It is estimated that more than 60,000 foreigners live permanently in Austria. Not only high earnings encourage departure of economic migrants. It is also the climate and fairy-tale landscapes that influence the decision to move to Austria. Discovering the country of migration from the tourist side is an important part of this experience. What’s worth seeing in Austria? You will find the answer below in the article.

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Entering and staying in Austria

EU citizens can enter Austria on one of the following documents:

  • passport
  • temporary passport
  • ID card

They can stay in Austria for up to 3 months without any additional formalities. After this period, they should report to the Residence Office for a residence certificate. This application must be submitted within 4 months from the date of arrival. The cost of the certificate is EUR 50.

Important! EU citizens who have worked in Austria for 5 years are automatically granted a permanent residence permit. It is a great help for those who associate their future with work and life in Austria.

Job in Austria – where to look for it?

In Austria, employers most often look for specialists in a given industry. In addition, there is a great demand for seasonal workers. If a job in Austria, then in which industry? Check out the list below!

Where you can find job offers in Austria?

Job offers from Austria are available on our portal. We also encourage you to use the services:

  • European Job Offers Network – EURES
  • Labour Office in Austria – AMS
  • Trade Unions – OEGB

What is Austria famous for?

Admittedly, Austria has a lot to offer as a tourist destination. The first associations with this country are, of course, alpine landscapes, mountain air, famous composers and ski slopes. However, most often sightseeing in this country starts from the capital – Vienna – rich in monuments, museums and art galleries.

What’s worth seeing in Austria?


Vienna is a city where historic architectural works are intertwined with modernity. Architecture lovers will surely be delighted with the Austrian capital! Apart from that, it is worth paying a visit to art galleries and museums.

In turn, on a sunny day we recommend going to one of Vienna’s parks, to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. However, it is not only just sightseeing the man lives for … During your stay in Vienna, it is worth tasting the local specialties. Almost in every cafe, you can find the famous Sacher chocolate cake. As for the main course, the obvious choice will be the Viennese schnitzel. For more gastronomic experiences, you should go to the Naschmarkt, which has as many as 120 stands and premises serving dishes from all over the world.

What sights and places are worth seeing in Vienna?

  • Innere Stadt – the historic center of Vienna (inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List) with beautiful tenement houses, the famous Stephansplatz and the Cathedral of St. Stephen.
  • Albertina – an art gallery where you can admire, among others, works by Picasso, Monet, Klimt, Rubens and Renoir.
  • Hofburg – one of the largest palace complexes in the world.
  • Spanish Riding School – you can visit it with a guide, as well as go to the Spanish driving school show (tickets must be booked well in advance!).
  • Prater – the world’s oldest amusement park.
  • Schloss Belvedere – baroque palace complex.
  • Schloss Schönbrunn – a palace that used to be the summer residence of the Habsburg family.
  • The Beethoven Museum – a place dedicated to the life and work of the great composer. We can find many more places like this!
  • Vienna State Opera – a beautiful opera house worth visiting for an evening performance.
  • Stadtpark – a city park with a golden statue of Johann Strauss.

What’s worth seeing in Austria?

Besides the obvious choice of Vienna, Austria has much, much more to offer! What are the most beautiful places in Austria? Check where else is worth going during the stay in this country.

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Hallstatt is a real showpiece of Austria. Photos of this town appear in the first search results under the heading: what worth seeing in Austria; It is a village situated on a lake, next to a mountain slope. It is an important tourist complex. Densely located houses, narrow streets and a view of the lake, create an amazing atmosphere of this place.

The region is called the ‘heart of the Alps’. Many attractions await tourists here, both in winter (skiing, sledge) and in summer (rafting, bicycles, mountain hiking). Tyrol is famous for its colorful mountain towns, lakes and alpine trails. The capital of the region is the Alpine metropolis of Innsbruck.

Under this name there hides a magical place, namely a natural ice cave in the Salzburg Alps. It can only be reached by a cable car – the entrance to the cave is located at an altitude of 1614 m above sea level

The second largest city in Austria. It is mainly famous for the world’s largest and best-preserved armory, in which over 32,000 exhibits are collected. In Graz, it is worth going to the Old Town and climbing the castle hill, from which there is a beautiful view.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in this city. Music lovers and not only, can visit the house in which the great composer was born – the Mozarts Geburtshaus. In Salzburg, it is also worth visiting the Mirabell Palace and the Hohensalzburg Fortress.

When deciding to emigrate to Austria, you can have these and other attractions at your fingertips.

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