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  • Child care

    The following forms of child care to consider include:
    01 Crèche/nursery school for children under 3 years of age02 Kindergartens03 In-Home Child Care04 Children’s Groups05 Child Care offered at the Universities06 Personal Babysitter07 Volunteer »Grandmas and Grandpas«08 After-School…

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  • Flora & fauna in austria


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  • Austrian Holidays

    (»Neujahr«) At the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve, people wish each other a »Happy New Year« (or, in German; »Einen guten Rutsch ins neue Jahr«). Many Austrians enjoy spending New Year’s Eve with relatives or friends and it is customary to bring along a little talisman to trade with…

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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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  • The 10 most impressive palaces and castles in Upper Austria

    AISTERSHEIMAistersheim Water Castle: The castle is located in the Innviertel region and is among Austria’s most noble and largest water castles. BAD ISCHLImperial Villa: The Imperial Villa is one of Bad Ischl’s most important historical sites and a must-see when visiting the Salzkammergut…

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  • Bakeries & Pastry Shops

    Austrian bakeries sell a variety of fresh bread and pastries. Many pastry shops also serve tea, coffee and other beverages for patrons at the bakery with a slice of cake or pastry. Many smaller, local bakeries and pastry shops in Austria continue to be family owned.
     
    Bread, cakes…

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