5 DOWNSIDES of Living in Austria that People Do Not Speak About Download

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  • Sep 26, 2019

  • We all know Austria as a beautiful country in Central Europe. This country is one of the best for living on all lists | websites. And that is true. Austria is amazing country with lots of good things. But it is not perfect! Like all other countries, Austria has some drawbacks. But usually people don't talk about it. In my new video I want to discuss with you some of the disadvantages of living in Austria that I personally found. Also, I would like to add that I was studying at IMC University in Krems, Austria ( I did my Erasmus there) so these are the disadvantages of living in this country are on behalf of the student. Maybe it won't be a drawback for you but you should see this before moving to Austria. I really hope that you will find this video useful! Unforgettable Erasmus In Austria - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LIy_... 5 BENEFITS of Living in Austria - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DT5mw... My video about traveling to the Alps - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHGai... My university in Austria - https://www.fh-krems.ac.at/en/ ______________________________________________________________________________________ My Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dari__step/ My Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?... #downsidesaustria #austrialife #austria

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  • Fifi
    Fifi 7 months ago

    Kumt nu wer vo Österreich?

  • KY SA
    KY SA 4 months ago (edited)

    Sorry but these points are almost all not true. We have plenty of Restaurants with lower prices. The travelsystem is very cheap and you get low prices for Students. Imagine you live in a Country where people speak there own language omg! ;) we have many old people in Austria, they never had to learn englisch, or simply don't want to speak it. There are many farmacie stores open at night, we call this Notfallapotheke, you can get medication at night aswell... and it is good that you need to go to a doctor for most of the medications, instead of getting any drug you want. It is also a good thing to not open stores at night, because we are not so many people and it would be very expansive to open up all night and sunday is the day of the Lord and we are a Christian Religion based culture. Also imagine you have to study properly to really learn something ... cmon this is like the reason to study... it is not like in russia where you can buy almost everything, beginning with the driving license.

  • Sandra Ramsl
    Sandra Ramsl 10 months ago

    Funny but I respect your opinion :)

  • Yazid Zerkouk
    Yazid Zerkouk 1 month ago

    How is german language a disadvantage in a german speaking country wtf

  • Mark Brierley
    Mark Brierley 5 months ago

    I always found Vienna really cheap for transport.

  • Sonny A
    Sonny A 3 months ago

    Thank you for your video beautiful lady. How ever I would like to make a comment on your arguments, I hope that's OK! :)

  • misty
    misty 16 hours ago

    i love ur voice is so cute :D

  • Gerald Herrmann
    Gerald Herrmann 6 months ago

    yes, we´re expensive, but you can still easily find good restaurants in my country where you dine a lot cheaper than you said, let´s say half of it, great quality the same. if you´re able to google, you can find open pharmacies 24/7, there´s always a few on emergency. same goes for shopping. you´ll always find a shop if you really really need something. all 24/7 gasoline stations are supermarkets, too. for us, it is a luxury when shops are closed on sundays and holidays, because permanent shopping is an awful bondage in our western culture. as for the language: actually, almost everybody here in austria speaks english, but that said: why should they in the first place?

  • Zendra Gallhauser
    Zendra Gallhauser 3 months ago

    Some pharmacies are kind of „open“ at night!

  • Anna F
    Anna F 7 months ago

    Actually in Vienna public transport isn't that expensive compared to other European capitals. The annual ticket costs 365 € so for 1 € a day you can use all the trams, buses and metro lines.

  • River Kelly
    River Kelly 2 days ago

    you are really pretty :)

  • With Pikachu
    With Pikachu 1 month ago

    I remember i bought some day tickets online in Vienna and it was really cheap. I had like pdf ticket in my phone but nobody asked me. You can also by long distance tickets early so it will be much cheaper. I could travel 5 hours for just 30 euros. Most annoying thing of course that shops are closed on Sundays and very early. Local people can save tons of money but we tourists want to go shopping. Shopping is really relaxing, I can't live without it.

  • Yanks & Brits.
    Yanks & Brits. 1 month ago (edited)

    Love the way you talk!! 😀

  • Eashrat Mohammed
    Eashrat Mohammed 5 months ago

    there are pharmacies open the entire night. you get check online or ask your doctor where the nearest open pharmacy is. :)

  • flying Aviator815
    flying Aviator815 3 months ago (edited)

    I think its a cute opinion. Im Austria, living in another country so i understand the perspective of things bothers you.

  • boite obscure
    boite obscure 1 month ago

    it depends on the point of view. this is your point of view and I can fully understand it.

  • Mikhail Sholokhov
    Mikhail Sholokhov 1 week ago

    Почти всегда, когда вижу по-настоящему красивых девушек на английском "Ютубе", они оказываются нашинскими. Интересный факт.

  • Mulvey
    Mulvey 10 months ago

    Привет! 😎😂

  • Gregor Eder
    Gregor Eder 1 month ago

    Nice, I am from austria and I amdit I don`t understand your downsides. Yes it isn`t allways cheap but not everyone needs to speak english since it`s not our language. And not every shop needs to be 24/7 just cause you want it to be. And really, the weather ... even the romans know that it`s cold in austria ;-)

  • jason parkinson
    jason parkinson 3 weeks ago

    Your English sounds so beautiful.