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Graz is 200 km away from Vienna. As a modern and dynamic area, it holds a rich history as portrayed by its architecture. Its robust economy is mainly based on breweries, factories, commercial companies and services.

By living in Graz, expats will also enjoy its cultural heritage through the Styrie Cultural Center, as well as its three universities, opera, theater, museums, concert halls and art galleries.

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Vienna is not just a historical "must-see" when travelling across Europe, but also got voted "most livable city" for the 10th time in a row. The most recent Mercer Studies included expatriates from all over the world to share their impressions and opinions. Even the well known British paper "The Economist" put Vienna on top of the list in 2018 - which was a first for a European city. 

Moving to a foreign place that has a culture that is different from yours is going to be exciting and challenging at the same time. Once you have touched down in Vienna, you will be flooded with new impressions that can easily give you a cultural shock at first. 

Vienna might seem like a rather scenic and calm city with its beautiful historical buildings and classy looks. Don't get fooled, though! The city has a vibrant underground music and art scene! To help you choose the best place to live in, here in an insight into Vienna's popular neighbourhoods.

Like in any other big city, you will find various types of rental options in and surrounding the centre of Vienna. Since finding accommodation will be one of your priorities when relocating to Vienna, here is an insight into the local rental market.

Buying a house or any property is never easy in any situation, whether you are a foreigner or not. But being one can make it a little extra tricky because you don't know the market and what to look out for on your hunt for your dream house. So here is an insight into Vienna's real estate market to help you make the right choice regarding the purchase of a property.

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