Vienna – a must visit city of Austria

Vienna Isn’t All Opera and Art! Open space occupies more than half the total area of Vienna, which means that on hot summer days we like to take a break from all the high culture and frolic in the park. The Jesuitenwiese Vienna’s largest playground, the Jesuitenwiese, sprawls 10,000 square meters across the west bank […]

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Visiting Austria? Go for an aerial view of Vienna

Vienna is the largest city of Austria and also its capital. It is Austria’s primary city, with a population of about 1.757 million, as well as its political, cultural and economic centre. The city centre of Vienna was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001. The city is regarded as the ‘City of […]

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Zell am See-Kaprun – the perfect spot for a vacation!

Surrounded by a snow-covered glacier, lush green Alpine pastures, a crystal-clear lake and a health-promoting climate; these are the reasons for Zell am See-Kaprun being Austria’s one of the top destinations. For your next holiday, plan for your Austria Visit Visa! It is not just a scenic area, but also offers the opportunity of meeting […]

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Austria Immigration Statistics – an overview

The Austrian Statistics Center reported on Wednesday that on January 1, 2013, there were 8,451,860 people living in Austria. This account to 0.52 percent or 43,739 more people than at the beginning of 2012. This increase is claimed to be due to more immigration. In January, around 11.9 percent of people living in Austria were […]

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A family summer holiday in Austria: the hills are alive …

Parents want to be active, daughter’s mad about The Sound of Music … Harriet Green tries out a summer break exploring Austria’s Tyrol mountains This time, we didn’t want the same-old Mediterranean beach holiday. We wanted something active, healthy, uplifting. Something like the opening scene of The Sound of Music: Maria dancing in high green […]

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Officials inaugurate new concert house for Austria’s newest music festival

Officials in the Austrian town of Erl have inaugurated a futuristic concert house that will house the country’s newest music festival. Officials for Erl’s Winter Music Festival say the new house boasts the world’s largest orchestra pit at 160 square meters, or more than 1,700 square feet. They say construction costs amounted to €36 million […]

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