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  • Taxes, social benefits & national insurance

    If an expatriate is assigned to work in Austria, there may be many questions in regard to income tax, social insurance or permits. For example, there should be a review of whether income earned in Austria or abroad is taxable – and if so, to what extent – as well as how to best deal with…

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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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  • Good to know

    Free parking is generally available at supermarkets and discount stores but only while shopping at that particular store; leaving your car to patron other stores may result in your vehicle being towed. Smaller stores, such as butcher shops and bakeries, typically do not have a parking…

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  • Extracurriculuar activities for children

    Whether an early childhood music class, learning to play an instrument, singing, dancing, theater or ballet, various schools and institutions in Linz offer courses and workshops for children of all ages. Courses are held in small groups or can be taught in individual sessions. Children can…

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  • Architecture in upper austria

    Upper Austria’s stunning Baroque Architecture is one of the province’s main tourist attractions. Cities such as Schärding, Steyr and Linz in particular have much to offer, especially Baroque monasteries such as St. Florian, built by architects Carlo Antonio Carlone, Jakob Prandtauer 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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