Kitzbuhel is a medieval metropolis situated in the Kitzbühel Alps alongside the river Kitzbüheler Ache in Tyrol, Austria, about 100 kilometers east of the kingdom capital Innsbruck and is the executive centre of the Kitzbühel district. Kitzbuhel is a ski resort of international renown and its ski season lasts from mid October to early May. During wintry weather and early spring it's far frequented normally through upper-class purchasers from Austria and from abroad.
The first known settlers have been Illyrians mining copper within the hills around Kitzbuhel among 1100 and 800 BC. Around 15 BC, the Romans below Emperor Augustus extended their empire to consist of the Alps and mounted the province of Noricum. After the autumn of the western Roman Empire, Bavarii settled within the Kitzbühel place around 800 and commenced clearing forests. In the 12th century, the call Chizbuhel is noted for the primary time in a file belonging to the Chiemsee monastery in which it refers to a "Marquard von Chizbuhel, wherein Chizzo relates to a Bavarian clan and Bühel refers to the location of a settlement upon a hill.