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  • The Visa-Regime in Austria

    In general, EEA citizens are exempt from visa regulations and permitted to reside in Austria. However, all EEA citizens must register at the responsible authorities (municipial office or magistrate)

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  • Austrians World Heritage Sites

    Cultural attractions in Vienna include Schönbrunn Palace and the historic city center whereas cities such as Salzburg, Graz and Linz all have modern, vibrant cultural scenes. The wine-growing regions of the Wachau and around Lake Neusiedl offer visitors unspoiled natural beauty and…

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  • Hospitals in Upper Austria

    BAD ISCHL:
    Landeskrankenhaus Bad IschlDr. Mayr-Straße, 4820 Bad Ischl+43 (0)6132/202-0
     
    BRAUNAU AM INN:
    Sankt-Josef Krankenhaus
    Ringstraße 60, 5280 Braunau am Inn+43 (0)7722/804-0
     
    ENNS:
    Landeskrankenhaus Enns
    Bahnhofweg 7, 4470 Enns+43…

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  • Expatriate tax regime

    There is no special tax regime/tariff available for expatriates in Austria. However, up to 35 percent of taxable income (from dependent employment) of expatriates may be paid out tax-free. The requirements are that the employer must reimburse certain expenses, the employee must not have…

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  • General Information on Austria

    If you plan on spending some time in Austria, some general information, facts and figures might help make your stay more interesting and enjoyable: Austria, with Vienna as its capital, is situated in Central Europe. Austria has extensive political connections with neighboring countries and…

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  • Pastries

    Austrian pastries are famous worldwide. The Upper Austrian version of a deep-fried doughnut is referred to as a »Bauernkrapfen« (»farmer’s doughnut«). In truth, the name has little to do with »farmers« as it only began to appear in cookbooks after the beginning of the 19th century. Most…

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