“The Eastern Realm” is a cultural powerhouse that boasts some of Europe’s most beautiful and ornate buildings. From The Hofburg Palace and the Staatsoper Wien to Stephansdom and the Hotel Sacher, you’ll be agog at Vienna’s impressive architecture.
With a myriad of beaches, mountains, lakes and tropical islands within Austria’s borders, life and excitement exist far beyond the capital. The cherry on top is that do-able distances and good transport links make it easy to experience this fascinating country’s delights.
- The Austrians just love to learn English!
- There are lots of jobs available and salaries are reasonable
- Vienna – the baroque capital city, made famous in dozens of movies, is awash with excellent nightlife
- Tyrol's Valleys – stunning, glacier-carved valleys that offer amazing skiing and snowboarding
- Bregenzerwald – the quintessential, Sound of Music scenery that people see when they visualise Austria
Things you might not know about Teaching English in Austria
- The Austrian flag is the oldest in the world, dating from the year 1191
- Make sure you bring your hiking boots – 62% of Austria is covered by the Austrian Alps
- The Haslauer in Vienna is the world’s oldest inn/restaurant!
- Schönbrunn Palace, the summer palace of the Habsburgs, has a ridiculous 1440 rooms!