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You must know, that it is not ok to hold the door for Austrian woman and pass the door after her.You have to enter first, otherwise Austrian woman would be confused and unsure what to do next.Do not try to hug or kiss Austrian woman on the first date.
If you’re a man, who plans to get as much of the country, including a meeting with Austrian beautiful women, make sure you know what to expect from women in this country. This is a highly developed country with financial achievement and is famous for beautiful scenery and elegant women. If you go on a first date with Austrian woman it is best when while first meeting you introduce yourself, telling what your name is.Adapting to life in Austria can be tough, but understanding some of the key traits of the beautiful nation will help you get closer to understanding its people. The Germans and the Swiss have the more famous reputation but God help you if you’re not on time to meet an Austrian. Bars, restaurants and streetside you can buy super cheap packs of smokes (€4! It’s legal at 16 meaning half the population is addicted by 17. Topless sun baking is the norm at all public swimming spots, be it beside the Danube, at a public pool or with your kids at the local swim spot.Consider this your short guide to the hilarious/awesome/crazy things I’ve noticed from my first year living in Austria. For an Austrian, to be 5 minutes early is to be on time. Nuding up is par for the course, particularly beside lakes. Austria is one of the few countries that has been sloooowww to take up any kind of smoking laws, because Austrians adore smoking.Stay tuned for a later post about this and how it positively affects body confidence throughout the country – I reckon us English speaking folk have a lot to learn! The diet of Austria is built on the back of a Pig – always served with generous helpings of Potatoes. Crossing the border into Austria I swear the fields get more organised, the streets are neater and everything is more orderly. Most Austrian work contracts have 5 weeks annual leave built in. Normally, in any English speaking country when I get in an elevator, I avoid eye contact, clutch my phone and pretend i’m not surrounded by 20 other people in an enclosed space. Every office I walk into someone greets you with a cheery ‘Gruß Gott’, you step out of a lift and a hail of ‘Auf Wiedersehen’ sends you merrily on your way.
Dirndl’s & Lederhosen are the traditional clothes of Austria, known as 11. The first 15 minutes upon meeting anyone new is generally spent dissecting which particular region a person hails from. They are waaayy more important here than any other sporting codes.