skiing history. They put Kitzbühel on the map and their names still resonate today. Now there is a new generation earning the title of Kitzbühel legends: Rosi Schipflinger, Axel Naglich, Kaspar Frauenschuh and David Kreiner. With sporting achievements, fashion and food, they are part of Kitzbühel's unique culture
Karl Wilhelm von Dalla Torre (1850–1928), Austrian entomologist and botanist
Alfons Walde (1891–1958), Austrian expressionist painter and architect
Peter Aufschnaiter (1899–1973), Austrian mountaineer and geographer
Anderl Molterer (born 1931), Austrian alpine skier
Ernst Hinterseer (born 1932), Austrian alpine skier
Toni Sailer (1935–2009), legendary Austrian alpine skier and actor
Hias Leitner (born 1935), Austrian alpine skier
Georg Hochfilzer (born 1937), famous international hotel director of the Hotel Bristol in Vienna
Christl Haas (1943–2001), Austrian alpine skier
Jörg Friedrich (born 1944) German author and historian
Roman Strobl (born 1951), Austrian sculptor
Hansi Hinterseer (1954), Austrian alpine skier and singer
Klaus Sulzenbacher (born 1965), Austrian Nordic skier
Markus Gandler (born 1966), Austrian cross-country skier
Famous inhabitants of Kitzbühel
Leni Riefenstahl (1902–2003), German filmmaker, photographer and dancer
Ian Fleming (1908–1964), British spy novel author
Heinrich Harrer (1912–2006), Austrian mountaineer, author and geographer
Patricia Lopez-Willshaw (1912–2010), Austrian style and fashion icon
Trude Dreihann-Lechle (1919-2014), Austrian skier, actress and camerawoman
Werner Baldessarini (born 1945), Austrian fashion designer and businessman, formerly chairman of Hugo Boss
Ireen Sheer (born 1949), German-British pop singer
Haddaway (Nestore Alexander Haddaway) (born 1965), Trinidadian-German singer whose best-known hit was "What Is Love"
Philipp Kohlschreiber (born 1983), German tennis player
Kitzbühel is one of Austria's best-known and fanciest winter sports resorts, situated between the mountains Hahnenkamm (elev. 1,712 m (5,617 ft)) adjacent to the southwest and Kitzbühler Horn(1,996 m (6,549 ft)) to the northeast. The Hahnenkamm hosts the annual World Cup ski races, including the circuit's most notable single event, the downhill race on the notable Streif slope. Introduced 80 years ago in 1937, the northeast-facing Streif is among the world's toughest downhill courses, if not the most, and is infamous for an abundance of spectacular crashes.
Each summer Kitzbühel also hosts an ATP tennis tournament on clay, the Austrian Open.
From 2007 to 2011, ITU Triathlon World Cup races took place at the local Schwarzsee lake.
The Kitzbüheler Alpenrallye is an annual festival of historic automobiles, first held 28 years ago in 1988. The first trip of the United Buddy Bears was 2004 to Kitzbühel, following by the first trip into the "big wide world" – when they went to Hong Kong and many other metropolises on all five continents.
Winter snow in Kitzbühel
Together with the pistes and ski lifts in neighbouring Kirchberg in Tirol, Jochberg and by the Thurn Pass Kitzbühel is one of the largest ski regions in Austria. With around 10,000 hotel and guest house beds, Kitzbühel and its neighbours have an unusually high density of guest accommodation.
Holidaymakers in Kitzbühel have 56 cableway and lift facilities and 168 kilometres of slopes available to them, as well as 40 kilometres of groomed cross-country skiing tracks. Of note is the relatively new 3S Cable Car, the cable car with the highest above-ground span in the world.
In summer there are 120 km (75 mi) of mountain bike paths and 500 km (311 mi) of hiking trails.
Other attractions include six tennis courts and four golf courses, the Kitzbühel swimming pool, Austria's only curling hall and the bathing lake of Schwarzsee.
Kitzbühel also caters for the high end of the tourist market, as many celebrities and the jet set come here for the international races on the Hahnenkamm.
Together with eleven other towns Kitzbühel is a member of the community Best of the Alps.
An International Polkafest was held in Kitzbühel in 1978.
The Brixental Road, the B170, from Wörgl intersects in Kitzbühel with the Thurn Pass Road, the B161, from Mittersill to St. Johann in Tirol. Kitzbühel station is a major bus stop for buses to Lienz and Worgl.
Kitzbühel Hauptbahnhof, Kitzbühel Hahnenkamm and Kitzbühel Schwarzsee are stops on the Salzburg-Tyrol Railway. Whilst Hahnenkamm and Schwarzsee stations are served by local trains only, long-distance services from Innsbruck and Graz stop at Kitzbühel station. Kitzbühel station has just been rebuilt (2010) and been equipped with new barrier-less platforms with underpasses and a lift. From 2011 there will be no stationmaster at Kitzbühel and it will no longer be possible to buy tickets at the counter.
Kitzbühel: International relations
See also: List of twin towns and sister cities in Austria
Kitzbühel: Twin towns – sister cities
Kitzbühel is twinned with:
Greenwich, Connecticut, since 1961
Yamagata, Japan, since 1963
Sun Valley, Idaho, since 1967
Sterzing, Italy, since 1971
Rueil-Malmaison, France, since 1979
Bad Soden am Taunus, Germany, since 1984
The Schwarzsee lake and Wilder Kaiser mountains as the backdrop
The medieval churches of Liebfrauenkirche (l) and St Andrew's (r).
The Liebfrauenkirche church with its 48 m bell tower.
St Andrew's with its 13th century tower.
St Catherine's from the north.
St Catherine's from the south.
Kitzbühel's twin churches, the Liebfrauenkirche and St Andrew's.
The Kitzbüheler Horn seen from the cable car to the Hahnenkamm.
Kitzbühel: See also
Kitzbühel: Notes and references
Statistik Austria - Bevölkerung zu Jahresbeginn 2002-2016 nach Gemeinden (Gebietsstand 1.1.2016) for Kitzbühel.
Chris Gill and Dave Watts (12 November 2012). "Ski Kitzbühel: resort guide". The Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group. Retrieved 26 February 2014.
The legend of the unknown knight
Die postalischen Abstempelungen auf den österreichischen Postwertzeichen-Ausgaben 1867, 1883 und 1890, Wilhelm KLEIN, 1967
Chizzali. Tyrol: Impressions of Tyrol. (Innsbruck: Alpina Printers and Publishers), p. 46
History of Tyrol – Kitzbühel
"Kitzbuhel Triathlon". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 2011-08-08.
Kitzbühel member page on Best of the Alps
"Eugene Weisbeck". Bismarck Tribune. May 7, 2014. ... Smithsonian Institute Music Festival [sic] in Washington, D.C. In 1978, he represented the United States at the International Polkafest in Kilzbuhel, Austria.
"Partnerstädte". Stadtgemeinde Kitzbühel (in German). Retrieved 2008-08-04.
山形市の友好姉妹都市 [Yamagata City Twin Cities] (in Japanese). Japan: Yamagata City. Retrieved 12 October 2011.
"Partnerstädte" (in German). Bad Soden am Taunus. Retrieved 2013-12-11.
Kitzbühel: External links
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Kitzbühel.
Tourist office Kitzbühel
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Kitzbühel Ski Slopes Photo Gallery
Bergbahn Kitzbühel - mountain railway
Museum Kitzbühel - Alfons Walde
Municipalities in the district of Kitzbühel
Aurach bei Kitzbühel
Brixen im Thale
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Hopfgarten im Brixental
Kirchberg in Tirol
Kirchdorf in Tirol
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Reith bei Kitzbühel
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