Kufstein District

district of Austria

The Kufstein District is a district in Tyrol, Austria. It borders Bavaria (Germany) in the north, the Kitzbühel district in the southeast, and the Schwaz district in the southwest. It has an area of 969.81 km². As of 2012, 101,321 people lived there. The administrative center is Kufstein.

Kufstein District

Bezirk Kufstein
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CountryAustria
StateTyrol
Number of municipalities30
Area
 • Total969.81 km2 (374.45 sq mi)
Population
 (2012)
 • Total101,321
 • Density100/km2 (270/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)

The district has the lower part of the Tyrolean Inn valley as far as the Bavarian border, the Alpbach valley, the Brandenberg valley, Wildschönau, and Thiersee. Mountain ranges within the district include the Brandenberg Alps, Kitzbühel Alps, and the Kaisergebirge. The largest lakes are the Reintal lakes, Thiersee, Hechtsee, Hintersteiner See and Walchsee.

PlacesEdit

The district has 30 municipalities, three of them are towns, and two of them are market towns.

TownsEdit

  1. Kufstein
  2. Rattenberg
  3. Wörgl

Market townsEdit

  1. Brixlegg
  2. Kundl

MunicipalitiesEdit

  1. Alpbach
  2. Angath
  3. Angerberg
  4. Bad Häring
  5. Brandenberg
  6. Breitenbach am Inn
  7. Ebbs
  8. Ellmau
  9. Erl
  10. Kirchbichl
  11. Kramsach
  12. Langkampfen
  13. Mariastein
  14. Münster
  15. Niederndorf
  16. Niederndorferberg
  17. Radfeld
  18. Reith im Alpbachtal
  19. Rettenschöss
  20. Scheffau am Wilden Kaiser
  21. Schwoich
  22. Söll
  23. Thiersee
  24. Walchsee
  25. Wildschönau