Travel Kitzbuhel City in Austria , Best ski resorts in the world

Kitzbuhel, Austria, for our American friends, is the Vail or Aspen of Europe, but with a twist. Located in the Austrian Alps, which is both an expensive ski town and an ancient medieval village with a fairy-tale charm and cobblestone streets with brightly painted facades and trendy boutiques and cafes, where people fur dresses walking instead of ski clothing. This is a place, in particular the walled city center, which lends itself to walking and persistent, absorbing an atmosphere that is both picturesque and exclusive.
But if you are visiting Kitzbuhel, for the first time and want to enjoy the view, here are the city 'Top 7' places of interest.
1. Bergahnmuseum
The Bergahnmuseum, or the cable car museum, is located on the famous 2 mile long (3.5 km) Ski Hahnenkamm in Kitzbühel, in the upper station of the gondola. Has exhibits documenting the history and technology of construction of the lift. For lovers of skiing, the museum also offers a simulated race track Streif ski racing. The museum is open every day.
2. Heimatmuseum
The most interesting of the Heimatmuseum is found in the oldest structure in town, a restored 13th century home. The museum is dedicated to the history of Kitzbühel and features an exhibition of old photographs, mining tools and other artifacts. Museum admission is 6.50 euros each, and the museum is open daily except Sundays.

3. Bauernhausmuseum (Hinterobernau)
Bauernhausmuseum, also known as Hinterobernau House Museum is located just north of the city in Römerweg. It offers visitors a look at a traditional country house of 16th century, fully furnished and equipped, as it would have been 400 years ago. The museum is open every day from June to September and by appointment during the winter.
4. Pfarrkirche
Pfarrkirche, situated on a hill north of downtown, is a charming 15th century church. Worth a visit if only to see its baroque interior. The church is open every day.
5. Wildpark Tirol
Wildpark Tirol, a natural park of the classes is on the way to the door Jochberg, only 4 km (2.5 miles) outside the city limits of Kitzbühel. The centerpiece of the park is a trail that winds through the halls of yaks, bobcats, deer, wild boar, ibex, marmots, ducks and other birds and beasts. The park is open all year.
6. St. Johann
A lively and charming Tyrolean village in a stunning alpine environment, San Juan is just around the mountain Kitzbuhelerhorn of Kitzbuhel. The main attractions here are gorgeous, with two towers, onion-domed parish church, Maria Himmelfahrt, dating from 1723, the small market town square dominated by a wall of the frescoed houses, and the ski lift in the main The Harschbichl gondola up the mountain in a residential area of ​​St. Johann.
7. Soll
The Tyrolean village of Soll, also at stone's throw from Kitzbühel offers a worthwhile diversion. The village clusters around its rococo church of reference 1765, perched on a hill in the center of town, overlooking a bustling pedestrian shopping and restaurants. Soll main draws, however, are a maze of walking trails, over 700 miles of them, and SkiWelt, Austria's largest interconnected ski area with 250 km of prepared pistes and 93 lifts. Another point to note here is a walk through Hexenwald, or forest of the witch, and the mountain to the top of Hohe Salve, where you can visit the Chapel Salven, the highest chapel in Austria in 1829 meters, and also enjoy 70 panoramic views of alpine peaks.

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