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Blogs about Austria


Austria Travel Blogs, Photos, Hotel and Hostel Listing from TravelBlog.org.


Expats In Austria Blogs Directory at Expats Blog. We list our top favourite British expat forum for each destination country and the big general sites too.


Austria Blogs – BOTW Blog Directory Austria Category.


Browse the best expat blogs on InterNations! Our Recommended Expat Blogs for Austria feature talented bloggers and their lives abroad in Austria.


mirage as usual. By – A Stay at home mom joggling time to finish homeworks, play and study bible with the kids, photograph …

This is the Expats in Austria Blogs listing page at ExpatsBlog.com. Whilst we do try to include as many Austria expat blogs as possible, should you know of a blog that deserves a listing please add here.

Observations, lessons learned, triumphs and failures in living (and travelling) abroad with two young children. A chronicle of our constant adventure.

Everybody who has spent time in a different country knows that expat life is not quite like anything else in the world. The confusion of the first few days and weeks, the slow, but steady process of acclimation, the little peculiarities and quirks that might strike you about your new surroundings: almost any situation you encounter can make for a great story. If you are so inclined and want to blog about it, of course!

Our InterNations recommended blog section features talented expat bloggers from around the world. Their offerings to the blogosphere have been selected for their great entries and high quality, whether they may be funny, informative, interesting, deeply personal or a combination of all of the above.

Let’s hear from our featured bloggers in Austria:

Martha: Martha’s Vienna

Part of what’s great about living abroad is the learning experience. I think we were pretty well prepared except for the language. It has taken much longer than anticipated to begin to understand German.

Anna: So Where’s the Snow?

This is a rural community which is familiar to us too. The main difference is language. No amount of learning High German prepares you for local dialect. We never expected people to talk to us in English either.

Are you an expat blogger and would like to be featured here? Get in touch with us!

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