If your favorite parts of going on a wintersports holiday are the evenings where you can discover some great local restaurants, then Kitzbühel is going to be right up your alley. I have gone out for food every night for a week while there and have discovered all different kinds of restaurants: from cozy family restaurants to high class dining. It is advised that you make a reservation in advance if you want to go to any of these places. These are the best restaurants in Kitzbühel and surrounding neighborhoods. (according to me :-))
So your family wants to go skiing or snowboarding every year, but it’s not your thing? Don’t fear, because you can still tag along! When I visited Kitzbühel I…
Nothing beats the squeaky sound of snow underneath your skis, the sun on your skin and the fresh air around you while you speed down a slope. At the end of the afternoon you grab a drink during the après ski, have a bite in a cool restaurant and at night you crawl onto the couch in front of the fireplace. But with such a wide range of ski resorts, why should you choose Kitzbühel & Kirchberg in Austria?
Because it’s simply amazing. I will tell you all about it!
Kitzbühel: a small, colorful gem, beautifully located in between impressive snowy mountain tops. It’s a place I got to visit because of my blog, without any expectations, but returned from with a new focus, new insights about myself and – of course – new friendships! A love letter to Kitzbühel and what I discovered about myself. Eat, pray, love in Kitzbühel.
The best trips are those that you return from with newly gained insights about yourself and a new focus in life. Those are the trips you remember, while the other ones slowly fade into your memory. At the airport of München, ready to start this trip, I had no idea I would spend the week crying, laughing and crying from laughter. The program was full of new experiences, and on top of that I would travel with someone I didn’t know for a whole week, which is pretty intimidating on its own! But because of that it was a fantastic experience, which taught me a lot about myself. These are the things I learned that week.
It’s been eight months already since I visited Salzburg (time flies!). It was the last stop before we drove back to the Netherlands after a road trip through the Balkans for 3,5 weeks. After three weeks of beautiful scenery, great food, fascinating culture and mostly friendly people, Salzburg had some big ass shoes to fill.