The town of Kitzbühel in the Austrian province of Tyrol is defined by the majestic alpine backdrop of the Wilder Kaiser, Kitzbüheler Horn and Hahnenkamm and has always been renowned for two main things – sports and living the good life. Often, sports and ‘lifestyle’ can get in each other’s way, but here in Kitzbühel they go hand in hand, amid stunning surroundings – it’s the Kitzbühel way of life.
It makes Kitzbühel a great place for business meetings and conferences. After a hard day of work, the picturesque town invites you to shop among its many boutique stores or relax in its array of great restaurants and bars. Kitzbühel is a real paradise for leisure and social events.
Also known as the Chamois city, Kitzbühel, is regarded as a golfer’s paradise in the heart of the Tyrolean Alps, with its four incredible courses right in the centre of town and another 30 courses within 100km.
Perfect conference destination
Kitzbühel is popular for conferences, seminars and events, not only because of its great accessibility from all over Europe, but also due to the huge variety of activities and corporate incentives on offer. Kitzbühel is home to state-of-the-art conference facilities, luxury accommodation, sports and fine-dining.
Kitzbühel provides meetings and conference venues for all occasions – from small team meetings up to large-scale international conferences. Professional partners, including the convention centre K3 and the incentive and event agency, element3, can create unique and tailor-made occasions, ensuring productive and enjoyable sessions.
If you want to find out more about what Kitzbühel offers as a MICE destination, there is a series of short films available in German and English that provide an overview of the facilities and opportunities. The films can be viewed via the Kitzbühel website.
There’s so much to see and do in Kitzbühel that it’s worth a visit any time of the year. High amid the crisp, clean alpine air, it’s quite simply the perfect conference destination.© Michael Werlberger | Kitzbühel Tourismus